Doctors Now Recommend These 3 Herbs For Skin Lightening

10:37:00 PM Chris konor 4 Comments

Me my self made a great mistake when i newly started lightening my skin. I used creams & soaps containing dangerious chemicals like Mecury & Hydroquinone, this lead to so many urgly outcome on my skin. Currently ive been treating the stretch marks that steriods gave me.

In fact, the treating of these stretch marks seems like a mission to no where. So i decided to go see a doctor and i asked him of how i can naturally get a light skin without using dangerious chemicals. He told that the safest are natural herbs. He mentioned 3 herbs which are calamansi, papaya & kojic acid.

I then had to research about them, get useful details & decide to share it with my readers here.
These products are mostly on SOAPS only...


The papaya is the fruit of the plant Carica papaya, the sole species in the genus Carica of the plant family Caricaceae. It is native to the tropics of the Americas, perhaps from southern Mexico and neighbouring Central America. It was first cultivated in Mexico several centuries before the emergence of the Mesoamerican classical civilizations.

Likas Papaya Herbal Soap
Likas Papaya Herbal Soap


Calamansi or Citrfortunella microcarpa, is a citrus fruit closely related to the Mandarin orange and Sweet orange. This fruit tree is a native plant species of the Philippines, and is used in various ways.

Calamansi has a very distinct alkalinizing effect on the human body, with alkaline properties present in the peel and juices of the fruit. The fruit can be used for whitening the skin, as well as a bleaching agent on mild stains of white garments. This fruit is widely distributed across the island nation of the Philippines, and can easily be grown across the globe in areas of temperate climates. Many soaps are made with calamansi as an active ingredient for whitening and toning skin, however, the raw fruit can be used just as well for the same process.

Extract Whitening Herbal Soap
extract Herbal Soap


Kojic acid is primarily found in the culture "Koji" which is the Japanese name for cultures or bacterias. The cultures are primarily found in mushrooms, mainly from the species Aspergillus oryzae , or "Kojic Mushrooms." It is also a byproduct in the process of making sake (A Japanese Wine) also known as malt rice fermentation.

It can be removed from the rice with hot water, extracted with ether which is then purified by recrystallization from hot water. For a company, they use a process called "Membrane-surface liquid culture" which is a process of adding glucose to increase production to over 50 times than that obtained from the culture in shake flasks.
Glucose is used as an energy/food for the cultures to grow off of.

Kojic Acid Skin Lightening Soap

i currently use Extract herbal Soap tho...i will be reviewing it soon.
most of these soaps are from the ranges of N1000 ($5) and above & all foreign.

if uve got quetions & views please drop them using the comment box bellow.



  1. My question is, do you know anything about magic derma oil?

  2. My question is, do you know anything about magic derma oil?

    1. No dear, i dont. But google might be of great help.
      Thanks for stoping by.

  3. Lol, I tried Google it has got much info. Thanks though.