Botcho Cream for a Bigger Buttocks: What Is It and Does it Work?

There has been a lot of hullabaloo over a new cream from West Africa that can increase the size of the buttocks. This cream is referred to as Bôtchô cream and many people think that Bôtchô is an actual ingredient in the cream, but it is not.

Bôtchô is actually just a popular term used in the Ivory Coast of West Africa to refer to a woman’s huge badonkadonk. The term, and the cream, became popular due to the popularity of the Bobaraba (big bottom) dance – the latest song by muscial duo DJ Mix and Eloh DJ – which is why Bôtchô cream is also referred to as Bobaraba cream.

The problem with Bôtchô cream is that it’s not always clear what exactly is in the cream. There are many variations of Bôtchô cream out there, but the original was created by a man named Dr. Zoh.

According to this news article, Dr. Zoh is not really a doctor – in fact, he’s never attended university. Still – he’s managed to concoct an all-natural booty cream using ingredient drawn from plants and honey.

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Dr. Zoh in his Botcho Shop

“I mix the concoction myself, using my grandparents’ countryside ingredients. Bobaraba and Bôtchô were devised to help our sisters who want full figures. They just apply the cream twice a day to the area they wish to enlarge and it starts working right away!”

It’s uncertain exactly what is in the cream, but it’s clear that his customers are satisfied.

But…until we know more about the actual ingredients of Bôtchô cream, we’re unwilling to give it a recommendation.

If you’re still wanting to get your hands on some and try it for yourself, please do the necessary research before even ordering the product.

Here are 2 places we’ve found (the most legitimate-looking out of everything) and some information about them:

Beauty by NatureM

botcho creamThis Bôtchô cream is sold by a woman named Myam Miam from the Ivory Coast. She doesn’t disclose the ingredients of her Bôtchô cream, but on her site you can find a video in which Dr. Zoh mentions Myam Miam…in French.

The product that she’s selling seems to be Dr. Zoh’s original Bôtchô cream, for about 2 to 3 times the original price. Again, it’s unclear what the ingredients are and it’s good to know for sure, especially when the price is so steep (it’s $60 – $70 per jar) so be sure to research and buy at your own risk.


botcho creamBotchoPlus is a little better (probably the best of the Botcho products) simply because we actually know what it’s made of. The seller says BotchoPlus is an enhanced formula of Dr. Zoh’s effective and widely-known original Botcho Cream.

Well, if that’s true – then Dr. Zoh’s Botcho Cream is nothing other than Pueraria Mirifica, which is not surprising since Pueraria Mirifica contains potent plant-based estrogen which rounds out the hips and increases fat storage on the butt.

Specifically, the ingredients listed on their site is Pueraria Mirifica and a proprietary blend of potent herbs and oils from Africa and South America. Update November 18, 2014 – they’ve also added Volufiline into their product.

This sounds good, except for one big problem – we have no idea where BotchoPlus is getting their Pueraria Mirifica from. As we mention here, it’s really important where the PM comes from and how it is farmed. We would honestly recommend skipping on this Botcho Plus and opting for a high quality, farmed cultivar Pueraria Mirifica product instead – it’s cheaper and you’ll have the peace of mind in knowing that your PM is safe and effective.

All in all, the “Botcho” creams currently available are not so trustworthy and we don’t recommend them.

Best bet? We say…why not make your own using what’s found in the above BotchoPlus? You can use the same ingredients found in BotchoPlus but make sure that they’re the highest quality – i.e. Combine Purafem’s 100% pueraria mirifica with a deep-penetrating Emu oil as well as the super effective VoluPlus-containing IsoSensuals Curve.

You get total control of the quality of all ingredients…plus, it’s cheaper :)

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Eugenia - August 7, 2014

I would love to try this product.

Kipo Salome - January 19, 2015

How do I get this product, I will like to try it thanks

latoya - February 2, 2015

I really want to order some your botcho butt an can’t seem to find where I can purchase it from

    Janet Kay - February 11, 2015

    Hi Latoya, as mentioned in the article – we’re a bit wary of this “botcho” cream and we certainly don’t sell it. We only provided info for sellers who do/did sell it. Our best suggestion for botcho cream is that since it seems to be mostly made of pueraria mirifica – the wisest thing to do would be to get the raw ingredients and take that rather than opting for a cream that doesn’t even list the ingredients.

mr Tee - March 9, 2015

Going through the ‘advice’ in this Info, one can deduce your primary intention, and that is to discredit the original inventor.. ‘Dr. Zoh is not really a doctor – in fact, he’s never attended university. Still – he’s managed to concoct an all-natural booty cream using ingredient drawn from plants and honey’ …because someone did not attend an institution does not mean they are dumb, for your information the word doctor is used loosely; literally meaning healer or someone with knowledge to heal, it may have been an attempt to mordernise the product so that it benefits wider people other than Africans. Africans have special knowledge of plants and their usage they have been using herbs for centuries before the Colonial masters came to steal their resources including herbs and plant; and so are the Chinese they have knowledge of herbs and roots to cure most ailments. Also not all medicine you buy from the chemist has all the ingredients listed, this is done to avoid fakes and to protect the product, only well equip bodies can determine their contents;Just because you are not able to decipher the ingredients of the product does not mean you should go all out to discredit it, from the popularity of his product so many version have sprung out with ludicrous claims, also because you put some fancy words and package does not mean people will not find out eventually the con, There are numerous testimonials of the efficacy of his product. please desist from this and give credit where and when is due.

i have no link to Dr. Zoh or his product.

    Janet Kay - March 9, 2015

    Hi Mr Tee, thanks for stopping by! Discrediting Dr Zoh was definitely not our intention – as you can see from what we write about, we’re very open to herbal and natural products. But we did want to mention the discrepancy to our reader as well as to draw attention to the fact that it’s extremely difficult to find what’s included inside these creams. Sure, it’s reasonable to want to keep your formula a secret, but that’s just not very trust-inspiring. Especially since these are products people are putting on their bodies! Nothing personal against Dr Zoh – just thought every reader should know that the products come with a firm caveat emptor.

Breda - May 10, 2015

Dr Zoh i like to know what colour of that botcho cream because i bought that cream one of the healer and he gave me something inside is coffey like it does not work at all, it like he mixed vaselina , salt and coffe. That why i like to know what colour of botcho cream?

Breda - May 10, 2015

Am still waiting for an answer, i asked what colour of botcho cream because i bought one of it but iwas not working, and the colour was brown like coffie, and i like they put vaseline, salt and coffie because it smells like coffie?

    Janet Kay - July 7, 2015

    Hi Breda, like we mentioned in the above article – there is really no way of knowing with most “botcho creams.” Botcho simply means big butt and most manufacturers have their own “proprietary” formula and don’t always disclose all the ingredients in the cream (which is why we don’t really recommend this).

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