A video trending by on social media has raised concerns after a body cream retail shop had its attendants mixing up some substances to sell to their customers.
There are so many ways to notice a fake body cream on the market especially that ones mainly mixed with dangerous substances just to make the skin glow but in the end, people start developing skin problems.
If a cream has no barcode or appears to be discolored, one can raise concerns about the product because it might be fake. Also, when the price is too good to be true, one can be suspicious about the product.
Well, in some cases, some of these creams are purposely made to bleach the skin but eventually causes skin irritation, burning sensations, and flaky skin.
A video making rounds on social media captures the moment some cream sellers believed to be Nigerians were mixing up some substances as body cream for customers. The video has since sparked mixed reactions on social media as many raise concerns about their venture and the implications it might cause to their customers.
In other news, controversial entertainment enthusiasts, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, popularly known as Bullgod has advised gospel musicians to put aside the Bible and demand for better treatment from churches when they call them for shows.
According to him, some pastors have purposes in their minds not to pay gospel musicians what they deserve after their performance because they feel their works are being done to glorify the Lord.
Speaking in an interview on United Showbiz, Bullgod stated that some pastors mention as low as GH¢2000 for gospel musicians to perform at their churches.