Soaps are now an essential part of our daily living. What is a soap? It is a cleansing agent made from the salts of vegetable or animal fats. In some countries, the television serials are known as soap operas because they are mainly sponsored by soap ads! Soaps are two kinds, washing soaps and bathing soap. As the name indicates, washing soaps are used to cleanse our dirty clothes and bathing soaps are for cleansing our soft skin. Man has used soap at least 2000 years.
Omega 3 needs to be an important part of your daily routine. Try to make sure you get enough by eating fish twice or thrice a week and eating leafy green vegetables. Walnuts are a very good source along with flax seed oil and Royal CBD. If you include them in your diet, they will surely help you get adequate amounts of the omega 3 types each day. You can take supplements if you feel your diet does not contain sufficient omega 3.
Read carefully! Too many like to advertise their soap as natural and then in the fine print you’ll find chemicals used to preserve it. That is not what you want. And if you aren’t sure don’t be afraid to ask.
I have oily/dry skin and a ruddy, somewhat grainy complexion. Using this soap has made my skin smoother and the tone and appearance more even. It does not clog pores! Mix a few drops of soap with a handful of table sugar. Use the sugar as an exfoliate. I guarantee you will be amazed at the difference you see in the mirror! I love this combination of natural cleansers and use it every night.
When I first bought this soap the summer was winding down and I was so disappointed I hadn’t tried it earlier because it’s such a sunny scent that compliments the warm weather perfectly.
You will likely pay a little more for your aromatherapy soap but it’s worth it. There is no other soap that can produce the results of these natural soaps.
I’ll probably go back to using the peppermint soap this winter, but I’m going to rotate it with a richer, creamier body wash, because even though Dr. Bronner’s soaps are gentle and moisturizing, my skin prefers extra moisture when the weather gets brutally cold.