Switch to olive oil soap

Olive oil soap is a great way to nourish your skin. A real “cheap luxury”. You can buy it or, if you are skilled, make it.

To make soap, olive oil is usually mixed with alkali and other ingredients or herbs. Extra virgin olive oil soap is especially appreciated. There are also traditional, completely natural, ways of making this soap, and few people know it.

This soap is usually very hard, foams easily, but not as well as other soaps. So it can take quite a long time. They smell nice, even if they have no other ingredients or fragrant herbs.

It is unlikely to cause an allergic reaction, and, in addition, it is very similar to the natural oils of our skin and that is why it reacts so well to olive oil. This soap hydrates and cleanses the skin, but does not destroy our natural oils.

Olive oil contains more antioxidants, vitamins E and A, which are great for the skin, because it is clean of harmful elements, due to which we get wrinkles, uneven and unhealthy skin. Olive oil soap can reverse the damage that free radicals do to our skin.

There are many reasons to switch to this soap. You can prolong the health of your skin and its beauty and youth with this gift of nature. (Learn more about olive oil HERE)


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