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Natural soap versus Commercial soap

Natural soap is made from a reaction between water, lye, fats and oils. These fats and oil are turned into soap and glycerin by a chemical process called saponification. This process leaves you with pure natural soap. The natural soap ingredient list will have things like rice bran oil,mango butter,palm kernel flakes and vitamin E in them. A high quality organic handmade soap will always have glycerin in it. This is a compound that soothes and moisturizes the skin. Glycerin  helps the skin to remain soft and moist for a long period of time. No matter what type of skin you have natural soap and glycerin is good for your skin. Natural soap is healing to your body and your face if you have skin conditions such as acne, oily or dry skin.

Don’t forget about your pets. If you have a pet that has allergies and you have tried every prescription  to get them to stop scratching them self, natural soap is most likely the answer. Natural soap is crucial to your pets healthy coat and skin. Natural soaps are biodegradable and environmentally friendly. You can rest easy knowing that what goes down the drain won’t pollute the earth.

Commercial soaps are full of chemicals most of which will dry your skin.Things like sodium cocoyl isethionate, sodium cocoate, sodium laurel sulfate, sodium isethionate, sodium chloride and trisodium etidronate. These ingredients are de greasers and toxic to your body.They are detergents that remove the natural oils your skin needs be healthy.

Commercial soap makers remove the natural glycerin and sell it to make other various cosmetics products.this leaves you with nothing except chemicals, commercial dyes for color and fragrances made in a lab. Because of the commercial soap making process they cannot even call it soap it is a detergent. It must be called something like a beauty bar or anti aging bar.Your skin is the bodies largest organ and absorbs what ever it comes in contact with. The choice is yours.

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