If you use kojic acid products, odds are that you probably use the soap. What makes it so convenient is that you can simply lather up in the shower with it. Lately, one of the newest versions is papaya kojic acid soap. As the name implies, it’s made with papaya. Is this soap any good or should you pass on it?
There are dozens and dozens of popular fruits, so why are papaya kojic acid soaps all the rage? Well, there’s actually three reasons. First of all, some citrus and fruit extracts are said to help support the skin lightening process. It has been said that the concentrated papaya extract helps to do this. Secondly, papaya includes nourishing ingredients that many say can help your skin look and feel better. Last but not least, kojic acid papaya soap has a very pleasant scent to it. This is extremely important, because you want a soap that will make you smell nice too.
Who Makes Papaya Kojic Acid Soap?
Right now there are appears to be a few companies that are making this product. I did a search and came across a few brands over and over. Apparently, Diana Stalder papaya kojic soap is pretty popolar. I also saw quite a few generics that are probably manufactured by smaller skin care companies. Whoever you buy it from, fortunately this product is very inexpensive from what I have seen.
Papaya Kojic Acid Soap Reviews
Although I personally have not yet used this product yet (I just found out about it too) I decided to look around to see what others are saying about it. I checked forums and blogs for reviews… the average consensus was that this is a great product! Of course because these ingredients are so powerful when combined, a few people complained about irritation on their face when using it. Therefore if you have extreme sensitivity, it may be best to not use kojic acid soap, or to simply use it sparingly. Fortunately all kojic acid skin lightener products use the same ingredient, so you don’t have to confine yourself to only the soap if you don’t want to.