Product Review: Kojie San Skin Lightening Soap

Kojie San Skin Lightening Soap Product Information

Kojie San contains high grade cosmetic all-natural Kojic Acid that helps prevent melanin production making skin lighter and clearer. Kojie San Skin Lightening Soap is effective in diminishing dark spots, freckles and acne, stretch marks, uneven skin tone and other skin tone disorders.

Kojic Acid was discovered in Japan, it is a byproduct of Koji or Malted Rice used in the production of rice wine. It also contains orange, VCO, Glycerin, Vegetable extracts, and Vitamin C. In cosmetics, kojic acid is popularly known for its remarkable whitening effect and antioxidant properties.

A little background about the company. Kojie San Lightening Soap first entered the market in 2007 as a flagship product from Beauty Elements Ventures, Inc. (BEVI). Kojic Acid formulation turned out to be the key ingredient in convincing whitening fans to become true believers. Today, Kojie San is the #1 Kojic soap in the country.


Kojie San Skin Lightening Soap Product Experience

In the Western countries, most people are dying to have that tan skin, probably one of the reasons why they love exposing their skins under the sun. While in Asia, people long for that fair white skin. Thus, a lot of skin whitening products all over the local market are readily available.

I have never been the type of girl who worries about her skin. Let’s just say that I was born with a natural fair skin tone. Maybe I was just lucky for having my grandma’s beautiful genes. 😉 For that, people tagged me as the maputi, makinis, kutis mayaman, and whatever synonymous words I could ever hear. Most of them were even asking the products I use, specifically soaps and lotions. But they were all disappointed of my answers. Because the truth is, I don’t really have that one single product yet that I’m loyal with.

Since I was a kid, the common soaps that you could see in our bathroom would be Safeguard and Giv that can be bought for only about 5-10 pesos each. Until later on that we can finally afford different kinds of soaps including this.


For a month of using Kojie San Skin Whitening Soap, here’s what I’ve noticed:

What I like About It:

  • Regular use will really lighten your skin.
  • Inexpensive or Cheap.
  • Firming or Skin Tightening effect
  • Cleans effectively.
  • Helps remove dead skin cells

What I Don’t Like About It:

  • Over dryness of the skin. Make sure to use a moisturizer.
  • May cause skin irritation or sun damage. Always use an umbrella or avoid sun exposure.
  • There is a stinging sensation after use. Do not let the soap sit on your skin for too long.
  • May cause skin breakouts. **depends on your skin’s reaction.**
  • Melts fast. Do not store in a container that accumulates water, you might end up having a liquid soap.


I have to admit that my skin did get noticeably lighter aside from being naturally white. And it’s not just the dull kind of white, but it actually made me more glowing! <3

Although I know a number of friends who tried Kojie San Lightening Soap and vowed to be effective in lightening their skin tone as well, results still vary per individual.


You’ve probably heard the statement “Love your own skin tone”, but it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do anything about uneven skin tone – especially if it would affect your confidence. You know you could conquer the world when you feel good about yourself. Remember, when you’re confident inside and out, it radiates in everything you do.

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  • Hello Dette! I just bought both the Kojie-San soaps, the orange one and the dream white. Tell me, do you notice any difference between the two soaps, other than the Dream White one has collagen and elastin. Do they both do just as good a job at lightening? Thank you, Ingrid in CA

    • Hi Ingrid! Based on my experience, the orange one does better when it comes to whitening or skin lightening, and you’ll also notice your skin peeling right after bath – good at getting rid of dead skin cells. While the dream white helps in tightening your skin, which is good at getting rid of wrinkles and saggy skin. Its skin lightening effect I think is just a plus. Thanks for the nice comment, happy holidays! 🙂

    • Hi! 🙂 I couldn’t see a problem with that. I think it’s okay as long as there is no negative reaction on your skin such as redness, irritation and itchy rashes.

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