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Dodo White Up

Nessy

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No they don't :(
i can't imagine walking with veins glaring at people,and dark knuckles too
....i kinda have achieved my desired tone,the thing is i can't take photos with my hands showing ....as for my legs ,that's a no go zone ,i always put on socks because of the discoloured knuckles
 

xoxoBabe

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i can't imagine walking with veins glaring at people,and dark knuckles too
....i kinda have achieved my desired tone,the thing is i can't take photos with my hands showing ....as for my legs ,that's a no go zone ,i always put on socks because of the discoloured knuckles
Occlusion always helps with dark knuckles and toes.
 
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Nessy

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Occlusion always helps with dark knuckles and toes.
thanks alot...
I'm quite impatient tho....is there anything that can work extra first to lighten my knuckles....darn!!!!! i can't even go out on a date without being sensitive about holding a glass...
"something pocket friendly tho".....
 

xoxoBabe

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Occlusion is the fastest way. You apply your cream to your knuckles and wrap it and you can also use gloves.
 
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did you guys know that dodo cream is made in Africa from what the man at guesso told me it is a very popular cream.........
 

Nessy

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i don't know much about it's popularity in Kenya ,but where i live almost everyone is using it...
meanwhile day 1 occluding and i can swear that it's really working ....can't wait to take pics with my fingers in them....
 

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i don't know much about it's popularity in Kenya ,but where i live almost everyone is using it...
meanwhile day 1 occluding and i can swear that it's really working ....can't wait to take pics with my fingers in them....
That good! You might notice slight darkening then peeling after some days.
 

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Skin occlusion occurs when something, usually a topical medication, is trapped on and, as a result , gets absorbed by your skin. If you have ever applied an antibacterial ointment to a cut, then covered that cut with a bandage, you have used skin occlusion to prevent infection and speedthe healing process. But becausethis absorption of chemicalsthrough your skin is a natural process, you need to treat it with caution; it is possible to absorb harmful chemicals through your skin as well as helpful remedies......."copied from Google"
 

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