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10 REASONS FOR LOVING HANDMADE SOAP

Natural handmade soaps have a lot to love-environmentally friendly, affordable, skin-friendly, unprocessed, protected from harmful additives and carefully crafted.

Unfortunately, the choices offered to customers tend to concentrate on the luscious, beautiful and beautifully designed properties of hand-made soaps. It began in the eighties. Liquid soaps and body-washed store shelves swamped with enticing plastic packaging and news for the customer.

Bar soaps were taken apart when customers said that liquid soaps looked in their bathrooms and kitchens in clean, elegant packaging and superior to their powerful counterparts. Mass-produced products with no regard to product consistency or skin care were the only bar soaps available on the shelves.

But happily, people care about their skin and their climate! Handmade soap bars have come back over the past couple of years.


There are 10 big reasons for taking advantage of handmade soap

1. More environmentally friendly 

There are multiple reasons why life on our planet is significant, and plastics are right there. It’s a GREAT challenge. Today, the amount of plastic that customers carry to their homes is gradually being recognized. Liquid soap and shampoo are sold to create needless waste in plastic containers.

2. You need not strip natural oils 

Research has shown that the most effective way to minimize the spread of germs and diseases is by regular and proper hand washing. Use a natural hand crafted soap bar to make your skin soft and will not extract natural oils from your skin.

3. Ideal for microbiome of the skin

Since liquid soap companies have influenced the consumers in changing the way they buy soaps, they have encouraged their soaps and body washes as hygienically more hygienic. It is true that germs on the outside of the soap bar can be detected, but under water they wash away. Moreover, most of these bacteria are not inherently dangerous but rather help us keep the numerous germs and bacteria in our environment healthy. The skin’s oils contain the bulk of dirt and germs.Water can not wash the dirt from the skin by itself, but requires an ingredient such as soap to break down the surface tension of the water, bind to the dirt and make it clean by the water.

4. ‘Made with cold’ oils that your skin needs 

The conventional cold system uses hand-made soap in small quantities. This process uses little appliance that enables the soap maker to choose the best oils and other ingredients. The Soap Bar provides a gentle washing tube, mixing skin-loving oils in attentive proportions. This method of cold processing helps the soap to preserve the natural glycerin that gives natural skin emollients.

5. Financial Costs 

Handmade soap is economical: it will dry up completely and last a long time when you hold your handmade soap on a well drained soap dish. Handcrafted soaps are strong sticks, mostly water is liquid soap and body washing. Why pay additional fees for soap with water?

6. You sound great. 

Handcrafted soaps have a rich and scented lather. The soap bar adds clays and botanicals to the soaps, helping to make the lather feel smooth and silky. The handmade soaps are fragrant with the combination of essential oils that give your skin a gentle and soft fragrance.

7. Kind to your skin

Handmade soap bars contain a moisture-resistant ingredient: glycerine. Trade soaps leave the skin dry and itchy for many people — not only because of what’s in the soap, but also because of what is not in it. Glycerin is a popular ingredient in the pharmaceutical industry and has industrial soap withdrawn. Commercial soaps are packed with many needless additives to mimic the lather which good soap naturally provides. Many consumer soap bars have been added to the lateral detergent ingredients.

8. Free from palm oil

No palm oil is used for our homemade soaps. The Indonesian and Malaysian rain forests are decimated by palm-oil production, thus endangering orangutans natural habitats. Palm oil must not be used, but it is one of the least costly soap oils to use. (Traditionally, palm oil soap and olive oil extract are primarily made, hence the name.)

9. Unprocessed

Handcrafted soap using the cold process method, as described. There is a lot of manufacturing of industrial soaps. The soap will undergo different processes to dry, scrub, and then pull the bars together until the soap is produced and the glycerin has been extracted.

10. ‘Think globally, act locally’

The foundation of our economy is small business. If you buy hand-made soap from the Soap Bar you help a local company and keep your money in the local economy.