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Olay Natural White Bar Review

I remember the first
time I decided to whiten my skin. Before you say anything else, this is a
disclaimer. Some people prefer their skin to be fair, some want to be tan, some
want to stay as they are. Different strokes for different folks. Well I was one
of the former. I wanted to achieve fairness for my skin. Yes there are lots of
whitening products in the market but being a teenager, I was hesitant and the
best product to start with is sticking to the basics. SOAP.
Olay
Natural White with Vitamin C
I’ve tried many
whitening soaps already and I did mention that some are so harsh it stings! It
burns! 🙁 What’s the use of having fair skin if my skin is flaky and red from
irritation right? So for anyone starting out with skin whitening, try a whitening
soap that has a gentler formula but still effective.
Well, I’m glad that Olay
finally released their own line of bar soaps for skin lightening. Did I mention
my lola is a true blue olay fan? (See previous post on my Olay Cc Cream Review)

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to view ingredients list
Hmm, okay so it promises
to exfoliate, brighten and even skin tone? I really think it’s great if you’re starting
out on your skin lightening journey. Olay has 2 natural white bars available
both with different ingredients.
1. Olay Natural White
Bar with Vitamin C – Vitamin C is an effective skin lightener
2. Olay Natural White
Bar with Papaya – Papain is an effective exfoliator
With
my bloggy friend 🙂  Kath Neko of KathRivera.com
OLAY NATURAL WHITE BAR
REVIEW


Olay
Natural White with Papaya
Okay. *Finally
Kat! Enough chit-chat, I want to hear what you think about this product!*
Fragrance: The Vitamin C bar has a fresh floral fragrance
that’s very light. The papaya bar smells like melons. (Why do they make papaya
soaps smell like melon?!) It smells yum nonetheless.
Texture: It makes a lot of foam and creamy lather and
emulsifies quickly. 
Moisturization: I really love the fact that it doesn’t hurt or
sting my skin at all. This is the perfect break-time whitening soap for me when
I want my skin to rest from the harsh soaps I’ve tried in the past.
Exfoliation: No noticeable ugly peeling but skin really
feels clean after
Skin Brightening and Evening Out: Regular bar soaps make
skin dull and dry. In fairness to Olay, it does a fair job in improving skin’s
texture making it look brighter if you use this at least a week or so for it to
show its effects.
I’ve had it with using
harsh soaps on my skin with ingredients such as kojic! So this soap is really a
breath of fresh air for me and my skin. It’s lather is very creamy and my skin
feels really soft after bathing. It’s rare for such soap to give effects as
most of them are really drying.
Who do I recommend this to?
To filipina women who
are starting out in their whitening journey. It’s better if you start with
something gentle like this first.
Will I buy this again?
A definite yes. I’ll
even keep bars of this stuff in my soap stock supply so I have something to go
to in case my skin gets irritated from trying out harsh soaps. Olay Natural
White Bars lighten skin gently. Love love!
Being
silly! Hehe
TIPS and TRICKS! ^_^
HOW TO USE OLAY NATURAL
WHITE BARS:
1.        Use Olay Natural White
soap in the shower twice a day – in the morning and in the evening before you
sleep.
2.        While in shower, lather
liberally especially in areas that require extra attention (areas that are
rougher, a bit darker in skin tone, or are subjected to friction from clothes
or other fabric).  Use a puff for a more indulgent feel. This will also
enhance the effect of the exfoliation.
3.        Treat your skin with
care.  Pat your skin dry with a clean towel after shower.  Make sure
you don’t scrub your skin to avoid friction which causes skin irritation.
That’s it pancit! Thanks for reading and looking forward for your
visit soon! Follow me on ig:kikaysikat to track my adventures!

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