A Billion-Strong Colorist Nation & the Billion-Dollar “Fair Skin” Industry

Did Unilever shape the “light skin fetish” or simply exploit it?

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Unilever — one of the global consumer giants recently rebranded one of its flagship Indian products — a skin-lightening cream that has been a household name for decades.

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