KAMPALA – Renowned local actress Faridah Ndausi has come out openly to reaffirm the fact that she is bleaching, something that the public has always contemplated about.
The actress is also not bothered by those who mock her for an alteration in her skin tone.
Bleaching is apparently a new normal in Uganda’s social circles and quite a major character amongst the notable females in the entertainment industry.
Faridah Ndausi is just another name that will often be mentioned when such a topic arises.
It is now not a secret anymore that she bleached her skin since she freely acknowledges the fact that she is involved in enhancing her skin tone.
According to Faridah, a public figure like herself needs to maintain good looks and stay young for her fans and followers.
She revealed this in an interview on a local TV station where she said that bleaching is not a thing for the poor and she can maintain it because she is rich.
“I bleach because I have the money. It’s only the broke people who are against bleaching. I spend 500K on the cream after every three days. At times I spend 800K on a single lotion in a week,” she said.
Ndausi is not the only celebrity that has openly admitted bleaching. Sensational social media queen Bad black in August last year also admitted to the same.
The former socialite through her snap chat account said that she had learnt through a painful experience she was enduring that tampering with her skin wasn’t worth it.
“Every painful experience gives you a lesson but not everybody learns. Only wise people learn and change for the better with that experience,” he shared.
Bad Black was one of the first Ugandan public figures who came out and admitted to bleaching back in the day but it seems karma has caught up with her.
For those who saw her before she defrauded huge chunks of money from her white pensioner can attest to her skin transformation. Everything changed when she flew to Dubai where she spent some good time working on her skin.