Celebrities’ favorite whitening soap

If you’re wondering why suddenly a favorite female or male star who used to be dusky becomes fairer on screen, he or she must be using a whitening soap regularly.

Most women will probably do anything to achieve that lighter and fairer skin. As they say, women with light complexion are prettier.

But there are those who have accepted and very proud of the color of their complexion, among whom is the only superstar Nora Aunor who even starred in a movie titled My Little Brown Girl.

However, people should know that not everything they apply on their bodies is good and beneficial. Skin whitening is a multi-billion dollar business globally and pharmaceuticals have taken advantage of this undying obsession of men and women to defy aging and stay attractive.

The biggest concern on product like these is the excessive amount of bleach, acid, mercury and even the worst bleaching agent that can cause harm than good.

However, one reliable brand can proudly say that it is safe, affordable and most effective without the damaging whitening elements — Kojie-san.

Kojie-san, the pioneer in kojic soap, is probably the hottest whitening soap available in almost every supermarket today. From a single soap inspired by the sinuous Japanese skin, Beauty Element Ventures Inc., (BEVI) it has created revolutionary products that changed many loyal users perspective in life and found confidence in their awakened beauty.

BEVI’s Kojie-san has proven its efficacy in lightening the skin. Since it’s introduction to the market in 2006, KOjie-san has always been to true and honest to its promise — effective, safe and quality lightening products that contain high-grade kojic acid.

It’s phenomenal growth in the market not only in the Philippines but in other parts of Asia, Middle East and Europe is a strong indication that Kojie-san is the brand to trust when it comes to lightening products that contain kojic acid because Kojie-san only uses high-grade quality kojic acid.

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