The Whitening brand is trying to get people back into whitening by selling a product that it says will “prevent blemishes” from forming.
The product is being marketed as a “natural” way to whiten skin by using ingredients that “promote a healthy, radiant glow and protect your skin from free radicals.”
But some people say the product is not safe and that it is not the product it purports to be.
The company is selling the Sulwhaflex whitening formula, which is available for $99.99 for a 12-month supply.
It says it will help whiten the skin and reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
It is available in stores and online.
The Sulwhaseys website says it is “the most affordable, natural whitening skin care product on the market.”
The brand said the formula is made of a blend of natural ingredients, including: “Sulfur, vitamin C, and hyaluronic acid.”
But in a news release sent out Wednesday, Sulwhases said its ingredients are only safe for people who are at least 18 and over.
It said the product contains a blend that is “natural, nontoxic, and hypoallergenic” and “contains no harsh chemicals or preservatives.”
The Sulwhasing website says the product “can be used daily to help reduce fine line and wrinkles and reduce skin whitening imperfections.”
But one dermatologist told the New York Times that while the product has been tested on people who have very dark skin, it is likely to be unsafe to use on people with darker skin.
The doctor, Dr. David D. Brown of the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York, said the skin on people under 18 with moderate to severe acne could be at risk of developing acne.
He said that people who use the product with dark skin could end up having the product cause more irritation, and may be more likely to experience an allergic reaction.
“It’s definitely not going to help your skin at all,” Dr. Brown told the Times.
He also said the SulWhases products are very strong and will leave skin looking like it has been treated with a razor blade.