If the same old soap scents in the market bore you, these natural, handmade varieties are just what you need to add a wacky element to your bathroom
Soaps are versatile toiletry items. From fruity fragrances to skin-loving ingredients like aloe, almonds and milk, you see all kinds in the market to tempt us. Yet, organic soaps are hard to come by, for chemically laced soaps can dry out your skin, even if they have oodles of moisturising contents.
Seeking gourmet and organic soap bars whipped up with exotic smells and nourishing ingredients?
Here we enlist some truly unique varieties of soaps that not only nourish your skin with natural ingredients but also help you try out something new!
Here are my favourite six types:
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At first glance, the scent amused me. Honey oatmeal reminds one of breakfast. But when I read a bit about why one would make a soap bar with oatmeal, I loved the answers! Oatmeal comes with a natural oil coat that gently exfoliates and moisturises your skin. It can also help soothe itchy and flaky skin.
2. Handmade Hemp bathing bar
Dry, itchy skin troubling you? A hemp soap might just be the solution you are seeking. Hemp contains Omega Fatty Acids known to soothe inflamed skin. Health Horizon is a skincare product label that combines these properties of hemp with the goodness of honey, shea butter and hemp. Try it out now.
It is common knowledge to use tomato juice to treat sunburn or persistent acne. Now enjoy the medicinal properties of the fruit in a handmade soap! Almitra Sustainables manufactures gourmet soaps without any parabens or sulfates. So your skin is in safe hands with their products. The vitamin C in the tomato will detan and nourish your skin making it healthier, smoother shinier!
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Goat milk can help you get the soft, smooth skin that you always work toward. Add the goodness of goat milk to your beauty regime or gift it to someone. With the medicinal properties of neem, the freshness of mint and the x-factor of goat milk, this soap should definitely be on your list!
You have read about the “miracles” of moringa. Now enjoy its medicinal properties in your bathing soap! Satliva’s hemp and moringa soap has antibacterial properties that will help you keep pimples and acne in check. It also has coconut oil to hydrate your skin and bring a glow to it.
What are you waiting for? Equip your bathroom with this bar and say hello to gorgeous skin! Follow this link to get it now!
Make this cereal soap your little one’s favourite bath-buddy! This bathing bar is the perfect blend of almonds, essential oils, honey and oatmeal. It smells wonderful and since it is a handmade, natural product, you can trust it to keep your kids’ skin healthy. No more dirt from the playground or sweat from school – the cereal soap will get rid of all the germs!
What can be more luxurious than enjoying a drink while taking a warm bath after a long day? Well, with this soap, you can have a relaxing session every single day! The red wine soap will nourish your skin and moisturise it without any harmful parabens or sulfates. Yes, that’s possible and Sukriti’s bathing bar shows you how.
Treat yourself to a luxurious bath. You deserve it. Click here to get the bar now!
Hunting for more handmade soaps that contain no harmful chemicals? We got you covered with dozens of options! Just head here and pick your favourite from our collections.
(Edited by Saiqua Sultan)
Feature image source: (L) Shutterstock. (R) Just a Soap/ Facebook.
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