But to decide if the Soaps availiable in the stores are 100% Natural,check the tips below⬇️⬇️
❌For start its important to understand the majority of cleaning products sold in stores under the name SOAP are not soaps at all. They are more accurately described as synthetic chemical detergents containing synthetic fragrance oils, dyes and harsh ingredients like triethanolamine. Which can be harmful to both your eyes and lungs.
✔Soap is a product made through the reaction of saponification. Basic ingredients areFat Acids+ Lye. Depending on the types of soap made, it can be KOH or NaOH.Such soaps can be created using cold or hot processes. Both are natural by itself unless the producer uses synthetic colors & scents or other adding.☝️
🌿How to KNOW if SOAP IS NATURAL? 🍃
➡️More likely it won’t be snow-white: when you add herbal broths, soap turns dark. The only exemption is soap made on 100% coconut oil or with adding of salts.❌ Usually, factory-made soap gets its from titanium dioxide.➡️Most likely it won’t crystal clear. Surely, you can add alcohol, sugar syrup and glycerin, however, it still won’t be as see-through as the soap base.❌Crystal clear soaps are mostly made by Melt& Pour Method.
➡️If the soap uses natural dyes such as coffee, cocoa, or sea buckthorn oil, it most likely won’t have bright saturated color.❌Bright colors are usually in soaps, made with food coloring or cosmetic pigments.
➡️If the soap has a long-lasting fragrance, most likely it was made with odorants (a complex mixture of synthetic and semi-synthetic tracks), and not essential oils. ❌Remember, not everything that you can smell in real life can preserve the fragrance: freshly cut grass, cherry in chocolate, etc. Check first, whether there is an actual essential oil, made from that particular flower or plant.