The advert demonstrates a grinning black woman pulling her shirt off to uncover a white woman underneath. A third picture at that point demonstrates an Asian woman.
Dover, possessed by Unilever, said in an announcement: “A picture we as of late posted on Facebook came up short in speaking to ladies of shading keenly. We profoundly lament the offense it caused.”
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The pictures circulated around the web after they were screenshotted and shared on Facebook by make-up craftsman Nay the Mua.
“To realize that colorism is an issue on the planet, that incorporates dying the skin, and they would put this advertisement out without a thought…the tone deafness in these organizations has neither rhyme nor reason.”
An image we recently posted on Facebook missed the mark in representing women of color thoughtfully. We deeply regret the offense it caused.
— Dove (@Dove) October 7, 2017
The post has been shared over the world right around 8,000 times and has gotten several comments.
Dooga Royall stated: “What is Dove notwithstanding endeavoring to pass on other than barefaced bigotry?”
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Deborah Gibbs included: “Regardless of how it was proposed… it passes on the WRONG message.”
The Standard has reached Dove for additionally remark.