Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Definitely Japan. Definitely Kojie.san

Yes I was born with a tanned skin tone.

Typical of a  Filipino brown skin.

According to a myth , when God is cooking ( or should I say boiling ? )  the people to have their desired skin tone to come out of them after cooking ( boiling ? ) , the brown  skinned people came out just naturally and fair.

Not undercooked like those of White People.

And not overcooked like those of Black People.

And so the myth goes. 


But let us move on , I am not here to talk about Racial Skin Color Discrimination or other issues like that.

Let's not waste these precious pages tackling nonsense issues like that.

What I want to point out here is that more and more brown skinned people ( like me ) are now opting to become more whiter in skin tone than they used to be.

That is why Glutathione sells like hotcake after its introduction to the market as an effective  skin whitening agent.  
And the obssession with Glutathione had begun. 

What with all those who want to become more whiter than they really are, the hype had begun and starts conquering us all . 

But what's with the hype of being white?

Let me enumerate some points :

1.) Being white is much cleaner to see.

2.) You look  more refreshing.

3.) You seem smells good.

4.) More appealing.

5.) You look bright and happy.

And the craze for becoming much whiter has started.

So why not me join the bandwagon too.

Am I to be left out in the dark  ?

Of course not.

But wait,  there is this other alternative which is far more effective in terms of skin whitening issues.

And this is not Glutathione.

The name is Kojic Acid.

Ever heard of it?

The formula is originally from Japan.

Like what good 'ol Wikipedia had written : Kojic acid is a chelation agent produced by several species of fungi, especially Aspergillus oryzae, which has the Japanese common name koji.

And for its application , Wikipedia added :  Kojic acid may be used on cut fruits to prevent oxidative browning, in seafood to preserve pink and red colors, and in cosmetics to lighten skin. As an example of the latter, it is used to treat skin diseases like melasma.[5] Kojic acid also has antibacterial and antifungal properties.

Did you see that bolden , italicized and underlined phrase that Wikipedia had imparted upon us.  

It is used in cosmetics to lighten our skin.

And not just that , it has an antifungal and antibacterial properties reiterated by Wikipedia nonetheless. 

So , enough with my runaround.

What do I really wanted to point out?

It's because there is this brand of Kojic Acid skin whitening formula that comes originally from Japan.

And the name is

And may I just add :

  • Kojie.san is the first kojic acid soap to be commercially available in the Philippine market.

  • Kojie.san has a micro peeling effect, which makes it a potent whitening product.

  • It does not contain any harmful chemicals.

  • It contains antioxidants and 100% all natural ingredients.

Now , there's a lot of shaking going on around here.

With lots and lots of fake entities riding on the acclaimed fame and popularity of using Kojic Acid soap as an effective skin whitening agent , you must be very sure and wary that you are not using a fake or a cheap imitation of this great and marvelous product.

Because there are several of them bogus marketers and advertisers using the popularity and effectiveness of Kojic Acid.

In your special skin care system , you should only choose the original , the natural , the tried and tested brand that will achieve your goal of becoming more whiter than ever before.

For if you use the wrong ones or the fake ones as an agent in your skin care regime, you might end up not achieving your dream of  white skin  tone a realization.

Instead of this.

You might end up like this .

So be aware and use only the original.

Don't patronize any other brand than the original.

The best there is.

Next to nothing.

Trust no other brand than 

It is simply the best skin whitening soap in the market today.  






1 comment:

  1. Hi hi. Dito naman they want to be brown. So now , I am proud of my skin.
    Nag paaraw, nag pahid ng pangpabrown at umiinom ng gamot to be brown:)