The Takesumi Bright Kojic Acid Brightening Body Bar
This Product Is: a brightening body cleansing and treatment bar
Good For: dark spot pigmentation and blemish scars on underarms, knees, elbows, chest, back, inner thighs and buttocks
Why We Love It: Kaia Naturals The Takesumi Bright Kojic Acid Brightening Body Bar Bar helps to minimize the appearance of dark spot pigmentation. This safe and gentle formula is made without the use of toxic or irritating brightening ingredients traditionally found in brightening bars. Formulated with kojic acid and licorice root extract, two natural and effective brightening actives. The wash off formula can be used on dark spot pigmentation found on underarms, elbows, knees, and inner thighs. This bar may also be used on dark spots and blemish marks left behind from ingrown hairs, insect bites, and acne.
For best results, pair with the Kaia Naturals Brightening Deodorant + Body Balm.
Use the takesumi bright kojic acid body bar daily in the shower. Moisten the bar and apply the lather to affected areas with a soft and gentle cloth or silicon exfoliating brush (fingers can be used if exfoliating has occurred more than twice a week).
If using in the underarm region, lather for 30 seconds to allow the actives to penetrate the area before rinsing off. Follow with the takesumi bright brightening deodorant for speed in brightening results.
If using on the back or chest for acne scarring, you should use a gentle brush and massage on the back and chest for 30 seconds and allow the actives to penetrate the region before rinsing off. Follow with the takesumi bright niacinamide deodorant + body balm to seal in actives
This bar may also be used on dark spot pigmentation on arms, elbows, knees, inner thighs and buttocks for effective management of pigmentation in these regions.
Do not use in the groin region or to shave underarms. Do not use after shaving. Always shave in the evening and allow your skin to calm before using this product.
Note: The longer the pigmentation has been present the longer it will take to see significant improvement. Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation is a result of irritation. Brightening treatments will be unsuccessful until underlying cause of inflammation has been addressed