People Think The Founder Of A Popular Skin Care Brand Suggested That A Black Woman Should Lighten Her Skin — Here's The Full Story

A few months ago, Toronto-based skin-care line The Ordinary — and its umbrella company, DECIEM — became one of the most popular new beauty brands thanks to its simple ingredients and surprisingly affordable prices. Even Kim Kardashian West sang The Ordinary's praises in a recent post on her app.

However, things have recently taken a turn for the company after social media users accused its founder Brandon Truaxe of racism and claim he suggested that a black woman should lighten her skin in an Instagram comment.

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People think the founder of a popular skin-care brand suggested that a black woman should lighten her skin — here's the full story
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