Do you remember my last Royale Beauty review which is their Kojic Papaya soap? Apparently, it got a lot of views which is actually my most viewed post. It's crazy that when you look the product up in Google, my blog pops out first! So maybe it's a sign that I must give Royale Beauty soaps another try. Is it worth it? Do find out!
|Royale Beauty L-Gluta Power Soap Packaging|
|unboxing Royale Beauty L-Gluta Power Soap|
Packaging. Just like all Royale Beauty soaps, I love how it's not a cheap box that can easily melt but a plastic container with a hygienic opening. I also love the fact that they included some directions and stated the ingredients in the product.
Scent. Whoa! Can you believe it's under the "likes" category this time? It's what I've been ranting about the Kojic Papaya soap. It's nothing overpowering or whatnot, but there's still something that might be considered a scent that is there. But what's important to me is that it's not overpowering.
Mild Peeling. There's this mild peeling after showering and drying up. Some may mistook it as drying but it is actually peeling. You may want to cover it with lotion so it won't flake around.
Price. It's Php 198 Oh My Gulay! Hahaha!
Not easily available. You still have to find a Royale Beauty distributor to have one.
|Royale Beauty L-Gluta Power Soap|
Overall, this soap is much better than the Kojic Papaya soap. If you want to try an effective product from Royal Beauty you might want to start with this one. :) If you're still curious and want to try this soap, you can click the link below to purchase it online via Lazada:
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