Tura Germicidal Medicated Soap is a very good bathing soap that works like magic. It gets rid of skin conditions, evens out your skin complexion and makes your body healthy and satin-smooth.
It is good for acne, as it deeply cleanses and clears clogged pores and makes your skin soft and visibly smooth. If you have been suffering from stubborn acne without solution, this tura medicated soap is definitely your final bus stop.
This soap is good for people suffering from body odour. It eliminates the sweat and musty odour in the armpits and groin area. With this soap you can finally say goodbye to body odour.
After using this soap for many years as my goto solve skin problems, I met a friend who suffers from severe heat rashes every summer and I advised her to try it and see if it will work on it.
She has been grateful to me ever since because according to her, she has gone to many doctors and have tried all kinds of medications, soaps, tube creams and lotions, all to no avail. But tura germicidal medicated soap finally cured her.
This soap fades dark spots and heals eczema. It works wonders in clearing boils, stretch marks, blemishes, pimples, freckles, white patches, blackheads, sunburns, wrinkles, razor bumps, age spots, scars, dandruff and lice in your hair.
The only downside of tura germicidal medicated soap is that it stinks. It has a very strong smell that lingers for long. Apart from that, it is a really good soap that lathers very well and makes your skin squeaky clean, clearer and youthful looking.
Tura Soap Ingredients:
Aqua, Malic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Triclosan, Butylene Glycol, Grape Extract, Scutellaria Root Extract, Mulberry Root Extract, Disodium EDTA, Sodium Tallowate, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Metabisulphite, Sodium Sulphite, CI 74160 and Perfume.
Tura Soap Side Effects:
1: It can cause swelling
2: It can cause skin itching
3: It can cause eye irritation
4: It can cause skin irritation
5: It can cause skin break out
6: It can cause skin sensitivity
7: It can cause excessive sweating
Tura Soap Benefits:
1: It is used to treat acne
2: It is used to heal eczema
3: It is used to clear rashes
4: It is used to clear pimples
5: It is used to lighten the skin
6: It is used to clear dark spots
7: It is used to clear blemishes
8: It is used to heal razor bumps
9: It is used to fade stretch marks
10: It is used to get rid of body odour
Is Tura Soap Good For The Face?
Yes, it is very good for the face.
Is Tura Soap Good For Oily Skin?
Yes, it is very good for people with oily skin.
Is Tura Soap Good For Dry Skin?
No, it is not good for people with dry skin.
Is Tura Soap Good For Sensitive Skin?
No, it is not advisable for sensitive skin.
Is Tura Soap Good For Fair Skin?
Yes, it is good for light skin people.
Is Tura Soap Good For Dark Skin?
Yes, it is good for dark skin people.
Does Tura Soap Contain Hydroquinone?
No, it doesn’t contain hydroquinone.
Does Tura Soap Contain Mercury?
Yes, it contains mercury.
Does Tura Soap Lighten The Skin?
Yes, it lightens the skin.
Does Tura Soap Cure Acne?
Yes, it clears acne from the skin.
Can Tura Soap Cure Eczema?
Yes, it clears eczema from the skin
Can Tura Soap Cure Pimples?
Yes, it clears pimples from the skin.
Can Tura Soap Clear Stretch Marks?
Yes, it clears stretch marks scars.
How Good Is Tura Soap:
It is a good soap that repairs, restores and also clears your skin problems within a short of time.
How To Use Tura Medicated Soap:
Wet the soap, lather it up and apply all over your body. Let it sit on your skin for some minutes before you wash it off. Then dry with a clean towel and apply some moisturizer afterwards.
How To Know Original Tura Soap:
(1). The original tura soap is blueish in color and doesn’t dissolve easily in water but the fake ones melts down easily when water touches it.
(2). The smell of the original tura soap is very strong. It stinks when you perceive it. But the fake ones has a mild fragrance that doesn’t last.
Why Was Tura Soap Banned?
Tura germicidal medicated soap was banned because it contains a high amount of mercury.
Tura Soap Price In Nigeria:
It cost N300 in markets and cosmetics shops.