This is a very strong skin whitening skin peeling soap. This soap is best suited for current skin bleachers and those who aren’t sensitive to chemical peels. This soap is best for current skin bleachers who want to boost their skin whitening results by 1000%.
NON SKIN BLEACHERS
This skin whitening soap will whiten your skin a couple of shades, even out your skintone, and cause some peeling. You will see the best results if you’re currently exfoliating your entire body
). If you’re not exfoliating, you will see veryy little 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 a strong skin bleaching cream
to achieve that.
You’ll need to purchase a pair of ‘Exfoliating Bath Gloves
‘ and a ‘Mesh Bath Sponge
‘ to use this skin whitening soap properly, so you can receive the best results. Optionally, you can purchase a few ‘16 oz Plastic Jars
‘ to store your soap. These jars are air tight & freezer safe, great for storing additional bars or the soap that’s currently in use.
DMSO, is a powerful organic penetration enhancer. DMSO has many skin benefits, but it is most known for its ability to penetrate deep into tissues and cause any active ingredients to do the same. DMSO increases the efficacy of this soap making it even more potent.
DMSO, or dimethyl sulfoxide, is derived from Pine trees as a byproduct of the paper manufacturing industry and was first isolated in the mid-1800s by a Russian chemist. It is also naturally found in garlic as one of the root’s 70+ sulfur compounds. DMSO is used topically to decrease pain and speed the healing of wounds, burns, and 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. It 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).
TOTAMTO: Skin Benefits of Lycopene:
Tomato are full of lycopene. Dietitians and nutrition experts have long been touting the many benefits of Lycopene for skin. From curing sunburn to reducing the risk of skin cancer, this nutrient does it all.
More Lycopene Benefits:
- UV Induced Skin Damage: It is common knowledge that UV-A is responsible for most of the skin damage caused by sun exposure as it goes deep into the skin and UV-B is the one that causes sunburns as it is more topical. Research has shown that the use of high-Lycopene foods in diet, in addition to sunscreens, can reduce the damage to skin caused by UV-A and UV-B exposure.
- Anti-ageing Properties: When ingested, Lycopene is converted to Vitamin A or Retinol by the body. Retinol is one of the best ways to reduce the effects of ageing as it promotes the production of collagen and melatonin, both of which regulate the overall health of the skin.
- Reduction in Skin Redness: Lycopene has been shown to reduce Erythema or skin redness to a large degree. It can also soothe rough skin by promoting the growth of new skin cells.
- Skin Lightening: The mild nature of Lycopene promotes the functioning of Melanin, which regulates skin color. It has been shown to reduce skin darkening and age spots.
Beetroot juice detoxifies skin and purifies the blood, which is key in keeping your skin glowing and healthy. Beetroots are rich in ‘skin friendly’ minerals and vitamins, such as iron and vitamin C. Vitamin C helps clear blemishes and evens out your skin tone while giving it a natural glow.
More Beetroot Benefits:
- acne treatment
- skin brightening
is an organic compound naturally found in the oils of citrus fruits. These fruit include lemons, oranges, mandarins, limes, and grapefruit. Limonene has many uses, it is commonly added to numerous foods, drinks, perfumes, soaps, and chewing gum as a flavor and fragrance enhancer. Limonene is a natural solvent, and is very commonly used in natural/organic cleaning products. Limonene also has medical uses, it has been used to dissolve gallstones and reduce cancerous growth in both skin and breast. I used Limonene in this formulation due to its anti-inflammatory effects. When applied to the skin limonene reduces damage, inflammation, and rashes. Limonene also increases the production of new cells and blood vessels and improved skin healing after an injury. The blood vessels of diabetics tend to be narrower and harder with poorer circulation than those of non-diabetics, which prolongs wound healing time and inflammation. Limonene applied to the skin of diabetic skin reduced inflammation and wound size and formed new skin, speeding up wound healing.
More Limonene Benefits:
- Reduces stress, anxiety, and depression
- Stregnthens Immune System
- Reduces Pain
- Stops Heartburn
- Protects the Eyes
- Reduces Inflamation
Shea butter nourishes the skin with Vitamins A, E and F. Vitamins A and E maintain the skin and keep it clear and healthy. They are particularly helpful for sun damaged skin and to help prevent premature wrinkles and facial lines. The Vitamin A in shea butter is important for improving skin conditions, including blemishes, wrinkles, eczema, and dermatitis. Vitamin F acts as a protector and rejuvenator soothing rough dry or chapped skin and helps soften dry or damaged hair. Additionally, premium shea butter has properties that treat skin allergies, insect bites, sunburn and frostbite.
Shea butter easily penetrates the skin and will not clog pores. There is a high level of cinnamic acid which makes Shea butter a natural sunscreen. Shea butter has anti-inflammatory properties that make it useful when mixing with strong bleaching creams that can initially irritate skin. Shea butter has powerful moisturizing, anti-aging, protecting and healing benefits to the skin. There are many uses of shea butter and it has been clinically shown to provide relief for various skin conditions.
More Shea Butter Benefits:
- Excellent daily skin moisturizer for face and body
- Dramatically reduces stretch marks
- Restores elasticity to skin
- Reduces blemishes and wrinkles
- Increases circulation to the skin
- Reduces acne and scarring
- Excellent moisturizer for eczema and psoriasis
- Soothes skin and diaper rash
- Softens tough skin on hands and feet
- Reduces Dry, itchy skin and scalp
- Reduce razor irritation and bumps after shaving
- Heals skin wounds and cracks
- Restores luster to hair
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 Lemon Peel Powder Kojic Acid is “ok” but Lemons are the very best source for herbal based skin whiteners. Lemons contain a high dose of vitamin-C and citric acid. Vitamin-C lightens skin & evens skin tone. Citric acid exfoliates skin and helps the vitamin-C (and other skin whitening agents) penetrate the skin. Lemons are packed with the highest amount of vitamin-C & citric acid. This high dose of vitamin-C works in synergy with the hydroquinone in this soap for the most effective whitening results.
Lemon Essential Oil
Again harvesting the power of lemons. This raw organic essential oil is a more potent form of lemon extract, only much stronger. This oil is extracted from raw unripe lemons by a steam distillation process. Only 3-5 drops of this oil is needed per bar of soap to experience the effectiveness.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 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.Coconut Oil
Softens skin, heals skin, and diminishes dark marks.
FULL INGREDIENT LIST
Mequinol 10%, Hydroquinone 5%, TCA 1%, DMSO (penetration enhancer), Retin-A, Raw Lemon Peel Powder, Raw Honey, Lemon Essential Oil, Goat Milk, Raw Shea Butter, Glycerin, Coconut Oil, Citric Acid, Palm Oil, Lauric Acid, Distilled Water, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sorbitol, Triethanolamine, Salt, Sodium Hydroxide, EDTA, Titanium Dioxide