The latest Pantip drops have come under fire for their supposed whitening properties, and this post will try and shed some light on how to use them for your skin.

When we first heard about Pantip we thought it was the best option on the market, but the results we have seen so far have not been great.

Our first experience with the products was when we used them as a daily skincare regimen to whiten our skin.

While this was great, it was a quick and easy fix, and after several more trials and a few more hours in our skin, we realised that it was just not worth the risk.

Pantip’s Whitening Serum is a product that is designed to help you whiten your skin, but it does not work as well as a true whitening product.

I had been using this product for a few months and noticed a dramatic increase in the number of flakes falling out of my face.

However, this does not make it the best product for treating whitening skin.

If you’re not looking for the biggest bang for your buck, this is not the product for you.

The best option for whitening is a combination of Pantip and Rapid Whitening Primer.

The Primer helps with a better blend of ingredients that can be blended together in order to create a smooth and even finish.

Rapid Whiten is also a great option for those who are concerned about their skin looking shiny.

It’s a very subtle product that works very well to smooth and brighten your complexion, but if you want to whitening your skin quickly and efficiently, you might consider purchasing Rapid Whitening Cleansing Serum. 

The only downside is that the products are currently only available in Korea.

If the product becomes popular in the US, this could be an important feature for many brands in the future. 

Pantips Whitening serum comes in a two-pack, and while it does have a bit of a scent, the product is worth it for the high quality ingredients and its quick and simple ingredients.

If your skin has not been fully whitened, the best thing to do is to buy a quick fix like this. 

Pros of Pantips Whiten Serum:Price: $6.50 Value: $5.50  Ingredients:  Water, glycerin, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, glyceryl stearate, vitamin E  (CI 75499), glycerine, arbutin, phenoxyethanol, zinc oxide, glycolic acid, sorbitol, ethylhexylglycerin (ethylhexylene glycol) Packaging: Packaged in a small, square glass jar.

Price: 5.00 Value Ingredients: Water, stearic acid-methicone, butylene glycerinate, sodium hydroxide, propylene glycoalkylate, ethylene glyteride, glycosaminoglycine, butylphenylmethane, glycyrrhiza glabra (grapefruit) seed oil, glycereth-26, glycinin, dimethicone/vinylparaben, polymethyl methacrylate, hexylene glycinate, hexylparabens, methylparabent, propylparaboate, sodium benzoate, bisabolol, butyrospermum parkii (sugarcane) fruit extract, chrysanthemum dispermatum (spice) oil, buttermilk extract, fragrance Cons of Pantins Whitening:Price Value Ingredients:Water, ethoxydiglycol, dimethylsilylsilane, dimethyltryptamine, fragrance, polyglyceryl-3 diisostearate (PGD-6), ethylparisetriol, dipropylene glyposate, fragrance-free propylene oxide, polysorbate 60, glycoamidopropyl betaine, glycation Packager: Pioneer Company: Performing Cosmetic, Pinnacle Country of Origin: US  Brand Rating:  4