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Ten natural charcoal soaps for a healthy skin

By , People Daily Digital
Thursday, October 21st, 2021 00:00 | 3 mins read
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1. Charcoal soap

Charcoal soap is a detox superstar that draws pollutants, bacteria, and toxins from the body. It has the amazing ability to control facial oil.

It is also effective in the removal of dead cells, thus providing clean and flawless skin.

Activated charcoal soap is also known to be highly beneficial in the treatment of acne.

It not only aids the removal of toxins, but also removes skin impurities thus helping in the treatment of acne. It even clears facial marks resulting from acne.

2. Ginger soap

Because of the powerful antiseptic properties of ginger, ginger soap eliminates acne-causing bacteria that clog pores to clear up skin imperfections and reduce the inflammation caused by unsightly blemishes. This soap will come to the rescue if you are suffering from skin burns.

3. Garlic soap

Because of the anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties of garlic, garlic soap is effective against acne and its after-effects.

It softens the skin making it silkier. Apart from that, its fine pleasant foam restores shine and brightness to your skin.

Additionally, garlic is an amazing fungus remover, assists in eradicating yeast infection, psoriasis, blemishes, bacteria, excellent for controlling difficult acne breakouts, hormonal acne, and athlete’s foot.

5. Tumeric soap

Turmeric has been used as a natural beauty product for centuries. It is a natural way of treating several skin problems and getting flawless, glowing skin.

Because of this, turmeric soap helps to battle acne and restore skin to its natural healthy glow.

It also helps provide Vitamin E to moisturise and revitalise your skin cells. It also lightens the skin and because of that, it is being used in treating age spots and other pigmentation issues.

6. Rice soap

Rice soap imparts a whitening effect to the skin. It leaves a gentle glow on your face.

The soap helps to even your skin tone when used regularly. It helps lighten scars and other dark spots on your face.

It makes for a good skin moisturising agent. Rice soap seals your skin with good moisture and helps eliminate excess oil secretion.

When combined with honey, rice milk soap can leave your skin soft, smooth and supple. You can mix rice milk with almond paste to make an effective body scrub.

Alternately, you can mix it with gram flour. Rice milk cures dark lips, if used regularly. It also soothes your skin from sun burns

7. Moringa soap

Moringa soap helps bring back balance to natural skin colour and tone. It also cleanses and detoxifies the skin.

It has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, protects the skin from the environment, and prevents premature aging of the skin.

Because moringa is rich in vitamin A and c, which whitens the skin as well as unsaturated fatty acids that keep skin soft even, daily use of moringa soap encourages healthier-looking young and radiant skin.

8. Castor oil soap

There are innumerable castor oil soap benefits: It is rich in ricinoleic acid, which helps in fighting the skin bacteria that cause acne.

It easily penetrates the skin layers and makes the skin smooth, supple to vitalise it naturally.

Moreover, castor oil soap heals inflamed skin, prevents stretch marks, and reduces pigmentation.

9. Goat milk soap

Goat milk soap contains compounds that may exfoliate your skin. Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) are used to treat a variety of skin conditions, such as scars, age spots, and hyperpigmentation, due to their natural ability to exfoliate.

Lactic acid, a naturally occurring AHA found in goat milk soap, has been shown to gently remove the top layer of dead skin cells, allowing for a more youthful complexion.

What’s more, lactic acid is known as one of the gentlest AHAs, making it a suitable option for those with sensitive skin.

Moreover, goat milk soap is gentle and may help maintain the skin’s moisture.

10. Olive oil soap

Olive oil soap is considered to be one of the best treatments for dry skin as its moisturising properties help to soften the skin texture, hold moisture and nourish it without interfering with natural skin function.

It is suitable for a natural body wash for those with sensitive or dry skin as it has a lower pH than most ‘mainstream’ soaps. It is also considered to be the mildest of all soaps.

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