Yoko Yogurt Spa Milk Soap

By 10/17/2015



This is one of the few bar soaps I made an effort to actually search for in different stores. I discovered this years and years ago when I was still living in Zamboanga and I just picked out the product because it looks curious and because I'm adventurous with products that way. There are a lot of people I know who stick to whatever they're used to using. Same soap, shampoo, face cleanser... Same ice cream, cake, pizza flavors. >.< But not this girl. :) I believe the only way to discover the best is by trying out different stuff - variants/flavors... For instance, I feel like my sister should really thank me for introducing her to Bear Brand's milk with ginseng or gingko biloba because I am 100% sure she would never ever ever pick those up on her own. And she loves it! *feeling under-appreciated*

As for this soap, the yogurt soap from Yoko smells heavenly right out of the box. It smells just like milk. It's a bit sad though that the scent doesn't last a long time but it's enough to make showering pleasurable.

The packaging is nice too, nicer than your average bath soap. It comes in a pink box and inside the bar of soap is wrapped in paper and sealed with gold sticker.


The soap feels creamy on the skin. It isn't too hard like most soaps, and it isn't similar in texture to papaya/carrot/kojic soaps. I could best compare it to Dove's soaps except that Dove's is a bit grainier/grittier than this.

The effect on my skin is amazing. I have extremely dry skin on my body and using this has reduced the dry marks/desert-like appearance. It feels softer and smoother too.

Verdict

The combination of scent, texture, and effect makes the Yoko Yogurt Soap a winner in my book. It is also priced at P50 only so it is pretty affordable. The only downside I can think of is that I only found this in Zamboanga and nowhere in Manila when I was there. There were Yoko Yogurt Bath Salts being sold, but the bar soap isn't available.

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this quick review. Please follow me on bloglovin', twitter, and facebook for more reviews and updates.

Have a nice day!

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  2. I only see the spa salt and not the soap here in our place. I also try different products pero minsan scary too. Gaya now, I have allergy na. But I'm still hard headed, sige pa din sa kakatry. I love your review; simple and enough for me to imagine how the soap feels like.

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    1. Oh no. That's too bad. Siguro konting ingat na rin when trying new products. I need to remember this too kasi mahilig talaga rin ako magtry ng kung ano ano. Although I do draw the line somewhere on items that look suspicious. Hehehe.

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