Diva maxima fade milk is hydroquinone-free fade milk which helps to lighten the skin.
A close friend used this diva maxima fade milk and it was a disaster. So I am going to be giving my friend’s diva fade milk review.
She was a bit chocolate in complexion, I would say caramel skin tone when she started using diva fade milk cream, she wanted to lighten her skin a little bit. When she started, it was good on her skin but she was getting darker knuckles and also browner fingernails she still decided to keep using diva fade milk cream and she said she was going to use a knuckle cleanser to clear her knuckles.
All of a sudden we started noticing the appearance of stretch marks on her skin. It started like it was pimples and it was very itchy, when she started it, it would turn to stretch marks and it kept getting bigger until it was like the size of cane marks on her skin especially her hands, shoulders and above her armpit.
Also, a dark patch that hasn’t even finished clearing now appeared on her face and she always has to cover it with a thick layer of foundation and concealer.
Also, another customer I recommended diva fade milk to showed me her hands and the stretch marks I saw were like the ones on my friend’s hand and shoulders and she told me that diva fade milk did that to her skin.
Diva fade milk cream has a very concentrated formula and it is not advisable for sensitive skin types.
It is for skin types that are tough for other creams to penetrate and you shouldn’t dare mix diva cream with any other lightening creams.
If your skin gets damaged by diva fade cream, I advise that you use BIO OIL SPECIALIST SKIN CARE OIL or SHEA BUTTER to heal your damaged skin.
No, I wouldn’t advise anyone to use diva cream on their face.
Diva cream has a very concentrated formula.
I have a customer that uses diva cream on her face and body, her face is lighter than her body and she has dark patches on her face one side of her face is always very red, but she still uses diva fade cream on her face.
- Diva cream causes really big stretch marks on the skin
- Causes dark patches on the face
- Darker knuckles, feet, elbows and knees
- Damages the skin
- Redness and skin sensitivity
No, diva cream doesn’t contain hydroquinone.
Apply diva cream once a day on your skin.
- Mineral oil
- Stearic acid
- Tocopherol acetate
- Sodium lauryl sulfate
- Sodium metabisulfite
- Sodium sulfite
- Citric acid
- Propylene glycol
- AHA(Alpha hydroxy acid)
- Lecithin cholesterol
- Ascorbic acid
Diva 350ml fade milk costs 1,400
I recommend that you purchase Diva fade milk from JUMIA