Queen Elizabeth Cream Review

Queen Elizabeth Cocoa Butter Cream

Queen Elizabeth Cocoa Butter hand and body cream is one of the most underrated creams that works wonders on the skin. It is made in Cote d’Ivoire by Sipaco-ci for absolute care.

I decided to give it a try after a friend of mine couldn’t stop praising it. She is chocolate in complexion, so I was a bit skeptical about trying it out because I thought it would darken my skin.

I’m happy to try out this lotion as it has helped me to clear up my stretch marks, brighten my skin complexion, soften and smoothen my hands and body, restores moisture to my skin.

This cream takes care of wrinkles, dry skin, crack feet and helps to relieve stretched skin during and after pregnancy. It has a non-greasy formula and moisturises your skin all day long.

The misconception that this cream is only meant for dark skin people because it will darken a light skinned person is false. I am fair in complexion and it didn’t change my skin tone.

It also cleared the discoloration on my legs, elbows and ankles. I didn’t really expect much apart from deeply moisturizing my entire body but this small but mighty cream surprised me.

It has taught me not to underrate a simple looking product. Queen Elizabeth cocoa butter lotion made my skin uniform from head to toe. It has a lovely smell as well. It made my skin healthy looking, youthful and more elastic.

I highly recommend Queen Elizabeth cocoa butter cream to anyone suffering from dry or chapped skin. It is also great for those whose skin have been damaged by sun or bleaching.

You can also try vaseline intensive lotion, 55h+ body lotion or pears baby lotion as alternative.

Queen Elizabeth Cocoa Butter Ingredients:

Aqua, Propylparaben, Glycerine, Mineral oil, Artacel, Cocoa butter, Lanolin, Paraffin and Fragrance.

Queen Elizabeth Cocoa Butter Side Effects:

It doesn’t have any side effects.

Is Queen Elizabeth Cocoa Butter a Bleaching Cream?

No, it is not a bleaching cream.

Does Queen Elizabeth Cocoa Butter Contain Hydroquinone?

No, it doesn’t contain hydroquinone.

How Good Is Queen Elizabeth Cocoa Butter Cream:

It is a good cream that will moisturize, brighten and even out your complexion to be uniform.

How To Use Queen Elizabeth Cocoa Butter:

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

Queen Elizabeth Cocoa Butter Price In Nigeria:

It costs N2200 in markets and cosmetics shops.

Where To Buy Queen Elizabeth Cream:

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

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