Skincare Selection: Kedma Philippines Soap Review

Many international and local shops offer a variety of soap brands that promise deep cleansing action and softer skin. If that’s the case, the selection shouldn’t be too difficult, right?

But I’m very meticulous with my bathing products. Recently, I learned that not all soaps are good for the skin! Some of them use harsh chemicals, such as petroleum, which leaves the skin feeling tight and dry. I even read online that regular use of petroleum-based products may result in skin irritation and other serious dermatological concerns! I don’t want that!

The last thing I want is for my soap to irritate my skin instead of nourishing it. But which brand should I use?

Fortunately, I discovered Kedma soap, a product line highly recommended by one of my very good friends.

Kedma’s Claim to Fame

I already heard about Kedma before but, of course, as a responsible buyer (and skin care blogger) I did my research to know more. This Israeli cosmetic product company is different from other skincare brands because it offers products made from natural and luxurious ingredients (they even use gold!). Their selling point is their use of Dead Sea minerals to revive and rejuvenate the skin.

Talk about a different kind of soap. But of course, that is yet to be proven. First, let me list down all the pros and cons of each product on my Kedma Philippines soap review.

Luxurious Soaps: The Products

Will Kedma’s soap line live up to its claim? We’ll know after I try the following:

Salt Soap

This natural soap is rich in minerals and trace elements from the Dead Sea, which is essential to skin health. Apart from removing dirt and other impurities, Kedma’s salt soap claims to restore the skin’s natural balance.

Black Mud Soap

The soap’s black appearance is a little unusual for me, but according to Kedma, it’s because it uses Black Mud from the shores of the Dead Sea. This product’s special composition deeply cleanses the skin, so it’s the ideal solution for people with problematic skin.

Anti-cellulite Massage Soap

Apparently, your soap can help you shed a few centimeters off! Kedma Philippines’ specially designed soaps come with rows of nodules to help combat your cellulite. In addition to the Dead Sea minerals, this soap has dried Red Seaweed grains, which has properties that burn away your body fat (safely, of course!).

Acne Soap

Kedma’s Dead Sea acne soap claims to keep your skin free from unwanted blemishes. This soap dries up acne, heals the skin, and prevents trouble areas from forming by removing unwanted oil and dirt. Apart from Dead Sea minerals, this product also contains natural oils that moisturize the skin without that oily feeling.

My Kedma Philippines soap reviews will tell you all about it: the feel, the effects, and if it’s worth the splurge. Don’t hesitate to browse and read more about these wonder products!

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