While there are products in the West designed especially for black people (for example, hair care products exclusively for African hair), Darlie toothpaste is just regular toothpaste like Colgate or Crest. It was originally called "Black Man toothpaste" because the inventor saw a film with black actors and was impressed by how white their teeth appeared in contrast to their dark skin. So besides the original name and picture on the tube, the actual concept behind Darlie toothpaste is also racially insensitive.
It's unlikely that Darlie toothpaste would sell very well in this country (USA). It is highly unlikely that CP would dare to market it here in the first place. The executives at CP are smart enough to know that it would be a marketing disaster.
Re: " black man " implies racial discrimination?(pls debate calmly, thank yo
Oh, my god! There are "黑人牙膏"（ black man toothpaste） in China, but it hasn't racial discrimination.
Because most Chinese people think the African people are very healthy and their skin is black( a healthy color) and teeth are very white and good .
And I think even most Chinese university students don't know the word "DARKLE" or " DARLIE" if he doesn't major English.