Why should you use natural handmade soaps?

Why should you use natural handmade soaps?

To what extent do you know the contents of the soaps you use on a daily basis?

The largest organ in the body, the skin is frequently the first to come into contact with and absorb toxins, chemicals, and other materials found in consumer goods. Frequently, the ingredients found in those products are obscured by lengthy, foreign names and difficult to read fine print on tiny labels. Cleaning and hand washing should be calming. Regretfully, a lot of commercial soap contains harsh ingredients or ones that are bad for the environment or you.

Natural ingredient soaps have been making a reappearance in recent years, and for good reason. The return of organic soaps to our skincare routines is a reflection of how Indian culture and our ancestors have always valued these components. The bride's skin is given a natural glow by applying haldi, or turmeric, on the day before the wedding. Indian herbs are amazing because they are free of chemicals and provide us with a pleasant, revitalizing sensation.

Organic soap is defined as soap composed of natural and plant-based ingredients. They don't include any sulfates, parabens, or dangerous chemicals. The preparation of these soaps is done by hand using cold-process techniques to guarantee that the skin stays supple and soft all day. All skin types can benefit from using organic soaps because they are mild on the skin and don't irritate, cause rashes, or trigger allergies. You can select the soaps that are most appropriate for treating your skin concerns based on those concerns.

What makes Mridukaya Oudh Handmade Soap from Tatvik Ayurveda better for the environment and you?

1. It made without chemicals and synthetics

The majority of commercial soaps aren't even real soap. They are similar to detergents and are frequently made with synthetic ingredients. These include substances that irritate and dry out the skin, such as triclosan, phthalates, parabens, and petrochemicals. Researchers have even connected some of these ingredients to cancer and hormone disruption.

Mridukaya Oudh Handmade Soap by Tatvik Ayurveda contains oils and natural oudh extract along with olive, jojoba, and raw organic honey.

2. It’s not harmful to waterways

Most handmade soaps contain natural ingredients that decompose naturally. In the meantime, fish and other living things are harmed by the artificial chemicals in commercial soaps, such as phosphorus, which leak into rivers and lakes.

3. Glycerin provides longer-lasting and improved hand hydration

Glycerin, a naturally occurring fat type found in plants, hydrates and soothes the skin in an organic way. In order to extend the shelf life of their products, many commercial soap manufacturers remove the glycerin from them. It might be a detergent if the soap's label states "body wash" or "body bar".

5. It’s 100% plant-based and not tested on animals

Many handcrafted soaps are entirely plant-based and don't include any dairy, animal fats, or other similar ingredients. They are most likely free of cruelty because the small companies that make them typically don't test on animals.

6. It comes from small businesses

Buying handmade soap from nearby companies helps sustain the local economy. Commercial soap manufacturers frequently use machines rather than humans to create their goods in factories.

7. Its packaging is often sustainable

Handmade soap is typically packaged without plastics, but many commercial soaps come in glossy, heavily printed plastic boxes or single-use plastic bottles.

Allow our additives to introduce themselves 

We all have our own unique quirks. Since what's inside matters when it comes to skincare and hygiene, we can only assume that you do too. For this reason, we force you to decide before you purchase.   

  1. Oudh Extract – Because of its exceptional warming and calming qualities, steam distillation is used to extract the pure essential extract of oudh, a valuable and uncommon wood resin. Its wonderful scent also lingers on the skin for hours.
  2. Jojoba Oil – Making soap with jojoba oil is a great way to give your finished product moisturizing and conditioning qualities.
  3. Olive Oil – Its extract shields your skin from vitamin E nourishment and aids in delaying the appearance of aging.
  4. Raw Organic Honey – An excellent source of antioxidants that enhances skin.

Tatvik Ayurveda A range of lovingly and passionately made organic handmade soaps are available at Bath and Body. We also think that the foods you eat are reflected in your skin. Instill the habit of consuming fruits and vegetables that you grow yourself, and never forget that your inner beauty is what really matters.

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