Thursday, March 20, 2014

Definitely Japan. Definitely Kojie.san.


There are lots of skin care products in the market today. You see plenty of them in big supermarkets, in flea markets and even in corner stores. Filipinos always get influenced by the Western world which makes them look for branded products. Sad to say, some branded products end up being copied and sold in the market at a lower price. 

Counterfeit items may pose hazards to health of would-be users. Soaps may not have the original contents because chemical components maybe replaced with ingredients unknown and not tested. Who knows those components contain chemicals that are harmful to health? In an aim to look beautiful or maintain youthful beauty, people fond of beauty products may end up suffering from skin disorders or worst, ireparable bad skin condition.

Kojie.san is the first kojic acid soap to be commercially available in the Philippine market. Definitely Japanese, Kojie.san earns the impression of being of good quality. Making it available in the market, you can already obtain your desired beauty soap within your fingertips without the hassle of shipping costs from overseas or worrying your relatives abroad to send you one.

When it comes to your skin care, it is important to use only the original kojic acid soap. Do not buy cheap skin care products when you know that these are fake. Buy only original without compromising your youthful beauty.

Kojie.san has micro peeling effect, which makes it a potent whitening product. The company makes sure that its products are carefully tested to ensure its positive effects to the user. Its micro peeling effect makes the skin tight and younger looking after every use. With its continued use, results may vary when everyone tries to be you.

Kojie.san soap does not contain any harmful chemicals. It contains antioxidants and 100 percent all natural ingredients. With these, a user is sure of a safe beauty habit. Using only the original kojic soap will make it a passion for one to have a younger looking skin. Indeed, "definitely Japan, definitely Kojie.san."

Can a hotel look like a factory?

While gathering for the kick off ceremony of the Manila Bay rehabilitation at the Quirino Grandstand, I was surprised to see this.  ...