East Ham men to be sentenced today for selling illegal skin-whitening products

PUBLISHED: 08:23 21 August 2018 | UPDATED: 08:23 21 August 2018

Skin whitening products can cause irreparable damage to skin  (Pics: LTS)

Skin whitening products can cause irreparable damage to skin (Pics: LTS)


Two men from East Ham are to be sentenced today over the sale of illegal skin-whitening products.

Skin whitening products can cause irreparable damage to skin  (Pics: LTS)Skin whitening products can cause irreparable damage to skin (Pics: LTS)

Mohammed Iqbal Bharodawala and Abdul Kadar Bharodawala are being sentenced at Inner London Crown Court after pleading guilty at a previous hearing.

Mohammed Iqbal Bharodawala is facing five counts of failure to comply with European provision of cosmetic product, and Abdul Kadar Bharodawala is charged with breaching a cosmetic product enforcement regulation.

The pair were prosecuted by Southwark Council in south London.

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