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Choose the Best Bath Soap!

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Word “Soap” is associated with feelings of freshness, originality and health dewiness. There is a long list of ingredients recommended to use in soap-making for their potent medical uses. Wither you …

Word “Soap” is associated with feelings of freshness, originality and health dewiness. There is a long list of ingredients recommended to use in soap-making for their potent medical uses. Wither you are buying an antibacterial soap or a beauty soap it is important to have a cross check on the ingredient level.

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  • 1. 20 Most Wanted Natural Soap Ingredients No More Worries On How To Choose The Best Bath Soap!
  • 2. Introduction Tea Tree oil Eucalyptus oil Avocado oil Coconut oil Castor oil Cottonseed oil Olive oil Palm oil Peanut oil Sweet almond oil Jojoba oil Shea Butter Aloe Vera Honey Oatmeal Grapefruit seed extract Carrot oil Lemon Hemp oil Sunflower oil
  • 3. Tea Tree Oil Its antiseptic, antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties make it one essential component for making best antibacterial shower soap. Tea tree oil transmits a pleasant aroma and soothes the skin with its natural healing properties.
  • 4. Eucalyptus Oil Benefits of eucalyptus oil are associated with its anti- inflammatory, antispasmodic, decongestant, antiseptic, antibacte rial, stimulating, and other medicinal properties. Eucalyptus essential oil is a good antiseptic owing to its germicidal characteristics. It also provides cooling and refreshing feeling to your skin.
  • 5. Avocado oil Avocado oil is a very famous soap ingredient. Oil expressed from the flesh is rich in vitamins A, B, and E (all the essential skin nourish elements). This oil is considered non-allergenic and is known as a skin softener. Avocado oil also prevents skin damaging from harmful rays of the sun.
  • 6. Coconut Oil Many people use coconut oil for soap making because of the incredible moisturizing abilities. Being so moist and with its healing properties, many people (including yours truly) have had success treating eczema and related skin conditions with the daily use of coconut oil. It keeps the skin from drying out, fights infection, and reduces the itching.
  • 7. Castor oil The anti-inflammatory properties of Castor Oil make it an excellent ingredient to be used in soap making. Ringworm is known to be a stubborn condition to treat, but one of the active compounds of Castor Oil (Undecylenic Acid) has been found to be very effective at treating this fungal infection.
  • 8. Cotton-Seed Oil Cotton seed oil also has emollient properties that can smooth and soften rough skin. Soap-makers recommend using soap that contains no more than 25 percent cotton seed oil because of its tendency to spoil. Like other oils used in soaps, cotton seed oil can leave skin soft and silky.
  • 9. Olive oil Soap making advantage of using this vital oil is its skin-softening benefits. Olive oil soothes the pain of mild sunburn by helping skin retain its moisture; another usage of this oil is to treat acne prone skin. It is also suitable to sensitive skin type.
  • 10. Palm Oil Palm oil is very popular among soap makers for its miracle skin benefits. Palm oil is different from other oils, it tend other hard oils into saponification quickly. Whereas you have to limit amounts of other oils that produce a hard bar (coconut and palm kernel for example), palm can be used as a large portion of your base oils.
  • 11. Peanut Oil Peanut oil for soap making is a traditional way. Such soaps are best for treating dry skin and itching. This oil adds a stable lather and conditioning properties to the soap at a relatively within budget than other soap making oils.
  • 12. Sweet almond Oil Sweet almond oil adds a nice richness and somewhat silky feel to the soap. With high concentrations of vitamin E. it is one of the most talked about soap oil in beauty and health industry. One of its uncommon properties is ability to heal when used on the skin wounds.
  • 13. Jojoba Oil Jojoba oil is an essential soap ingredient. It has antimicrobial properties, which means it has ability to kill the growth of bacterial and fungal infection causing factors on the skin. It also helps encouraging healing of the damage skin.
  • 14. Shea Butter Shea Butter in soap making has its skin care and medicinal benefits. It is rich in vitamin A, which makes it a suitable ingredient to fight with skin conditions like eczema, acne, dermatitis etc. It makes the best moisturizer for cracking skin.
  • 15. Aloe Vera Alove vera in soap boost you skin with its immense healing powers and ability to deal with different skin troubles like rashes etc. These natural ingredients in soap keep skin glowing and healthy over the long term.
  • 16. Honey Honey is reported to provide all required nourishment for the skin. Honey aides in hydration and enhance anti-bacterial effect of soap. Honey is also known for its anti-aging effects, which is because of its antioxidants.
  • 17. Oatmeal Oatmeal because of anti-inflammatory properties is perfect for most skin types. Oatmeal soap is also known for relieving itching and skin inflammation. It especially soothes itching from poison oak, rashes, and insect bites.
  • 18. Grapefruit Seed Extract Grapefruit seed extract, due to its natural antioxidant properties has become popular among soap makers. It is known for its powerful natural antiseptic, antiviral and anti-fungal agent. It helps to treat skin infections like staph naturally.
  • 19. Carrot Root Oil Carrot root oil is rich in vitamin A and beta-carotene. It has dynamic antioxidant and soothing skin properties. Carrot seed oil in soap is helpful dealing with rejuvenating mature skin, wrinkles, scars, eczema and aging.
  • 20. Lemon Lemon is a wonderful cleaning agent and has natural disinfection properties. Numerous benefits of lemon in soap include relieving pimples, curing of itching and skin disease, tighten and smooth the skin, whitening skin, eliminates body odor.
  • 21. Hemp Oil Hemp oil is supportive in easing the symptoms of skin conditions like acne, psoriasis and eczema. Its antioxidant properties, allow you to detoxify and clean your skin, as well as evening out your skin tone.
  • 22. Sunflower Oil Sunflower oil is very rich in vitamin E, provides skin conditioning for dry skin. Sunflower oil has comparatively petty texture and is easily absorbed by skin, making it excellent for use in soaps and other beauty products.
  • 23. Thank YouSupported By: http://www.defensesoap. com

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