Friday, February 27, 2009

The difference between Commercial Soap and Handmade Soap

Commercial soap is usually manufactured using synthetic detergents and chemicals that can strip away the skin's protective oils. One of the most beneficial by-products of the soap making process is the production of glycerin, a humectant that draws moisture to the skin. Large amounts of glycerin is removed in the commercial production process and used to make other beauty products. Only a small quantity of glycerin remains in commercially produced soaps. Commercially produced soaps are made with artificial ingredients, chemicals and harsh detergents.

Handmade soap however, completely incorporates and retains all of this natural glycerin, a major benefit in handmade soap. Glycerin attracts moisture to your skin and each bar of handmade soap you use is thereby providing your skin with more moisturizing properties than commercial soap. Also, handmade soaps which are blended with nature's own pure vegetable oils and butters, pure essential oils and organic botanicals. These ingredients are a healthier alternative for cleansing your precious skin. No artificial ingredients or chemicals are included in 100% natural, handmade soap.

3 comments:

Mistifaery said...

Thank you fro the article. I wasn't aware of that.

You make very AWESOME Soap, scrubs (my current favorite) and by far THE BEST chapstick ever!!!!! ;)

MarĂ­a said...

My god! I love your soaps: colors, designs, gifts boxes. Do you make yourself the wraps and boxes?
Greetings from Spain.

Aloquin said...

These soaps look amazing... beautiful!!! I can't wait to try them! :)