Pure White Gold Serum is an active whitening oil. It is a bleaching serum that is very strong and you will notice this when you use it because it gives a burning sensation when applied raw.
It whitens your skin very rapidly, so it is best to use it for the hard and stubborn areas of your body like the knuckles, elbows, knees, feet, underarms and in between thighs. And you should always mix it with a normal base cream.
I was preparing to go to school some time ago and I pleaded with my sister to give me the serum she just bought, so that I can take it to school and then she can go and get another.
Someone had just introduced this pure white gold serum to my sister then. She didn’t hesitate but gave it to me and I immediately started to use the serum when I got to my school hostel.
At first, I felt like I was glowing and I was loving the serum until I realized that it was whitening my skin too fast and the whitening was not evenly done because I had discoloration all over.
It started giving my body different shades. Like my face was the lightest because you know our face is a very sensitive area. And then my neck was darker and my arms are of different shades.
Everything was a mess. I had to stop using it and when I did, I instantly went back to factory reset. I called my sister and asked her how the serum is treating her but she told me she has not gotten a new one for herself since I left.
If you don’t want to damage your skin with reckless abandon, I advise you not to use this serum directly on your skin without promixing it with a normal cream and not a bleaching lotion.
I have a coursemate in school who swears by this oil, that she has been using it for years now without side effects along with the pure white gold soap. She mixes the serum with a natural cream and sincerely her skin is very beautiful.
Even if you want to bleach, do it with sense. Stop mixing several things together because you want to become Egyptian white overnight. The repercussion in the long run is better imagined.
Using several bleaching products together is very bad. Be it tube creams, lightening lotions, face creams, lightening oils, soaps and shower gels. If you are using a whitening cream, make sure to use a mild soap with it and vice versa.
Stop mixing bleaching serums with whitening creams and stop using bleaching soaps together with lightening lotions at the same time. Always remember to give your skin break from time to time to rest, for your own good.
Anyway, I highly recommend pure white gold serum to people looking for overnight skin bleaching. This oil is your sure bet, as it delivers very fast whitening result beyond imagination.
Pure white gold lotion, pure white gold face cream and pure white gold soap are products from this same company that works very well.
Pure White Gold Serum Ingredients;
Carrot Oil, Argan Oil, Macadamia Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Hazelnut Oil, Camellia Oil, Stearic Acid, Glycerin, Kojic Acid, Allantoin, Silicone Oil, BHT, Lorol C16, AHA, Petroleum Jelly, Fragrance.
Pure White Gold Serum Side Effects;
1: It causes dry and red palms
2: It gives some people pimples
3: It gives some people green veins
4: It gives some people stretch marks
5: It gives some people uneven skin tone
6: It gives some people burning sensation
7: It makes some people skin itch during bath
Pure White Gold Serum Uses;
1: It whitens skin
2: It clears dark feet
3: It clears dark knees
4: It clears dark elbows
5: It clears dark knuckles
6: It clears dark underarm
7: It clears dark areas in between thighs
How Good Is Pure White Gold Oil:
It is one of the best whitening serum out there, no matter how stubborn and hard your skin is.
How To Use Pure White Gold Oil:
Apply the serum directly on your dark knuckles, elbows, knees, ankles and feet. If you want to use it on your whole body, make sure to mix with your cream. If you want to use it on your face, mix it with your face cream before applying it.
Pure White Gold Oil Price In Nigeria:
It cost N1000 in markets and cosmetics shops.
Where To Buy Pure White Gold Serum 4:
You can buy the original cream online from trusted vendors either on Jumia or on Konga.
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