Skin as pink and white as a newborn (white) baby’s bottom

I saw this on youtube, and thought immediately: I want that!! Not because I want to be white, but because I want my skin to look brighter. I think there is a difference, but a lot of the people who comment on the commercials for Pond’s Flawless White and White Beauty were appalled and thought it was racist. Perhaps it’s the name of the product. Maybe it should be Flawless Bright or Bright Beauty. Unless some of the women in Asia use this product because they want white skin and not just bright skin. Perhaps they feel self-conscious if their skin is dark.

Is this wrong? There’s probably some people out there who wish the women these commercials are aimed at would accept themselves for who they are. Unless they just want to get rid of a few spots.

I know the lady looks pretty white at the end of this commercial. Almost like she’s wearing face paint.

But other commercials just show some dark spots fading away.

What do you think? Is race seen differently in Asia than in the United States? What do you think the races are of the people who commented on these videos?


Dolly Eyes

Dolly Eyes

Warning!! In America, it is illegal to get any kind of contact lenses without a prescription!

We have all heard of colored contact lenses, and most of us wonder what we would look like with a different eye color.

Have you ever wanted bigger looking eyes? Or…pupils?

Atropa Belladonna was used by Italian ladies to dilate their pupils. This was thought of as beautiful, hence the name Belladonna or “beautiful lady.”

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Asian women wishing to look more doll-like can get contact lenses that make their eyes look bigger.

These “Circle” contact lenses, “Geo Eye, or “Dolly Eye” lenses can be found on the Korean website, among others, but this one seems to enforce the prescription rule. You must have a prescription from your optometrist to purchase these lenses. Other sites are,, and,