Aleppo soap 20%, soap blocks with 20% laurel oil (produced in Syria)
The benefits and uses of bay leaf soap: The traditional bay leaf soap is soft and beneficial, especially for sensitive or infected skin. This soap is 100% vegetable, without the addition of synthetic fragrances or dyes. These soaps are handcrafted from olive oil and bayberry oil according to an ancient tradition. Contains absolutely no animal fats, olive oil, tallow, paint, perfumes, flavors, detergent or similar additives. The special properties and effects of the soap have been known for thousands of years and therefore the soap is still a favorite with the local population! It is recommended to keep your soap on a soap tray made of wood or bamboo, these are also available in the webshop.
WHAT PERCENTAGE OF LAURIER OIL SHOULD I CHOOSE?
The percentage of Laulier Berry Oil in the Aleppo Soap determines the strength of the action described above. The higher the percentage of bay laurel oil, the more powerful the soap. Very troubled skin will benefit from a soap with 40% bay leaf oil, but Aleppo Soap with 5% bay leaf oil has an excellent effect on normal or slightly troubled skin. Take a good look at which soap suits your skin best. If you are not (yet) familiar with Aleppo soap, it is advisable to start with a low percentage because it generally works very well.
Traditional Aleppo soap blocks 200 grams The fresh weight of the soap is approximately 200 grams each and can vary due to the traditional cutting technique (see production process). The riper the soaps, the drier they are. Therefore, the original weight decreases.
Use: Suitable for the daily cleaning of hair and body. The skin remains soft and smooth due to the moisturizing properties of olive oil. Regular use of this soap can improve the appearance of the skin, supported by the natural ingredients. Traditionally, Aleppo soap is used in Syria for skin problems and blemishes. Additional information Do not swallow and avoid eye contact. Let the soap dry after use. - Pure vegetable soap - High level of vitamin E - Antibacterial