Idole papaya whitening facial soap is made from organic herbs enriched with natural papaya Enzyme. It helps to remove all the dead cells in the affected area in order to give you that smooth, radiant and even look. Idole papaya whitening facial soap, contains papaya enzyme extract and other natural ingredients that helps to combat pigmentary blemish. Not only does idole papaya soap deep cleanse the epidermis, but also brighten your complexion to give you that amazing smooth, soft, even, clean and radiant look you always wanted.
According to a 2013 paper, the many benefits of papaya can be attributed to the high content of vitamins A, B, and C. Its proteolytic enzymes, such as papain and chymopapain also have antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. Papaya soaps are rich in vitamin C, an antioxidant that can reduce irregular pigmentation and stimulate collagen production. The soap also contains vitamin A, another important nutrient for the skin. It promotes the production of new skin cells, and may help reduce dark spots, blemishes, and scars.
Idole Papaya Soap Side Effects
Despite the many benefits of Idole Papaya Soap, the soap also have some side effects. Papaya may cause severe allergic reactions in sensitive people. Contact dermatitis is a red, itchy rash caused by direct contact with a substance or an allergic reaction to it. The rash isn’t contagious or life-threatening, but it can be very uncomfortable. Many substances can cause such reactions, including soaps, cosmetics, fragrances, jewelry and plants.
Contact dermatitis usually occurs on areas of your body that have been directly exposed to the soap. The rash usually develops within minutes to hours of exposure and can last two to four weeks.
Signs and symptoms of contact dermatitis include:
- A red rash
- Itching, which may be severe
- Dry, cracked, scaly skin
- Bumps and blisters, sometimes with oozing and crusting
- Swelling, burning or tenderness
When to see a doctor
See your doctor if:
- The rash is so uncomfortable that you are losing sleep or are distracted from your daily activities
- The rash is sudden, painful, severe or widespread
- You’re embarrassed by the way your skin looks
- The rash doesn’t get better within three weeks
- The rash affects your face or genitals
Seek immediate medical care in the following situations:
You think your skin is infected. Clues include fever and pus oozing from blisters.
Your lungs, eyes or nasal passages are painful and inflamed, perhaps from inhaling an allergen.
You think the rash has damaged the mucous lining of your mouth and digestive tract.