Skin Whitening Creams Among Items Found In Jackson Home

March 28, 2010

(ChattahBox) – New police reports had been released from the investigation into Michael Jackson’s death, including items that were found that seem to explain a few of the small mysteries that often led to rumors about the late performer.

Michael Jackson had a skin condition known as vitiligo, a rare disease that leads to a de-pigmentation to certain areas of the skin, sapping out the color and tone and leaving it with a slightly yellowish pallor.

Police apparently found 19 tubes of hydroquinone and 18 tubes of Benoquin, both skin-whitening creams that he appeared to have been using for years to even the tone of his skin as more patches lightened.

It seems to put the long standing rumor of his motives and reasons for the whitening of his skin to rest, confirming claims that the singer had the disease.



4 Responses to “Skin Whitening Creams Among Items Found In Jackson Home”

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  2. Sharon on April 3rd, 2010 2:06 pm

    I wonder what else Michael was hiding. I’m definitely going to see “Gone Too Soon”, the new MJ documentary.

  3. obagi on April 19th, 2010 12:24 am

    I hope none of those chemicals didn’t have any side effect on Michael. I can imagine he was using quite a large amount of those skin whitening ingredients because of his insecurity.

  4. Perry on May 25th, 2010 5:55 am

    Some types of ingredients like hydroquinone, mercury, steroids or harmful bleaching agents in skin-whitening product are harmful for skin. But, herbal skin-whitening products with natural ingredients are safety for all skin type.

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