Does Botcho Cream Really Work?

The Origins of Botcho Cream

The name for this butt building cream came out of West Africa.

It does not refer to an ingredient in the cream or to a formula.

It’s literally their way to say “booty”.

Botcho cream was whipped up by man named Dr. Zoh. But to be clear, he is not a real MD, or scientist nor is he a chemist. Maybe he is some kind of voodoo doctor!

Don’t laugh at that suggestion…

Voodoo is in fact practiced by West African people in various areas.

Anyway… I don’t know if this is some voodoo guy, but I do know there was no real science used to formulate it.

The story goes that Doc Zoh whipped up this mixture when he learned that his sisters wanted fully, curvier figures. I guess he has some herbal knowledge and he felt he could put it to use to help them.

He used ingredients from the countryside of his grandparents to prepare a concoction. It was recommended to apply twice daily for best results. Reportedly, it works almost right away.

Do we recommend you buy his cream and try it?

Nope!

No one really knows what is in his original formula.

There has been some reverse chemistry done by some companies to sell their own version of Botcho cream. But we don't really know how they compare to the original.

Best Butt Enhancement Creams to Condiser

Other butt enhancement creams exist with all natural, safe ingredients and some added butt boosters.

Ingredients like Pueraria Mirifica, Volufiline™ and VoluPlus are what you will find in some of the best of them.

Next thing I hope you are asking is: What are those ingredients and are they effective and safe?

Let’s drill down further and answer those questions.

Pueraria Mirifica

This is a commonly used ingredient in anti-aging products, beauty soaps, and even tablets designed to increase appetite, enlarge breasts, stimulate hair growth and other rejuvenating purposes.

​It is suggested to avoid using anything with this ingredient if you hypersensitive to the phytoestrogen (plant derived estrogen) effects.

Pueraria should not be used, or only with extreme caution if you have the following concerns:

  • an estrogen-dependent neoplasia
  • asthma
  • diabetes
  • epilepsy
  • lupus
  • pulmonary embolism
  • liver dysfunction or disease
  • anemia
Volufiline™

Volufiline™ is actually the trademarked name of ingredient that’s made from a combination of plant extracts.

Namely:

  • Hydrogenated Polyisobutene
  • Anemarrhena Asphodeloides Root Extract.

The company behind this is Sederma. They are a cosmetic company and a part of the Croda International Group. Croda is a world leader in making natural based specialty chemicals.

One of the extracts is sarsasapogenin, which comes from the roots of Anemarrhena Asphodeloides Root (Chinese herb: Zhi Mu).

What is interesting is that sarsasapogenin is a crude steroid. It’s been used as a starter for the synthesis of other steroids.

Volufiline™ does not stimulate your hormones like Pueraria does.

Instead, it has a progressive cosmetic lipofilling type action. All that means is that it is attracting body fat to collect in the areas the cream is applied. It is also used in breast enlargement creams.

There have been clinical studies done for Volufiline™ to prove its efficacy. Results in one study showed greatest increase of 6.4% after 28 days of use and an 8.4% increase after 56 days.

With continued use beyond the 56 days, more pronounced increases are expected after a long application period.

It would be nice if they would have done a study that gave us some real numbers after a 6 month period.

VoluPlus​™

VoluPlus acts in much the same way as Volufiline.

But the active ingredient of sarsasapogenin is different. In this case, macelignan is used. It's an extract from nutmeg that helps attract an increase of fat to the area the cream is rubbed into.​

Bottom Line for Botcho Cream

I would suggest you DO NOT use any cream calling itself a Botcho Cream or Bobaraba Cream.

They might not be anything more than a jazzed up body lotion.

I don’t want you to waste your money on soemthing that is totally ineffective – or even worse – has bad chemicals in it.

What I do suggest is sticking with a product containing the Volufiline™ or VoluPlus ingredients. These are made by a highly reputable cosmetic companies and have clinical proof to show that they have worked as intended.

One product is Isoensual Curve.

You can read more about it in our product review and also see over 4700 testimonials on Amazon from actual users of the product.

Another good cream is Gluteboost with contains both​ Voluplus and Volufiline.

But just remeber this…

Expecting to double your booty size with just a cream is NOT realistic.

The right cream will help.

But on it's own, it just isn't going to be enough for most.​

To see the greatest change, the biggest gains and to have the best looking butt will also require the right exercises, diet and even supplements.