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Friday, 13 November 2015

Bleach Blend Soap from Fair and Glow



Bleach blend soap from Fair and Glow

Product Description:
An effective intense natural bleaching made with kojic, arbutin, mulberry and aloe vera. It helps lighten the skin, pigmentation, scars and other skin blemishes.


Directions for use:
Use as a regular face and body soap twice a day. Lather into wet skin and then rinse. For best results use with Fair and Glow body brightening lotion.

 Packaging
Overall, the packaging is just about right. Complete details about the product are there but the ingredients are not included. It would be better if it has the ingredients for some people might be allergic to some ingredients that are inside the soap. So yeah. 👍

Scent 
For me, it smells like chocolate and vanilla combined? I'm not really sure but it smells like just what I have described it. The scent isn't overpowering. It's just light. Yum!

Texture
The soap produces more than enough bubbles. (It usually kicks the kid inside of me out and makes me play with the bubbles. Hahaha!) The soap melts quite easily. A cut of this soap is just enough for two baths. 

Effects/Experience
After first use, my skin didn't went dry. My skin is glowing right after. This soap is smooth to the skin and it's mild also. Never had any irritations while using this. After several uses, I experienced a tightening effect from the soap. It feels like my pores were closed. I didn't notice any micropeeling effect from the soap but the whitening effect is always present. My skin copes up easily with this soap. With continuous use of this soap, it will really whiten your skin (still based on the "hiyang" factor to your skin). My skin feels super soft after use. Feeling baby skin (Haha). I was really surprised because it's mild to my skin. I thought that it would make my skin dry because of its namesake (Bleaching Soap).

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With Love, Danica

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