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Sato Hakubi Whitening pills

Postby bluexob » Sat, 20 Dec 2008 11:15 pm

Hi there,
Any of u ladies here ever tried this product yet??
Which is better??
Hakubi B or Hakubi White C or Hakubi C2??
Great for whitening effects..
The prices vary as well too..

Recently, i went to Watson and saw this great discount for this product and heard alot of good feedbacks and so now i'm tempting to try out..
But cant decide which type suits my skin type as i have combination skin..

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Postby amiee40 » Sun, 21 Dec 2008 3:21 pm

Hi

Apparently the local girls really like this product. Sounds like there are no side effects as mostly its vit c.

I am tempted as well. You said its on special at Watsons. How much is it?

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Postby amiee40 » Sun, 21 Dec 2008 3:32 pm

Sorry, forgot to mention a potential side effect. The pill is used to stop the production of melanin. Some may argue that it may increase the chance of skin cancer as melanin filters out UV.
Up to you. Lots of good SPF50 sunscreens out there.

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Postby bluexob » Sun, 21 Dec 2008 8:30 pm

Its having 20% discount off its original price..
But i think only valid for the pink and red bottle though.
The new version which is the Hakubi B selling at $39, so far no promotion for this item yet..
Oh by the way, i think Guardian and Watson selling at the same price, same promotion this till Christmas, i guess..

Anyway i just bought myself the blue bottle and will review in a month time..

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Postby freezeguy » Mon, 29 Dec 2008 4:10 pm

bluexob wrote:Its having 20% discount off its original price..
But i think only valid for the pink and red bottle though.
The new version which is the Hakubi B selling at $39, so far no promotion for this item yet..
Oh by the way, i think Guardian and Watson selling at the same price, same promotion this till Christmas, i guess..

Anyway i just bought myself the blue bottle and will review in a month time..


yea, only the pink and the blue bottle is having a 20% discount. although the same cant be said for the orange hakubi b. So far, only Watsons and OG having that promotion.

Actually, i prefer taking hakubi b. my face aint as oily as it used to be. :)

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Postby bluexob » Mon, 29 Dec 2008 9:54 pm

Actually, i prefer taking hakubi b. my face aint as oily as it used to be. :)[/quote]


Does Hakubi B helps with whitening effects too??Its only stated that its more suitable for people who desire baby skin smooth skin plus its more costly, compared to the pink and blue bottle, as its the lastest product.
I read from one of the article that, the blue bottle has more intensive whitening effects and for people with severe skin blemishes..So well, i dont know which suits me the best #-o
By the way, do u think its safe to consume hakubi b and hakubi white c at one time??

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Postby apotek » Mon, 29 Dec 2008 10:25 pm

HAKUBI whitening: hakubi white C and hakubi C2 is japanese product which is effective for skin whitening. For Enhanced Skin Whitening.

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Postby amiee40 » Tue, 20 Jan 2009 4:02 pm

Any visible results yet? Or any side effects?

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Postby aadvark » Tue, 20 Jan 2009 5:19 pm

bluexob wrote:
freezeguy wrote:Actually, i prefer taking hakubi b. my face aint as oily as it used to be. :)



Does Hakubi B helps with whitening effects too??Its only stated that its more suitable for people who desire baby skin smooth skin plus its more costly, compared to the pink and blue bottle, as its the lastest product.
I read from one of the article that, the blue bottle has more intensive whitening effects and for people with severe skin blemishes..So well, i dont know which suits me the best #-o
By the way, do u think its safe to consume hakubi b and hakubi white c at one time??


maybe check to see if their compounds overlap? so u wun overdose?
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Postby bluexob » Tue, 20 Jan 2009 7:39 pm

Hey,here to share the outcome..
Been taking close to a month..
So far, i think, maybe slightly fairer compared to previously before i'm taking this supplement..(I'm not that fair by nature anywayzz)
But at the same time,i tried staying indoor,avoiding sun,even if i'm out, i will put on sunscreen lotion.
Definitely no side effect for me..Taking the pills like vit C, brightens the skin and clearer!! My freckles on my hand, and blemishes seem to fade abit though..
Now getting my 2nd bottle..
Would definitely recommend!!

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Postby amiee40 » Wed, 21 Jan 2009 8:44 am

Thanks for your feedback. Will try it myself.

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Postby bluexob » Wed, 21 Jan 2009 5:30 pm

amiee40 wrote:Thanks for your feedback. Will try it myself.



Be sure to check out the content and consult the promoter first before purchase that suits your skin type and condition the best:)

Currently they have 3 different bottles now..
Hakubi B is for people who desire sensually baby-smooth skin.
Hakubi White C for poeple with severe skin blemishes,freckles and pigmentation.
Hakubi C2 for people with skin pigmentation,sunburn and discolouration problems.
Currently there's no promotion for now,i think..

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Postby chixchix » Wed, 21 Jan 2009 10:38 pm

i just went to buy from Watson...today at $39 ..forgot which one but the bottle box is dark blue in colour.... has anyone gotten any side effects ? read from the paper in the box, that it may cause diarrhea... :???:
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Postby chixchix » Sat, 24 Jan 2009 3:01 pm

anyone got any side effects like diarrhea ??? So use or discontinue ?
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Postby sleepydog » Sat, 24 Jan 2009 8:14 pm

Well, these pills really work! I used the pink colour one for about 2 weeks, noted my sunburnt skin mark faded away a little bit, but developed nausea, no diarrhea, have to discontinue the pills :(


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