Dodo Cream

is a controversial strong lightening and decolorizing embrocation that’s believed to either be containing mercury, steroid or hydroquinone because of how presto it bleaches the skin tone.

I’ve been hearing alot of bad effects about this cream. So out of curiosity and the fact that I like trying out different effects especially skincare products, I decided to buy it for myself and my family to ascertain the verity about the cream.
Since my family is also like me who fluently get wearied with using one skincare product for a long time, we decided to both try fogy lightening cream after we finish using our current embrocation.

She’s chocolate in complexion while I’m a fair person. We both started using the cream at the same time to be suitable to compare the results. So then’s my honest review of fogy white embrocation.
In two weeks of using fogy body cream, my skin came indefectible and beautiful. It lightened and cheered up my skin and made me glow. This embrocation faded all of my dark spots and mars.

But in my elder family’s case, it was the complete contrary. The cream gave her dark knuckles, her bases came dark and her skin was uneven. Her face came fair, while her legs were discolored.

She had to stop using it because of the side goods which kept on getting worser while I continued applying it until I started noticing green modes on my body. So I had to stop too.

So my honest review of fogy cream after using it for a month is that; it’s good for fair people who wants to get lighter, lustrously or whiter. This cream isn’t good for the dark or chocolate skin people. It’ll bleach you and damage your skin.

The only side effects it gives to fair skin people after using it for a long time is green veins and stretch marks. So I will advice you to use this cream to clear your skin and discontinue use after you have achieved your desired result.

This cream if used by a fair complexion person will make your skin look flawlessly beautiful. But the opposite happens when a dark or chocolate skin person uses it to bleach their complexion.

Dodo white up cream is not recommended for long-term use especially for those with sensitive skin who are more prone to having side effects. If it is too strong for your skin, you can dilute it with any essential oil or better still shea butter.


So in conclusion, I highly recommend this dodo white lotion for light skin people who wants to become fairer or wants to whiten their skin. It is already so very effective on it own and does not require any lightening oil or serum for it to work.

Dodo skin gold face cream and dodo soap are also good products from this same company.

Dodo White Up Ingredients:

Dermineralized Water, Jojoba Oil, Wheat Germ Oil, Mineral Oil, White UP, Hydroxy Acid Alpha, Isopropyl Myristate, Kojic Acid, Petrolatum, Tocopheryl Acetate, Ascorbic Acid, Sodium Sulfit, Triethanolamine, U.V Protection and Fragrance.


Dodo White Up Cream Side Effects:

1: It gives some people dark feet
2: It gives some people green veins
3: It gives some people dark knuckles
4: It gives some people stretch marks
5: It gives some people multicolor skin

Does Dodo Cream Contain Mercury:

No, it doesn’t contain mercury.

Does Dodo Lotion Contain Hydroquinone:

No, it doesn’t contain hydroquinone.

Is Dodo Lotion a Bleaching Cream?

Yes, it is a bleaching cream.

Is Dodo Cream Good For Fair Skin?

Yes, it is very good for fair skin people.

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Is Dodo Cream Good For Chocolate Skin?

No, it is bad for dark and chocolate skin people.

How Good Is Dodo Lotion:

It is a very good cream that would smoothen, lighten and brighten up your skin complexion.

How To Use Dodo Lotion:

Pump out some amount of the lotion on your palm and gently massage it all over your body until it is completely absorbed into your skin.

How Much Is Dodo Cream:

It cost N1100 in markets and cosmetics shops.

Where To Buy Dodo Lotion:

You can buy the original cream online from trusted vendors either on Jumia or on Konga.

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