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Loaded with enriching ornage, oatmeal and Almond extracts, this scrub soap helps in effectively cleaning dead skin cells & blackheads. It also imparts a polished effect to the skin.
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Benefits of Herbal Soaps
Herbal extracts have been here for centuries. Their goodness has been well researched and clinically proven. They are natural antioxidants, antiseptics, antimicrobial and known to prevent various skin diseases and help the immune system. The most important factor riding in their favor is that herbal extracts do not have any side effects and can be taken orally or topically over a long period of time. One of the most commonly used cosmetic is soap. Soap is used every day by everyone for various purposes. Though the fact that most soaps have dangerous chemicals in them is not widely known to people. These chemicals can be drying and can cause many skin allergies. They also aid infection and exacerbate them. Above all, these chemical soaps block pores of the skin, thus inhibiting the skin from breathing. All this makes the skin age faster and hampers its renewal process. Then why do we continue using these chemical products. A safe alternative to these chemical based soaps are herbal soaps. Nature has provided us with many natural ingredients as remedies for a range of ailments. These ingredients termed as herbal are extracted from plants.
Herbal extracts have multifaceted benefit. Discussed here are the benefits of different herbal extracts:
Aloe Vera: Aloe Vera is a truly medicinal extract, useful in many skin disorders. Its juices are known to be antifungal and kill yeast in the skin.
Arnica Flower: The extract of this flower is exceptional in its wound healing capabilities.
Barberry: Barberry is an antifungal ingredient and useful in skin infections.
Basil: Basil is known for its anti bacterial properties and used in soap it cures the skin of rashes and prevents bacterial growth. It also helps in minor skin irritations.
Chamomile: Chamomile has a very calming scent and is anti-inflammatory and antibacterial. It is effective in treatment of acne, diaper rash, bruises and skin irritations.
Calendula: Calendula has hydrating and antiseptic properties. Hence it is used for treatment of eczema and other skin rashes.
Cardamom: Cardamom is native to Asia. This herb has a fresh warm spicy scent. When added to soaps, the finely ground cardamom improves circulation and is warming, uplifting, and energizing.
Cinnamon: (Cinnamomum zeylanicum): This spice will add a gentle warm speckled brown color to your natural soap, bath body and spa products. Powdered cinnamon adds a warm, spicy scent; cinnamon is believed to reduce stress and is used as an astringent and a stimulant in bath products.
Citrus Peel: (Citrus spp.): Finely grated citrus peels add delicate flecks to natural soap, bath body and spa products; it also acts as a mild exfoliant. Ground Citrus peels are a wonderful refreshing, cleansing and aromatic addition to natural soaps and body products.
Clove buds: (syzygium aromaticum): strongly scented and has a hot sweet spicy scent that is uplifting and mentally stimulating in small amounts. This is a wonderful spice to scent holiday soaps, although clove can be a skin irritant in sensitive skin.
Green tea: Green tea is rich in antioxidants and flavonoids and indoles, these are substances that help boost our immunity and are proven disease fighters.
Juniper berry: (Juniperus communis): These dried berries of the juniper tree ass an interesting textural effect to soaps as well as imparting their rich deep color.
Lavender: Lavender has a very relaxing fragrance and has a calming effect on people. It is especially beneficial as an antidepressant supplements.
Loofa: (Luffa cylindrical): is a wonderful natural exfoliator when added to handmade soaps. The loofa makes a wonderful bath sponge as well and is suitable for even sensitive skin. The loofa helps to improve circulation.
Neem: Neem extract is exceptional in the sense that it works to control excess sugar in the bloodstream and thus it prevents most skin disorders. Soap with neem extract is antiseptic, antibacterial and effective in preventing many skin disorders.
Nettle leaves: (urtica dioica): stinging nettles. Traditionally were used as a hair shampoo, as they have a reputation for eliminating dandruff and preventing hair loss. This is great to add to natural soap shampoo bars.
Poppy seeds: (papaver somniferum): Whether use white or blue poppy seeds are used, they both will add a nice speckled effect to handmade soaps while gently cleansing and stimulating the skin. They are also a wonderful, natural, and gentle exfoliator in handmade soaps.
Peppermint: Peppermint is known for its cooling properties and hence is a very good soap for summers. It is also useful for itchy conditions such as rash and insect bites.
Rosemary: Rosemary extract is also very soothing and aids as an anti fungal agent.
Sandalwood: Sandalwood is known for calming effect and is also beneficial in removing skin blemishes
Tea Tree oil: Tea tree oil is especially beneficial in treatment of acne and rashes. It is known for its soothing properties.
Turmeric: Turmeric has been traditionally used for ages for its antiseptic properties. Used in soap it prevents skin rashes and skin infection and also assists in improving complexion and making the skin smooth.
Wheat germ: (tricticum vulgare): is a gentle exfoliator that will also soften and sooth sensitive skin.
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