Although I mostly use a combo of skin whitening soaps and salt scrubs, there are days when I just really want to feel uber cleansed by using anti-bacterial soaps. Today, I’m going to introduce to you the Pink and White variants of the Jabon Jabon soap.
I sometimes may sound too extra or informercial but this is how I am.
“Learn it, live it, love it” – Courtney Alice Shayne.
Let’s move on to the review before I get lost into rambling again.
Jabon Jabon Soap Review 2018
My thought from the get-go was how lovely the packaging is. It gives an environmentally-friendly and organic vibe.
Leaves, whimsical variant names, and recycled cardboard soapbox were all whipped into a magnificent shower delight.
Apart from the packaging’s aesthetics, it’s also incorporated with technology through a QR code on the bottom which provides the consumer more information and assures him/her of the product’s authenticity.
Scanning the QR code of the Jabon Jabon soap
I’ve never scanned a product’s QR code in my life but I thought that since I’ve already ventured into the world of beauty reviews, it’s now or never.
Scanning a QR code from a product is very easy. All I did was download an app called QR Code Reader from Google Playstore.
I opened the QR Code Reader app and meticulously framed the code on its right position. You’ll know if it’s not upside-down because of the manufacture and expiration dates beside it.
It won’t take more than 5 seconds and what you’ll get is…
Jabon Jabon Snow Flower
The first Jabon Jabon soap that I’ve tried is the “White” or Snow Flower variant. The reason being is because I love whimsical names. I’ve always dreamed of having my own perfumery that exudes a witchy vibe. I want to name my scents full moon, black cat, and love potion.
Enough of me and more of Jabon Jabon lol.
I love the scent and if my nose isn’t failing me, I sense some Jasmine and wood notes from it. The only thing that I don’t like about it is it’s not as powerful as the Blue and Pink variants.
It’s very enjoyable to use as it lathers very well. It doesn’t melt easily and won’t turn into tiny bits of mess on your soap dish like a Dove or Caress soap. It’s also not too hard like a Safeguard soap which you can literally use as a weapon.
The feeling on the skin after one use is squeaky clean but the scent of the Snow Flower variant doesn’t linger for a long time.
The Jabon Jabon “Pink” or Wild Orchid variant will make your bathroom smell divine.
The reason why I took a photo with it when I was feeling extra pretty is because I’m biased towards it lol.
The smell is similar to the pink variant of a Safeguard soap but its sillage will leave someone highly impressed.
I don’t know why I’m reviewing these soaps like a perfume but… if I’m not mistaken, all Jabon Jabon soaps contain the same ingredients and they only differ from colors and scents.
The Wild Orchid’s freshness stays on my skin for about a good 3 hours.
Whenever I use antibacterial soaps and I forget to use a lotion, my legs itch non-stop. For some reason, this didn’t give me that feeling even after omitting the lotion.
Fragrance Sillage: 5/5
Scent Longevity: 4/5
Jabon Jabon Soap Final Words
One soap contains Guava Extract, Grapeseed Oil, and Tea-Tree Oil, along with ingredients that do not contain fillers, phthalate, sulfate, parabens and germicidal chemicals.
In addition to the safe ingredients, all Jabon Jabon soaps are REAL soaps that are cold processed. They’re also cruelty-free which means that no animals were harmed during the manufacturing process.
One soap can last one person about a month and a half.
Since it’s suitable for all skin types of all ages, I believe that Jabon Jabon is a welcome addition to every Filipino home; something that can be enjoyed by the whole family and is well worth the 150 PHP price tag a piece.