Review: Snail White Whipp Soap

Almost a year ago while googling stuff for our trip to Thailand, I came across a video of an influential individual in the Philippines gushing over this Thai product. Out of curiosity, bought 3 of them at a beauty shop there and started using one (on my body, not face) in the course of our trip. Now I’m down to the last bar. Will I repurchase? Find out in a jiffy!

review snail white whipp soap
100g, 199 baht

FEATURES

  1. A moisturizing bar soap that comes with a delicate net to create a soft, luxurious facial foam that deeply cleanses and nourishes skin without irritation.
  2. With bearberry leaf extract that visibly brightens the skin
  3. Contains blackcurrant seed oil, sunflower oil concentrate, and balloon vine extract to help soothe sensitive areas
  4. Packed with natural plant extracts that hydrate and refresh for naturally radiant; dewy and younger-looking skin.
  5. Infused with snail potion

HOW TO USE

Wet and rub the soap bar with water until full foam forms. Massage onto skin. Rinse off with water.

PROS

  1. The packaging is simple and easy to open.
  2. Smells really nice but doesn’t linger
  3. Doesn’t irritate my skin
  4. Lathers well
  5. Not gooey at all
  6. Affordable
  7. Skin feels smooth after using

CONS

  1. It’s moisturizing, but not well enough especially in the cold months.
  2. It’s been almost a year but I can’t seem to notice that brightening and radiant effect.

How long should I wait to see that bright and radiant skin? Not that I’m longing for it. I guess I’ve waited long enough to say that this product isn’t for me. So, not repurchasing it. Maybe it’s working for others, but not for me. Please don’t get me wrong. It’s just based on my experience and I’m just being honest.

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17 thoughts on “Review: Snail White Whipp Soap

  1. Snail white products including the one you just reviewed is still selling like hot cakes even among Filipinos here in Thailand. So much talk amount whitening products. I would rather rejoice over one countryman who keeps on bringing papaya soap from the Philippines and sell it to Thai friends.

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  2. Thanks for the honest reviews!

    I probably live in one of the driest places in the US. The first thing I give visitors from overseas is a bottle of saline nose spray so they don’t get a bloody nose in the low humidity. (It can get down to less than 5%.) I’m still looking for the perfect moisturizer.

    That said, the best moisturizers I’ve ever experienced are simply visiting Okinawa and Southeast Asia, especially in the summer. I can lose 5/10-years in a couple of weeks. Of course, it disappears after a short time back here.

    Makes me think that a product great in one climate might not translate to another, especially where a significant moisturizing effect (particularly in winter) is more, or perhaps less important.

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