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GIVEAWAY ALERT: The 5 Soaps of Miss Kat

Miss Kat Soap is a new entrant into the bath products market.  And boy, do they hold a lot of promise!  J

Miss Kat Soap at the Noel Discovery Bazaar

Touted as a 100% vegetable soap, these wonderful products are biodegradable as they contain no artificial hardeners, harmful colorants, artificial bubble enhancers and preservatives that may be dangerous to you and the environment.

Their launch at the Noel Discovery Bazaar proves just how much promise this brand has.  Starting off with 5 wonderful soap types, there's surely one to meet and address your skin's needs.

If you're like me and are at a lost what to buy first, then this Miss Kat Soap gift pack, containing samples of all 5 of their products, will surely whet your appetite.  And at only Php199, it also makes a great Christmas gift!

Miss Kat Soap gift pack

The 5 soaps of Miss Kat

Egytian 24K Gold face & body bar

At a Cosmopolitan magazine-sponsored worshop I attended years ago, then editor-in-chief Myrza Sison (yes, it was that long ago J) mentioned that whitening products do not really "whiten" our skins.  Instead it just brightens and eventually returns it to our original skin tone (the one we had as a wee bebe.)

Miss Kat Soap's Egyptian 24K Gold face & body bar (a full bar of which sells for Php208) will, likewise, make your skin look radiant and glowing.  Known as an exotic radiant bar, it's brightening ingredients will leave you blooming after every wash.

Egyptian 24K gold face & body bar

Moroccan Argan face & body bar

Suffering from dry, itchy skin?  Then the Moroccan Argan face & body bar (full bar also selling for Php208) is the one for you.  With it's intense moisturizing ingredients, this bar will help reduce fine lines, and heal and soothe dry skin problems and irritations. 

Moroccan Argan face & body bar

With continued use, this bar can also heal existing acne blemishes and eventually prevent the emergence of new ones. 

The 3-in-1 back-to-basic facial bar

I'll be the first to admit that my facial regiment is almost non-existent.  Mainly because I'm just too darn lazy to follow one.  And I'm sure I'm not the only one in this predicament.  Well, Miss Kat Soap's 3-in-1 back-to-basic facial bar (full bar selling for Php188) is the answer to our prayers.

3-in-1 bar

As the name implies, this bar cleans, tones and gently moisturizes the skin.  It leaves one with that soft, silky skin we all love to touch.

The A.M. and P.M. face & body bars

Their A.M. and P.M. face & body bars are designed to prevent and alleviate acne and bacne outbreaks.

A.M. and P.M. face & body bar

Offered as a set for Php338, since both soaps compliment each other.  The A.M. bar is used to clear moderate acne and bacne while exfoliating and regulating your skin's oilyness.  Pimples dry out fast and visible results can be seen in just 3 days.

On the other hand, the P.M. bar, to be used before bedtime, washes away acne and bacne marks, and tones and tightens the skin.

Since all 5 Miss Kat soaps are 100% natural, you can bet it's safe for all skin types.  Looking good has never been this hassle-free.  J

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Miss Kat Soap will be available online at www.onlyskin.com.ph starting December. 2011  For the meantime, you may check out their FB page at www.facebook.com/MissKatSoap.

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And now for the fun part.  I'm giving away a set of Miss Kat Soap's A.M. and P.M. face & body bars to one reader of The Average Jane.

The PRIZE!

To join, simply accomplish the following:




That's it!  Open to all my readers with a valid Philippine mailing address since I will be shipping the prizes over.

Sali naJ

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