What Is True Soap?

Pure soap is extremely basic. It’s made of oils, water and lye. Glycerin is produced when making soap from scratch, also known as saponification. This is all you need to properly cleanse your body without affecting your skin’s pH.

Artificial or store-bought soaps contain an array of detergents and chemicals. Glycerin can be eliminated because of its financial value and is sold to other businesses to be put in higher-end products for skincare. Then, other chemicals are used to make up for the Glycerin being taken out. What you buy will be a bar of chemicals which can cause irritation and alter your skin’s natural balance. It’s not soap! The chemicals will be passed on to your liver for processing to try and eliminate the body of these chemicals.

5 Benefits of Using Natural Soap

  1. You Know What You Are Putting on Your Skin!

Many people choose to use more eco-friendly, healthier solutions for skin care. We are keen to understand and be aware of what we are applying to our bodies. The skin is our biggest organ; anything touching it goes via our liver. The majority of homemade ingredients in the soap can be identified with just one breath. You’ll know precisely where the product was procured, its production, and the ingredients you absorb.

  • The soap you make yourself comprises the base oils, butter and lye, and other ingredients typically taken from nature.¬†Any natural additive could be put into homemade soap for the treatment of different skin issues and issues while reducing chemical consumption, leading to gorgeous skin.¬†Natural soap can help soothe irritated skin, often improving the appearance of eczema and psoriasis.
  • Soap that has been mass produced is awash with a chemical cocktail and harsh detergents that typically cause skin irritation clean, overly cleansed, and dry. Certain chemicals have been shown that cause cancer, including the chemical triclosan.

DIY soap is an option to consider for cleaning your skin.

More on Triclosan

  • FDA Bans Triclosan And 18 Other Chemicals From Soaps: Shots – Health News: NPR
    As the FDA declares, manufacturers haven’t provided evidence to show the chemicals are safe or efficient. The FDA says there’s no proof that they are more effective in preventing illness than ordinary detergent and drinking water.
  1. It Can Be Cruelty-Free

Because homemade soap is typically made in small kitchens or small shops, the ingredients are typically sourced and recycled safely and are not subjected to testing on animals. Even if you need to inquire about how the soap is made and how is made, you’ll receive a truthful answer.

Why would you back a company that ill-treats and abuses innocent animals? Particularly when the tests do not yield any conclusive results. Do you really have to know that soap squirting into a rabbit’s eyes hurts? Naturally, that could be hurtful. These tests are merely a way for us to learn to harm another living thing. If you’re looking to purchase Love Spell soap made by hand that is vegan, search for soaps that aren’t made with the ingredient tallow.

There is nothing better than natural soap that’s 100% handmade, made by hand with love and attention to detail in small quantities, chemical-free, non-vegan, and cruelty-free!

  1. It Contains Glycerin

Glycerin is a chemical that naturally occurs in the process of saponification that makes soap at home. It is incorporated into the soap that is made. Glycerin is similar to honey and is an organic humectant. It aids in retaining moisture within the skin. Glycerin is a major ingredient in soap made by hand, which helps to make it naturally moisturizing. Glycerin plays a role in keeping your skin moist and plump over long time periods.

Chemical-based soaps that are mass-produced remove Glycerin from the production process and then sell it off to other manufacturers for it to be used in lotions for skin.

  1. You Support Local Businesses

A lot of people are passionate about making soap, including me. Like any other craft or trade, we take satisfaction with our creations and products. We put lots of time and effort into the end recipe. If you purchase soap from a local manufacturer, it is a way to support an established local business and a local woman-owned business! And it’s simple to find the maker’s name online or at a craft fair or farmer’s markets.

From left to right, Baby Magic Castile soap, Honey & Oats soap, Vanilla soap, and Sugar Salt soap.

  1. It Has More Variety

You’ll never be bored of soap made from scratch. Ever. It’s impossible. There aren’t any limitations to the types of recipes that can be made, and most soap makers are willing to create customized blends upon request. Whatever the type of skin you have or your preferences, There is someone out there making soap with your name on it.

 

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