Extract Cream Review: What Nobody Is Telling You

Extract Cream

Extract Whitening Lotion Papaya Calamansi with SPF10 is a skin maintenance cream that evens out your skin and makes it glow radiantly. It gives you a uniform and beautiful complexion.

It has a nice long-lasting fragrance and removes rashes, dirts, impurities and excess oil from your skin. Extract lotion clears acne, pimples and also lighten stubborn dark spots on the body quickly.

Extract is the bomb when it comes to getting rid of skin problems. It clears sunburns, blemishes, freckles, melasma, blackheads, discoloration, marks and dark circles under eyes effectively.

It is not a skin whitening cream as it is written on the container. If you have gotten your skin to the colour you want it to be, then you can easily maintain your complexion with extract lotion.

This cream will smoothen, soften and even out your skin to give you a uniform complexion that is luminous and flawless. It contains natural ingredients and it is suitable for all skin types.

This lotion and extract soap are good together. The combination will make your skin beautiful. It doesn’t lighten the skin tone. So it can be used by a fair, dark, chocolate or white skin person.

You can also try nivea cream, qei+ paris cream, 55h+ cream or dh7 body lotion as alternative.

Extract Lotion Ingredients:

Aqua, Glyceryl Stearate, Ceteareth-20, Ceteareth-12, Cetearyl Alcohol, Cetyl Palmitate, Dicaprylyl Ether, Niacinamide, PEG 100 Stearate, Caprylyl Glycol, Cocoglycerides, Sodium Metabisulfite, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Dimethicone, Pentaerythrityl Distearate, Salicylic Acid, Triethanolamine, Phenoxyethanol, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Titanium Dioxide, Glycerin, Sucrose Dilaurate, Polysorbate 20, Pea Extract, Xanthan Gum, Gluconolactone, Tetrasodium EDTA, Propylene Glycol, Calamansi Fruit Extract, Papaya Fruit Extract, CI 19140, CI 16035 and Fragrance.

Extract Lotion Side Effects:

It doesn’t have any side effects.

Is Extract Lotion Good For The Face?

Yes, it is very good on the face.

Is Extract Lotion Good For Oily Skin?

Yes, it is good for oily skin people.

Is Extract Lotion a Bleaching Cream?

No, it is not a bleaching cream.

Does Extract Lotion Contain Hydroquinone?

No, it doesn’t contain hydroquinone.

Does Extract Cream Lighten The Skin?

No, extract doesn’t lighten the skin.

Does Extract Cream Clear Pimples?

Yes, it clears pimples from the skin.

Does Extract Cream Cause Stretch Marks?

No, extract doesn’t cause stretch marks.

Types Of Extract Cream:

They are two types of extract whitening lotion;

1: Extract lotion made in Nigeria
2: Extract lotion made in Philippines

Where Is Extract Cream Made:

Extract lotion is originally made in Philippines and it is also produced in Nigeria by imitators.

How Good Is Extract Lotion:

Extract lotion is a very good cream that would clear your skin and make your complexion glow.

How To Use Extract 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 Identify Original Extract Cream:

Extract Cream

The fake extract has Arabic translation written on the container while the original one doesn’t.

Pictures Of Fake Extract Cream:

Extract Cream

Pictures Of Original Extract Cream:

Extract Cream

Extract Whitening Lotion Price In Nigeria:

It cost N1800 in markets and cosmetics shops.

Where To Buy Extract Whitening Lotion:

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

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42 thoughts on “Extract Cream Review: What Nobody Is Telling You”

  1. I just bought them today and saw that i bought the original soap and the fake cream written in Arabic I really hope it doesn’t change my skin to something else

  2. I have been using the one weitten in arabic and noticed its not good for my skin,it’s making my skin look dull like someone bleaching.

  3. I have been using the cream for long,is a good cream.The Nigeria own is also good even the soap.But the foreign type is hard to see in the market.

  4. I’ve been using the soap for a year now and it’s really nice,I don’t no if it’ll be too harsh if I add d lotion to it😩

  5. Thanks for this.Extract soap and cream does wonders it clears all the pigmentation and clears sports.I bought both the cream and the soap the one of Philippines I’m so happy.

  6. Thanks so much dear. I know the soap concerning original and fake,but my problem is about the cream, I want to know if the original cream can only be found in the container shown above.

  7. Okay, I think this I really helpful. I’ve got acne scars on my face and I want to start using the soap and the cream. I can now differentiate between the foreign and the Nigerian made.

    • Wow… I went to a cosmetic shop right after going through your review on extract,like truly it’s of 2 kinds and they are not stored right on same spot in this shop,the imitated one was placed on their public chart while the original was just in their boss lock… Oh wow.. I became a celebrity while telling her what I knew about the brand.
      Thanks so much 💝💝

  8. Have been using the soap for months now and it’s very good on me, I just got the cream and it smells nice. I just pray it works for me tho
    And I prefer the foreign one than the Nigeria own

  9. I’ve been using the soap for UpTo a month and it doesn’t bleach.’im chocolate in complexion by the way..
    But I also want to try it with the cream,I just hope the combination won’t b too harsh on me..but thanks,this was really helpful

  10. thanks for this info too…..i use the soap without the arabic language. i went to get the cream with the arabic sign, didnt know the cream doesnt have the arabic sign….it is also same price….gosh

  11. Thanks this was very helpful,am already arguing with a vendor and he is trying to convince me that the one with Arabic inscription is foreign but i didnt fall for it .

  12. Thank you very much. This is very helpful as I am about to start using it, was worried if it’s going to bleach me, and also how to know the original.


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