This is my first time to try any Kojic soap. I have heard of the soap. I have heard that it is quite popular and that many of these soaps come from Asian countries.What I have learned is that Kojic soap is something to help whiten skin. It has been used by many men and women in Japan for many years now to help their skin get rid of sun spots and even out their skin tone.
Recently in the market, Belo Beauty has rolled out her version of the Kojic trend and added Tranexamic Acid. So Belo Beauty's Kojic Acid soap has the best of both worlds. [from wiki-http://en.wikipedia.org/
I just want to take this moment to talk about the packaging. It is really thoughtful isn't it? Kojic soaps are known to melt easily so with Belo Beauty's Kojic soaps, you get extra protection by having a plastic wrapper to keep the soap from seeping in to the carton box. Best of all, it has this plastic flap for us to easily open the plastic wrapper with our hands wet or dry!
For us non-pregnant women though, we have dark spots left behind by old pimple scars. We have uneven skin from not being in the sun too long or too little, i.e. the skins around our neck and chest area and arms. Some parts of our necks will be darker than our chest. Worse, we can develop dark spots, can be sun spots or even freckles. Come in these Kojic soaps to the rescue!
Using Belo Beauty's Kojic+Tranexamic Acid for one week, see the picture below for the dark old pimple scars.
Some of the scars are still there you can still see some dark spots but a great deal of the darkness has been dealt with and do not even require concealer anymore.
- no need to buy online
- packaging is professional
- less expensive than the Kojic soaps purchased online or at merchandise stores that sell Japanese products
- smells really really nice but not too perfumey
- guys can use this for their old chicken pox scars and would see a lightening effect
- can be itchy unless skin is well moisturized
- have to put it near a window and have to stand it on its side so it would not melt too much but most soaps are like that anyway
[my apologies for the bad lighting on the before and after pictures, I assure you it is the same spot on the face]