Friday, May 24, 2013

Godiva LicoWhite Whitening Soap: My Current Go-To Soap

I'll be honest: the only Godiva I knew about before I was given the chance to try out Godiva LicoWhite Whitening Soap was the seashell chocolate kind.

I'm pretty open to trying out new things, though, so I welcomed the Godiva LicoWhite Whitening Soap with open arms.


The Godiva LicoWhite Whitening Soap is available in 135g for Php60 and 65g for Php30, and is known to whiten, cleanse and even out any skin discolorations.

Unfortunately, I tried out this soap during the summer, when I basked in the sun more often than not, so I'm not sure if I actually got whiter or anything, but I definitely noticed that my skin is much smoother, softer and brighter now. It has that "glow" - you know what I mean? My boyfriend definitely noticed it, too. :) And he didn't even know I started using new soap!

The Godiva LicoWhite Whitening Soap is also very gentle and doesn't dry out the skin. Because of this, it is officially the very first soap that I have ever used on my face.

What I noticed most about it, though, is that it doesn't provide that creamy smooth feeling after a shower. However, it does make you feel clean and soft instead. It also lasts much longer than other whitening soaps out there.

Also unlike other whitening soaps out there, Godiva LicoWhite Whitening Soap consists of licorice, which is a highly effective skin whitener out there. However, it is less used compared to papaya because it is more expensive overall. Well, now you can enjoy it in a wide range of Godiva whitening products.

Would I use this soap again? Definitely. In fact, as of the moment, it is my go-to soap for its price, long life, and the feeling that I get from the soap afterwards. Plus, I haven't found anything that I don't like about the soap so far - definitely worth the investment! :)

For more information, feel free to like Godiva Skin on Facebook! :)

3 comments:

  1. Try their deodorant too. I love that it doesn't dry my underarms and that it doesn't smell like anything.

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