K Brothers Carrot Soap Review

K Brothers Carrot Soap

K Brothers Carrot Soap is the bomb when it comes to getting rid of stubborn dark spots completely from your skin in a short period of time. It also lightens your complexion very fast.

I was gifted this soap by a friend after I seriously cautioned her to mind the kind of jokes she plays with me because she recommended a soap for me which didn’t do what she told me.

It all started some months back after I tried a bleaching cream I wanted to review. This lotion gave me stretch marks and pimples which I used some other products to clear and was now left with dark spots after the pimples were gone.

A friend of mine visited me during that period and was surprise to see me with plenty black spots because she knows am the one who usually recommends products for them to use.

I told her; this is a result of experiment gone wrong and we both laughed about it. She now told me that she is currently using a soap her coursemate recommended to her and that she actually got it mainly to remove her dark spots.

I asked her the name and she said it is the k brothers soap. So I told her I would try it out because she is the one recommending it and I trust her and would not be wasting my money.

The following day, I went to a supermarket and got it with some other products I intend to use to completely clear my skin of all the side effects I was suffering at that time because of the cream.

Lo and behold; I used it and it only lightened my skin and made my dark spots more visible as my skin became fairer. I called my friend later after finishing the soap and quarreled her seriously.

She was convinced I got the fake one that is why it didn’t work for me and she promised to buy it from her trusted vendor and bring it for me. The following day she arrived with the original soap.

Lo and behold; the one she brought is k brothers carrot soap while the one I have finished using is k brothers papaya soap. I apologized to her for the way I spoke over the phone and she said it is actually her fault for not specifying which one.

I started using the carrot one she gifted me that evening and in just two weeks; you won’t believe that not even my village people could stop me from shining as my face was totally cleared up.

Jokes apart; this k brothers carrot soap is the bomb when it comes to getting rid of dark spots fast. This soap cleared my face and made all the black spots disappear within a month of using it.

Seriously, this soap is worth the hype because it really works. It didn’t only clear my black spots but also lightened my skin evenly and made my complexion glow radiantly and beautifully well.

I highly recommend this soap to anyone who is suffering from dark spots and needs something to quickly get rid of them. This soap really works fast irrespective of how stubborn your skin is.

K brothers lotion and k brothers face cream are also good products from this same company.

K Brothers Carrot Soap Ingredients:

Carrot Extracts, Sodium Hydroxide, Water, Coconut Oil, Fd & C Brown and Fragrance.

K Brothers Soap Side Effects:

It doesn’t have any side effects.

Is K Brothers a Bleaching Soap?

No, it is not a bleaching soap.

Does K Brothers Carrot Soap Contain Hydroquinone?

No, it doesn’t contain hydroquinone.

Does K Brothers Carrot Soap Lightens The Skin?

Yes, it lightens the skin complexion.

How Good Is K Brothers Carrot Soap:

It is a good soap that is effective in clearing dark spots fast and lightening your skin complexion.

How To Use K Brothers Carrot Soap:

Rub the soap with water on your palm to form bubbles and apply on wet face. Massage the lather gently and rinse off. Clean your face with a towel and apply some moisturizer afterwards.

How To Know Original K Brothers Carrot Soap:

The fake k brothers carrot soap is dark orange in colour while the original is light orange in colour.

K Brothers Carrot Soap Price In Nigeria:

It cost N450 in markets and cosmetics shops.

Where To Buy K Brothers Soap:

You can buy the original soap online from trusted vendors either on Jumia or on Konga.

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