However, there are micronized ones in the market but from this product that’s being used as a giveaway, I doubt they exist.
Yes, hyaluronic acids are great humectants but you have to be wary of where you’re getting them from because even if technically, most sold in the market have them, they won’t give any efficacy at all when you’re trying to solve the drought of your skin like it’s the riddle of the sphinx.
The only thing that I like about the Snail White soap by Dream is its shape and size. It’s square and it reminds me of the Jasmine and Bergamot soap from the L’Occitane deGrasse collection.
I also love the scent of the Snail White soap because it’s very refreshing yet floral at the same time.
However, for something that offers skin whitening, it’s not it. I find it as a good antibacterial soap though so it’s not holistically useless.
If you’re looking for a skin whitening soap, this isn’t it. I’ve actually made a skin whitening soap battle 2018 article in this blog and you can feel free to refer to that if you’re still puzzled on which one to use.
I’m not sure of how much the Snail White soap by Dream costs as it was given to me for free twice and I have no plans on looking it up. I simply don’t find it useful in my life in any shape or form.
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