The Difference Between Regular Handmade Soap and industrial Soap

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The Difference Between Regular Handmade Soap and industrial Soap

To be labeled as ” handmade soap ” or ” high quality soap ” one must pay careful attention to the soaps used for making the soap and identify how the making process has been done. Often, commercial soap is made through the addition of harsh detergents and the filtering process which results in removing natural fats , which expose the skin to dryness and skin cancer. In handmade soap, the glycerin is not removed and most of the glycerin remains intact, resulting in a moisturizing effect as the natural soap oils are retained.

On the other hand, most industrial soaps remove the natural oils in the skin and leave the skin dry. The moisture in the skin is then removed to make the skin appear smooth and glowing. Some of the oils included in the making process are included in soap and detergents and are questionable. Especially undesirable are the surfactants , which are degenerative and are produced in a laboratory. They are pre- sterilized and generally are not exposed to sunlight, which penetrates the skin and results in premature aging. The making process of soap can be highly dangerous and can result in serious burns if not done right.

Before theproduction process,the basic ingredients are magically mixed at a regulated temperature and mixed in the right proportions. Often,Ingredients like, coconut oils , sesame oil, castor oil and other type of plant oils are added in the basic ingredients as a beneficial effect to the consumers.

The industry process is highlyuous with constant changes and variable results being widely advertised by the soap manufacturers. Sometimes they make false claims like the showing the improvement on dryness and moisturization in the first few weeks of using the soap. In the case of glycerin, some manufacturers add the glycerin to the basic oils added in the soap andarm cities which saves on the treatment. Some companies also use the inexpensive mineral of cane sugar as a substitute for the glycerin. While sugar cane sugar is natural and safe to use, it has less lauric acid than the natural glycerin.

We also can produce soaps in our own homes using recipes on how to make soap. Alcohol is used for the saponification process. After the saponification process the soap we see in the shops is the one we applied after. We can also modifiable the soap by adding extra ingredients like extra oils to suit our personal needs. Soaps are available in thick and thin form. The shop bought brand is in a solid bar, while the homemade soap is in a liquid soap.

With the various options of soap we can now focus on what is important to us as individuals. We want a safe product that is effective without damaging our skin. We can modify our home made soap to fit our need. Ingesting the benefits of the added natural ingredients helps enhance our confidence in our daily lives. As long as we are using the best soap for ourselves we can enjoy the benefits of having a good skin complexion at any age.

My favorite skin care ingredient is by far the tea tree oil. It is a natural ingredient that can be found in Australia. Tea tree oil is a potent antiseptic that can remove molds, bacteria, viruses and viruses. It can also be used to treat wounds and can prevent skin infection.

I recommend that you purchase high quality tea tree oil that is unrefined. At the end of the soap making process soap that is bought in stores have their additives removed. We know that sometimes soap is acidic and can cause some mild to severe skin irritation. For people with Perioral Dermatitis, the healing time from the prescription medications we get via prescription may be ten times as long as the healing time from home made pest control. If you have a serious skin condition like eczema or psoriasis, your doctor can prescribe you stronger medication stronger than the soap that is used normally.

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