Divine Derriere Skin Bleaching Cream for Skin Brightener

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At first glance, this product may seem like an attractive purchase. It contains an ingredient known for its ability to prevent skin discoloration.

Divine Derriere Skin Bleaching Cream Review

This review examines the product; Divine Derriere Skin Bleaching Cream. This product is formulated to prevent the damaging effects of external aggressors on the skin, promote even tone and texture, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. The manufacturer claims that it is quick-absorbing and provides powerful results. In this review, we have considered factors which contribute to the effectiveness of this product to find out if it can deliver on these claims.


The main active ingredient in this product is Hydroquinone 2.0%. The ingredient is used to lighten dark patches of the skin caused by damages to the cells. It works by blocking processes in the skin that lead to discoloration. The fact that this product only contains one ingredient raises many concerns. Firstly, this ingredient alone cannot be used as a total care solution for lighter skin. There are many alternative products on the market that contain other supportive ingredients for added benefits. Secondly, the formula lacks patented ingredients. This renders the formula less effective than competing products that do contain patents as they are an indication that the ingredients are of a superior quality. The fact that the manufacturer does not claim to be cGMP certified brings the product effectiveness into further question as these certificates are put in place to ensure that production is of a high quality.


The manufacturer recommends that users apply the product once or twice daily to cleansed and toned skin. A thin layer should be spread over areas of discoloration and breakouts. The recommended following application with sunscreen during the day and moisturizer during the night. These come at an additional cost. Users should stay out of the sun as much as possible when using a Hydroquinone product as the skin can be radically damaged because of their peeling effect of this ingredient. This is a concern as there are many safer alternatives on the market. Potential customers may wish to choose a formula that contains quality ingredients that do not pose this potential risk.


This product retails online from the manufacturer’s store. A 3.4 oz. tub will cost you $55. This is reduced from $82.99, which is a significant saving. That said, the discounted price is still fairly expensive when compared to competitor products. This, coupled with the fact that the formula lacks patented ingredients, makes this product and overpriced formula on the market. Customers may find effective formulas at more affordable discounts and bulk-buy deals on competitor sites.


The manufacturer states that they offer a 30-day money-back guarantee for partially used products. This suggests a level of confidence in the product’s ability to deliver on manufacturer claims. That said, optimal results may not be seen within 30 days and, therefore, the guarantee is likely too short. Customers may wish to search for a product that is supported by a lengthy guarantee to ensure that their purchases are worth it. We were disappointed to note many negative customer reviews for this product. Some have reported that it had no effect whatsoever while others reported severe side effects. The varied reviews suggest that this product is not a consistently effective choice.

Divine Derriere Skin Bleaching Cream Review – Conclusion

At first glance, this product may seem like an attractive purchase. It contains an ingredient known for its ability to prevent skin discoloration. Customer purchases are supported by a guarantee and that bodes well for efficacy. However, customers have stated that this product either did not work or produced severe negative side effects. This is very concerning. Furthermore, the product lacks many ingredients found in competitor products and it is relatively expensive when compared. For these reasons and more, we do not recommend Divine Derriere Skin Bleaching Cream.

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Albert holds a PhD in Chemistry from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. He is currently working in a Biochemistry laboratory at Columbia University in NYC. In addition to contributing to many online publications, Albert spends his time away from the laboratory with his partner of many years, and their dog, Helium.

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