KBeaute Bleaching Whipped Scrub

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It is a common combination of Bleaching Agent and scrubs to deep exfoliate your skin. Our product has active ingredients that help your skin rejuvenate and exfoliate at the same time. It will give your skin radiance. It's a mild and delicate mixture to make sure that it is safe for your face and also safe for pregnant and lactating women. 


  • Removes whiteheads and blackheads
  • Treats and prevents acne
  • Dries up pimples
  • Removes dirt and oily skin
  • Anti-blemishes - Anti-aging
  • Removes dark spots
  • Removes dead skin cells
  • Minimizes wrinkles
  • Radiant, soft, smooth, and glowing skin 
  • Instant brightening effect if used continuously

How to use:

Scoop an ample amount of bleaching whipped scrub unto your palm then apply in the desired area. Gently rub it on your skin in a circular motion. Leave it on your skin/body for 15-30 minutes. Leave it longer as you desire. If you are using it on your face, apply it while doing a face massage for 1-2 minutes. Rinse your skin/face with soap then pat dry. Moisturize your skin with mild lotion to avoid dry skin. See the results in just 7 days.

Ingredients: Aqua, Cetostearyl, Propylene Glycol, Glycerine, Mineral Oil, Stearic acid, Dimelticone 100, Cyclomethicone, Papaine, Olive Oi. Jeju Aloevera, Niacinamide, Azegiyjic Optima, Alpha Arbutin. Titanium Dioxide,
Phenoxyethanol, Puen Scrubwhite, Fragrance

Shipping Information

Our on-line store is open 24/7 and we ship Monday through Friday, excluding some holidays. Orders received for products without shipping restrictions on its product page will ship the same business day when received before 12:00 p.m. PST. Orders in high demand will have an estimated production time listed on its product page and will ship according to the date listed.


The AAD recommends the following steps for patch testing a new skin care product:

  1. Apply the product to a small patch of skin where a person is unlikely to accidentally wash or rub it away. Good areas may include the inside of the arm or bend of the elbow.
  2. Apply the product to a quarter-sized patch of skin. A person should apply the product as thickly as they would when using it regularly.
  3. Leave the product on the patch of skin for as long as it would normally be on the skin. If a person is testing a product that they would usually wash off, such as a cleanser, they should keep the patch on for 5 minutes or as long as the instructions advise.
  4. Repeat the patch test twice a day for between 7–10 days. A reaction may not happen immediately, so it is important to continue applying the product for this length of time.
  5. If a person’s skin reacts to the product, they should wash it off as soon as possible and stop using it. A person can use a cool compress or petroleum jelly to relieve the skin if needed.

Skin care products may contain many different ingredients. Some of these ingredients can irritate a person’s skin or even cause an allergic reaction. By performing a patch test on a small area of skin, a person can see how their skin tolerates a product before committing to using the product over a larger area.


The seller of this item is not a dermatologist nor an expert in skincare. We aim to provide the best selling beauty products and we depend our judgement on which products to sell by reviewing the feedback of users and researching the products online. We are not familiar with the buyer’s skin type, condition, skin history, or sensitivity and can not make personal recommendations of any kind to any buyer. We are not liable for negative or damaging results that may be obtained by proper or improper use of this product on any person.

It is always best to consult your dermatologist before using a skincare product.


  • Do not use when pregnant or nursing
  • Keep of out reach of children

PLEASE NOTE THAT the packaging appearance of the item may not be exactly the same as shown in the pictures as the manufacture may change the look of the packaging every now and then; but the contents are the same.

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