Caro White Lotion is specially formulated with betacarotene, Vitamin A and E to enhance your complexion, fade away dark areas of your skin and gives you an even and beautiful skin tone.
It intensely lightens and brightens your skin, clears acne scars, blemishes, freckles, dark spots, melasma and blackheads. It replenishes your skin and also stimulate skin regeneration.
But there is a stigma associated with caro white lightening cream because of how much it has damaged the skin of many users around the world. The hate some people have for this body cream, you dare not mention it in front of them.
It is one of those products that causes people to raise eyebrows if they find out you’re either using it or about to purchase it. But then, this cream doesn’t deserve the bad reputation it has for ruining the skin of countless number of people.
This product according to me is innocent of the claims and the real culprit for the damages done are the users themselves. Caro white cream unlike other skincare products didn’t lie about the fact that it contains hydroquinone in it.
Hydroquinone is a very potent chemical given as a prescription to be used for not more than 3 months to treat hyperpigmentation, blackheads, blemishes, freckles, melasma, pimples marks and acne scars. It is an active ingredient that is meant to inhibit excessive melanin production.
So in essence, any product that contains hydroquinone should be treated in the exact same way as a prescribed medication. It should not be used for long term else it becomes an abuse and then causes different side effects.
The reason why many people claim that caro white lightening cream ruined their skin tone is because they either abused it or didn’t know how to use it. Many people are ignorant of the fact that it contains hydroquinone, while others don’t just care about the ingredients and what it does.
It is important to make research before using any product. Try to find out about the ingredients and what they do. Check if you’re allergic to any of them before making purchase. This will save you the headache of having any side effects you will later start looking for solution to thereafter.
Any product that contains hydroquinone in it is enemies with sun and heat. So you should avoid sunlight while using this cream or only use it at night to prevent stories that touches the heart.
Caro white soap and the cream are very good if used in moderation and for a short time. It is like a treatment cream, you use it to solve your skin problems and then look for a mild cream that’ll maintain the results you have achieved with it.
Caro White Cream Ingredients:
Aqua (EAU), Hydroquinone 2%, Mineral Oil, Petrolatum, Stearic Acid, Glycerin, Sodium Metasulphite, Cetearyl Alcohol, Isopropyl Myristate, Methyl & Propyl Paraben, Carrot Oil, Vitamin E (0.2%) and Fragrance.
Caro White Lotion Side Effects:
1: It gives some people eczema
2: It gives some people sunburns
3: It gives some people green veins
4: It gives some people stretch marks
5: It gives some people dark knuckles
6: It gives some people whitish pale complexion
Caro White Cream Benefits:
1: It lightens the skin tone
2: It brightens the skin tone
3: It clears freckles from the skin
4: It clears blemishes from the skin
5: It clears dark spots from the skin
Is Caro White Lotion a Bleaching Cream?
Yes, it is a bleaching cream.
Does Caro White Lotion Contain Hydroquinone?
Yes, it contains hydroquinone 2%.
How Good Is Caro White Lotion:
Caro white is a very good cream that would clear your skin and make your complexion flawless.
How To Use Caro White 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 To Know Original Caro White Cream:
Original caro white products have a black and white logo while the fake has a white logo.
If you have bought a caro white product that is not working, check the image above and you would see that it doesn’t have the black and white logo I circled on the original picture.
Caro White Cream Price In Nigeria:
It cost N2000 in markets and cosmetics shops.