Castor Oil, Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Sesame Oil, Sunflower Oil, Olive Oil, Kokum Butter, Beeswax, Rice Bran Oil, Essential Oils of Palmarosa, Ylang Ylang, Lavender & Sweet Orange; Goat Milk, Pumpkin Paste, Honey, Distilled Water and NaoH*. (*Used during the saponification process to turn oil into soap. No chemicals remain in the finished product. All 'Real Soaps' are made with saponified oils only).
Note: 1. Avoid contact with eyes as the soap does not contain any numbing or desensitizing agent to soothe the eyes.
2. Always keep soap in a well-drained soap tray to last long. Never Let your soap sit in a pool of water.
Goat milk soaps are an absolute choice of individuals with dry and sensitive skin. Goat milk added dry skin soaps are perfect dry skin cleansers because goats milk is thick-creamy that makes it an excellent emollient and rich in unique natural vital nutrient like alpha hydroxy acids that helps remove dead cells from the skin surface making it clear and radiant. Regular shed of dead skin helps keep itch /irritation away that usually causes due to dead skin layers.
Goat milk is rich in vitamin A and vitamin B12 or cobalamin so both these nutrients help repair damaged skin, regulate the production of pigments and prevent dark spots keeping skin cells healthy. Selenium in goat milk has found to have an important role in preventing skin cancer. In all the handmade soap of goat milk blended with oils & butters will definitely benefits unhealthy/healthy skin in the long run.
Yes, the goat milk soap for dry skin certainly helps in eczema. The intense dry skin layer can be cleaned every day with goat milk without making any harm to the skin. Chemical based cleansers often take away all the oil and make the already dry skin very irritated and dry. Hence handmade dry skin goat milk soaps are the best cleansers for eczema skin care.
The dry –thick scaly patches – often ready to bleed can become worse using the chemical based products. Goat milks emollient properties help to control the condition keeping the skin nourished. Any unhealthy dry skin concern can benefit from goat milk dry skin soaps.
Goat milk is good for all skin types including oily, normal, dry and sensitive. But it is important to use the soap as per skin tone. For example SNAANA makes goat milk soap for all age groups and all skin tones within the various age groups. Goat Milks unique possession of alpha hydroxyl acid is beneficial to all skin types and all age groups. The difference between oily and dry skin soap is due to different oils used in the soap making apart from the goat milk. These oils have their own properties such as linoleic rich, oleic rich – comedogenic, non comedogenic etc. So the oils used in the soap defines the soap for which tone it should be used. Hence, a dry skin soap with Goat milk is the best goat milk soap for dry skin.
Goat milk has high moisturizing ability that is thick and creamy plus alpha hydroxy acids help shed skin naturally on a continuous basis thereby the two important features of goat milk makes goat milk vital for dry skin.
Regular usage of SNAANA Goat milk soap for dry skin helps skin shed its regular dying cells- dead cells on a daily basis. And this is done without causing any intense dryness to the skin. No dead cells meaning no itch and no irritation.
Dry skin soap’s major composition is with oils that are oleic in nature. Also the oils are left unsaponified in the soap to give moisturising effect while cleansing. Extra oils and goat milk keeps the skin soft and smooth with no feeling of any harshness on skin as is usually felt by using chemical based products. Ingredients are goat milks, cold pressed oils & butters, steam distilled essential oils, clay, herbs and Lye. All ingredients that are used in the soap are labeled on the product.
These 3 butters have high moisturizing ability with different nutritional content which is the need of dry skin.
Steam distilled geranium essential oil is useful in treating pre mature aging, wrinkles, dullness and inflammation. A dry skin is usually the condition where skin glands produce less than required sebum which is the natural oil of the body produced in skin pores, which causes skin to become loose and look aged. Hence geranium with butters and oils that are oleic rich help combat the skin condition.
There is no as such any precaution. It is a chemical free soap.
The soap is best to use within 12-15 months of its making date. This is because the essential oils that have been used in the soap are highly volatile and evaporates over the time. Soap remains very good even after 2 years of its make but the therapeutic value decreases because of volatility of essential oil.
The soap usually last for 3-4 weeks when used daily. It is important to keep the soap in a well drained soap tray to ensure it lasts longer. Since it is oil made soap – the soap if left in a pool of water can dissolve and hence may not last longer.
Yes the soap lathers but somewhat less than the liquid/gel cleansers. Also the lather is creamy in texture.
Skin being a very unique organ and varies from person to person, such adjustments can be made from season to season basis one understands one skin tone really well.
When it comes to face skin care – a toner followed by cream or face oil is must. For the body skin care – an application of oil on moist skin immediate after the shower is a must to gain a healthy and itch free skin.
The smell of SNAANA goat milk soap is derived from its ingredients. There is no addition of any fragrance or perfume/parfum to the product. The soap smells somewhat floral because of geranium essential oil. The soap is made keeping in view the skin tone and age and not the fragrance.
No, none of our products can alter or whiten ones skin colour. The soap can help fade marks and spots, lighten pigmentation concerns, shed dead skin bringing skin its glow but simply cannot whiten the skin.
Always keep the soap away from sunlight. Since it is oil made so during rainy season keep the soap in a closed air tight container as it can otherwise become very soft and dissolve quickly. Similar to biscuits that attract moisture and become soggy, the soap too attracts the moisture.
SNAANA wants to drag your attention to the fact that we are still living in a legal framework that was adopted in British times and has not been amended at the pace synthetics/chemicals have come into use in skin care. Import, manufacture, distribution and sale of skin care/ beauty products are regulated by Drugs & Cosmetics Act 1940 and this law till date has not given a definite and uniform definition for usage of words on labels like natural and organic which is big-time responsible for misleading the consumers.
That is why what is packed in a bottle or jar in the name of natural, organic, ayurvedic is often not what it claims. Synthetic provide comfort and convenience to manufacturers in terms of making product cost effective and extending the shelf life but they harm our bodies. This is because we have never thought that these chemicals can make cause problems like migraine, cancer, hormonal disorders etc and much more in our bodies.