Skin/Cleaning/Hand Soap

Aleppo soap is 100% natural and vegetable. Basic ingredients of Aleppo Soap are olive oil and bay berry oil. The latter has a very good effect on problem skin. Because Aleppo soap is made from natural products and chemical ingredients have been omitted, Aleppo is suitable for every skin type.

The percentage of laurel oil in the Aleppo soap indicates the intensity of the soap. The higher the percentage, the stronger the effect of the bayberry oil. However, the percentage of laurel oil does not exceed 40%, in order to maintain the effectiveness and good cleansing properties of the olive oil contained. Do you use the soap daily? Then go for a slightly lower percentage and always try a small area of ​​the skin first.

Aleppo Soap with extra added ingredients can make the soap even more effective and pleasant. The added ingredients to these soaps from Aleppo each have a specific property with their own effective effect for troubled and sensitive skin. Discover for yourself which Scented Aleppo Soap suits you best in terms of effect and scent.

Washing your hands with soap is one of the most effective ways to avoid getting sick or spreading pathogens. By regularly washing your hands with soap and water, you reduce the chance that you or someone around you will become ill.

All soap is basically the same, namely a cleaning agent that has a grease-dissolving effect in combination with water. It is caused by saponification of a fat (acid) with lye. Yet there are many different types of soap. All kinds of ingredients can be used for the fat. Here at Supernaturals we have many soaps based on olive oil, for example, coconut oil , castor oil and argan oil . All our soaps are gentle on the hands due to the high percentage of oil they contain. This way your hands are not only clean, but they smell nice and feel wonderfully soft. Do you want some extra care? Then take a look at our butters and hand creams .

Did you know: The English word Soap probably owes its name to Mount Sapo in Rome. The word sapo, Latin for soap, first appeared in Pliny the Elder's Historia Naturalis. The first soap was made by Babylonians around 2800 BC.


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