Extract whitening herbal soap is a whitening herbal soap originally made by Splash corporation in Phillipines although, over time, splash H&B in Nigeria startedproducing theirs with a licence from splash research institute.
Extract whitening soap with papaya Calamansi is one of the most popular soaps currently in Nigeria.
I have seen a lot of people use extract whitening herbal soap and here is an honest review from people that have used it.
Whether we like it or not, extract whitening herbal soap is a whitening soap, it lightens the skin and this is due to the presence of papaya calamansi.
Calamansi or calamondin is a fruit from the Philippine lime tree. This calamansi fruit has great lightning properties just like the normal lime fruit we all know.
Aside from customers that have used extract whitening herbal soap, I have a sibling that also currently uses extract whitening herbal soap.
I have noticed over time that extract soap lightens her complexion, when she combined it with extract whitening lotion, she was practically turning white.
Extract soap always helps to keep the skin clear and blemish-free and this is due to the presence of niacinamide.
Extract soap also keeps the skin pimples free and this is due to the presence of salicylic acid a known topical ingredient used to treat acne.
Extract soap could increase skin sensitivity and sunburn when in direct contact with the sun and this is due to the presence of AHA.
While using this soap, it’s advised to use sunscreen and wear protective clothing that could prevent direct sun contact.
No, Extract whitening herbal soap is not a bleaching soap.
Extract soap does not contain ingredients that could bleach the skin.
Extract soap is not a mild soap.
Extract soap contains topical ingredients like salicylic acid which is not entirely mild to the skin. Also, extract whitening herbal soap contains Alpha hydroxyl Acid which could increase your skin’s sensitivity to the sun.
Yes, extract papaya whitening herbal soap is good for the face.
This is one of the soaps that could not cause any extra side effects when used properly on the face.
Extract soap doesn’t exactly work for stretch marks.
Extract soap is not a soap that could be prescribed for the removal of Ir’s decreased visibility of stretch marks.
A popular question would be Which extract soap is original?
Extract soap has two original types, the first is the extract soap made in the Philippines and the second is the extract soap made in Nigeria but with a license from the original owners of the extract brand in the Philippines.
A lot of people always see the extract soap made in Nigeria as fake and the extract soap made in the Philippines as Original, but this is not how it’s supposed to be.
The extract soap made in Nigeria has a license from the original owners and as such, it shouldn’t be seen as fake.
Below are pictures of the original extract soap made in the Philippines and the original extract soap made in Nigeria.
From the pictures of fake and original extract soap below, the one on the top is the extract soap that is made in the Philippines while the one with Arabic writing is the extract soap made in Nigeria.
Here are the side effects of extract whitening herbal soap
- Lightening of the skin
- Skin sensitivity due to the presence of AHA
- Possible sunburn
The first extract soap is made in Venezuela city, Philippines while the second one is made in Ogun State, Nigeria.
The extract soap made in the Philippines which is popularly called the foreign extract soap costs about 650 naira to 700 naira while the extract soap made in Nigeria costs about 500 Naira to 600 Naira.
I recommend you buy original extract soap from JUMIA
Yes, extract soap removes pimples.
Extract soap contains salicylic acid which is active in the removal of pimples, acne and zits.
No, extract soap doesn’t contain hydroquinone.
Hydroquinone is not an ingredient used in the production of hydroquinone.
Yes, extract soap contains vitamin E and other antioxidants.
This vitamin E and other antioxidants are found in the fruit extracts which are used in the production of extract soap.
Extract soap has two types and is made in two places, here are the ingredients of the two extract soap types
Sodium salt of distilled palm/palm kernel fatty acid, aqua, gluconolactone, Potassium lactate, salicylic acid, fragrance, sodium silicate, glycerine, niacinamide, PEG/PPG-22/23 Dimethicone, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, propylene glycol, Carica papaya(papaya) fruit extract, phenoxyethanol, citrofortunella macrocarpa (calamasi) fruit extract, BHT, Cl 77891, Cl 47000, Cl 15985
Sodium salt of distilled palm/palm kernel fatty acid, aqua, gluconolactone, Potassium lactate, salicylic acid, fragrance, sodium silicate, glycerine, niacinamide, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, propylene glycol, Carica papaya(papaya) fruit extract, phenoxyethanol, citrofortunella macrocarpa (calamasi) fruit extract, fragrance, BHT, Cl 77891, Cl 47000, Cl 15985
Extract soap comes in two sizes, the most popular is the smaller one which comes in a 125gram pack.
Extract soap can be bought from any supermarket or cosmetic shop.
I recommend buying extract soap from JUMIA
Use extract whitening herbal soap on your face and body regularly for a clean bath.