What are Hand Made Natural Soaps?
Moisturizing bars and Beauty bars have long been preferred by women because they have the word beauty and moisture. There colorful and attractive packaging can fool anyone, even the smartest of women. These bars although claiming to have the best of the best ingredients and promise to make the skin glow, provide nothing but temporary cleanliness while damaging you skin in the long-run. For example these “beauty” bars will not contain glycerin or will only include minimum, insufficient amount of it. The problem? Human skin needs glycerin because the bar has already dried your precious skin.
Other problem using this beauty bar contains artificial chemicals. Not all of them are bad, but not all of them are good either. They can cause itching, allergy and might even lead to illness. Some of them like triclosan have potential of causing cancer. Another problem comes when the soap’s residue and lather gets drained. The drained water, taking with it the chemicals, can further cause damage to the environment, including plants, animals and even to humans.
With all these problems caused by a single beauty bar, can you really say that these are your best bet to beauty and safe towards eco-system? With that said, those who really care for permanent beauty and the eco-system start looking for other options. They will find that the naturally handmade soaps are the best alternative there is. They are completely organic and as natural as the nature itself.
These soaps are free from all the chemicals and the harmful material included in the soap just to make more profit caring less about the environment. They include glycerin which your hands and body requires, and they provide these qualities without damaging the environment or without taking away any of the few good things, a beauty bar offers, like good lather.
There are a few companies that are manufacturing these luxury handmade soaps. You can find them easily with some searching over the internet. They might feel a little costly to you but the price is something a woman might be happily willing to pay, for her beauty and for the environment’s.