Published: 10/13/2014 - Updated: 04/13/2017
Author: MSc. Miriam Reyes
Because of its laurel and olive oil content , aleppo soap creates a soft and delicate foam that effectively cleans the skin and prevents bacteria development from skin contact. It does not irritates the skin; on the contrary, it produces soft skin.
Its peculiar natural components give it a moisturizing effect that protect and ventilate the skin, preventing it from flaking and leaving a pleasant sensation.
Using it will give you soft, nourished, and healthy skin.
We should point out that aleppo soap is developed specifically with entirely natural ingredients, to provide special skincare.
Aleppo soap is a dermatological soap that helps improve skin conditions like psoriasis, acne, and eczema.
Composition of aleppo soap
Laurel oil: laurel berries contain a large amount of oil, up to 70%, but its medicinal properties receive the most attention due to the essence’s primary component, eucalyptol. Some of laurel’s most important therapeutic activities are that it eliminates harmful microorganisms that could live on the surface of the skin, and in some way, it is an anti-inflammatory as well.
Olive oil: has truly amazing properties: it nourishes, moisturizes, softens, conserves, waterproofs, calms, lubricrates, purifies, and cleans the skin. It is precisely for these reasons that this oil began to be valued.
Primary components: vitamins A, E, P and C, and minerals like calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, and sulphur.
Vitamin A, also known as carotene, is liposoluble. This means that it needs fat in order to be absorbed. It helps prevent certain cutaneous infections. It helps keep the skin healthy because it is a skin tonic and prevent premature dryness.
Vitamin E, also known as tocopherol, is liposoluble and increases vitamin A activity. It acts essentially as an antioxidant, and therefore produces a protective action for the skin.
Vitamin P, also known as bioflavonoid, is hydrosoluble, and is what gives some vegetables their yellow color. It is fundamental for increasing resistance to certain infections, and also protects the mucous membranes when they are inflamed or bleeding, and it increases vitamin C’s effectiveness.
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is hydrosoluble. It helps protect against infections and accelerates wound healing.
Revised by: Dra. Loredana Lunadei on 04/13/2017
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