Why Should You Use Handmade Soap

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According to Ayurveda, Bathing is a therapeutic activity that promotes healing. Bathing is considered a complex process that begins with an oil massage. The use of several herbal powders to exfoliate the skin and scrub away the oils effectively. These aromatic oils and powders not only cleanses the body but also aids in removing mental blocks, leaving one feeling well relaxed.

Growing Popularity Of Handmade Soaps: Handmade soaps are fast becoming the preferred choice of skin care over conventional soaps, owing to their use of all natural ingredients. These handmade soaps re generally made of natural oils (like coconut oil, olive oil, avocado oil, etc), coca butter/ shea butter, essential oils and other such ingredients that nourish the skin. It also helps cleanse the skin like, but being mild in nature, it doesn't pose any harm to the skin.

Glycerine, a natural byproduct of handmade soap, is an excellent humectant. So Glycerine, handmade soap moisturised the skin. Most commercial soaps extract this naturally occurring glycerine for use in other beauty products like lotions, screams, etc.

Natural Handmade Soaps vs Commercial Soaps: Natural soaps are primarily made from a chemical reaction between water, lye, fats and oils. When mixed together, these ingredients react with each other- in a process called 'Saponification', to produce soap and glycerine.

Commercially produced soaps on the other hands are manufactured by combining a number of chemicals, including several petroleum products. These products often contain preservatives, synthetic fragrances and other chemical compounds that do more harm than good.

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