HOW TO USE THIS NEW SOAP
I have reconfigured the way I formulate my Skin Lightening Soap Without Hydroquinone. This has enabled me to increase the potency and make them much stronger, and the new airless bottles keeps the soap from turning brown (oxidizing). This new soap is more of a thick paste that easily foams, gives great lather, and is now contained in airless bottles just like my skin whitening creams & serums. This new soap form functions as a skin whitening soap, skin whitening cream, and skin whitening masque. To use this soap, you rub it onto your skin like lotion, apply it all over you body (or just one area) then let it sit for at least 5 minutes. After that, get into the shower wet your skin then scrub in a circular motion with your exfoliating bath gloves then rinse. You can leave this skin whitening soap on longer (up to 30 mins) just like a body/face masque and then rinse it off. Skin bleaching creams only need 30-60 minutes to work after that it’s just extra, so if ever you’re in a situation where you can’t leave skin bleaching cream on your skin, let it sit on your skin at least 30 minutes before rinsing it off.
NON SKIN BLEACHERS
This skin whitening soap will whiten your skin a couple of shades and even out your skintone if you’re currently exfoliating your entire body (Tretinoin:face, Saliclear:body). If you’re not exfoliating, you won’t see ANY skin whitening results. And please don’t purchase this soap thinking it will whiten your skin from a FITZ VI to FITZ I. If you want significant skin whitening you’ll have to use skin bleaching cream to achieve that.
Hydroquinone: Hydroquinone is “Queen” when it comes to skin bleaching. Soaps with Kojic Acid and other fruit extracts will only help even skin tone. If you want significant skin whitening you need hydroquinone, and this soap has a potent 5% hydroquinone content.
Retin-A: Retin-A is a chemical exfoliant & penetration enhancer. Along with the citric acid & lactic acid, retin-a will help further exfoliate your skin allowing the hydroquinone & vitamin-C to penetrate your skin better.
Raw Honey: Raw honey is great for beautifying & softening skin, but it also whitens skin. Due to the content of natural hydrogen-peroxide found in honey, it actual helps lighten & even skin tone.
Goat Milk: Goat milk softens, beautifies, and nourishes your skin. The lactic acid in goat milk helps further exfoliate your skin allowing the hydroquinone & vitamin-C to penetrate your skin better.
DMSO: Deep penetrating! I’ve added DMSO to this vitamin-C 40% soap so that the active ingredients can penetrate deep and also to help preserve the vitamin-C. DMSO is a excellent natural penetration enhancer, anti-inflammatory, and tissue healing agent. Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) is an organic sulfur extracted from the wood in pine trees. DMSO has many uses as a prescription medicine and dietary supplement. DMSO can be taken by mouth, applied to the skin, or injected into the veins (or by IV). DMSO is commonly used in sports medicine to decrease pain, speed the healing of wounds, burns, muscle and skeletal injuries. DMSO is also used topically to treat painful conditions such as headache, inflammation, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and severe facial pain called tic douloureux. It is used topically for eye conditions including cataracts, glaucoma, and problems with the retina; for foot conditions including bunions, calluses, and fungus on toenails; and for skin conditions including keloid scars and scleroderma. DMSO is sometimes used topically to treat skin and tissue damage caused by chemotherapy when it leaks from the IV that is used to deliver it. DMSO is used either alone or in combination with a drug called idoxuridine to treat pain associated with shingles (herpes zoster infection). Intravenously, DMSO is used to lower abnormally high blood pressure in the brain. It is also given intravenously to treat bladder infections (interstitial cystitis) and chronic inflammatory bladder disease. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved certain DMSO products for placement inside the bladder to treat symptoms of chronic inflammatory bladder disease. DMSO is sometimes placed inside bile ducts with other medications to treat bile duct stones.