Silka carrot and calamansi soap come in an orange packet, just like most of the silka soap variants.laceholder-116" data-inserter-version="2">
Inside Silka carrot soap is orange in colour too and is being housed in a transparent seal-proof bag.
Silka carrot soap has a nice fragrance and it is quite popular amongst the younger generation (not minors).
Silka soap contains carrot oil which is a natural lightening ingredient and calamansi extract popularly called Philippine lime which is a natural whitening ingredient.
The use of mostly herbal ingredients in the production of this soap is an indicator that it wouldn’t have side effects or even if it does, it would be very minimal.
I have seen people use this soap and I haven’t heard or seen them complain about it.
Here are the ingredients used in making silka carrot calamansi soap
- Sodium palmitate
- Sodium palm kernelate
- Salicylic acid
- Mineral oil
- Carrot oil
- Calamansi extract
- Alpha tocopheryl acetate
- Cl 47000
- Eliminates pimples from the skin due to the presence of salicylic acid
- Eliminates hyperpigmentation due to the presence of carrot oil and calamansi extract
- Removes dead skin cells and promotes younger and softer skin
- Promotes a clearer skin
Yes, silka soap is very effective
Yes, silka soap is very effective for whitening the skin.
But the effect of silka carrot soap is not as it is written on the packet of the soap.
It doesn’t whiten someone in 10 days, but on that 10th day, you would have noticed some changes on your skin.
It takes about a month for one to see that silka carrot soap has started whitening their skin immensely.
Use silka carrot soap regularly to have your bath. Allow the soap to stand on your body after foaming for about two minutes before you wash it off.
Silka whitening herbal exfoliating 200g soap with carrot calamansi costs 950 Nigerian Naira.