Aleppo Soap 60 “dry and sensitive skin” for face, body and hair OUT OF STOCK
“Experience the highest quality of Aleppo soap ever”
Aleppo Soap is just amazing! it is still traditionally handmade and we supply directly from the finest Syrian soap makers. This Aleppo Soap with 60% of bay-leaf oil is very rare, custom-made upon the request of many of our customers with special skin conditions. It is a pure bliss, more than a soap, a real treatment for acne, prone skins, baby skins, alergies… Enjoy a healthy soap with a smooth feeling and healing properties.…
Aleppo Traditional Soap Bar [60%]
Contains no more than only 2 natural oils, olive and bay leaf
-Disinfectant, purifying and anti-fungal (bay-leaf oil)
-Hydrating, regenerative, nourishing, moisturizing (olive oil)
-Avoids skin allergies (contains 100% of natural ingredient, no chemicals)
-Exceptional healing properties, recommended by dermatologists
-Gentle for the skin
-Restores the balance between oily and dry skin, regulates the sebum’s secretion of the skin
-Calms the irritations
-Very respectful of the skin
-Do not dry up the skin
-Soothes sensitive and irritated skin
-Is a skin remedy for prone and infected skins
-Relieves skins with mild conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, acne, rash, itching
-Rinses-away impurities while maintaining a healthy pH
-Leaves skin fresh with an earthy scent
-Vitamin A and E
-Keeps a healthy skin and body
-Contains Fatty acid
How to use:
Aleppo Soap Bar can be used as a solid shampoo (0 packaging, 0 waste) it will clean, removes dandruff by nourishing the scalp without damaging the natural hair (buy here the natural hair care set). Stroke the soap bar a few times to lather it up, or rub it between your hands or directly on your hair to create a lather. Gently massage the scalp and hair, as you would with a liquid shampoo. Repeat by applying more water on hair and again lather up another time, gently massage and rinse out.
Use it for a daily morning and/or evening facial wash. Rinse it off with clean water and dry.
Use Aleppo soap with water on your body skin as a regular soap bar, for more lather rub it on a gentle cloth or a natural sponge.
1. CLEAN – Wash your face with the Aleppo Soap 60. For a deeper action and if your skin would like a little extra loving, leave the soap lather on the skin’s face for few seconds like a facial mask it will moisturize and clean deeply the pores (allow the good laurel oil to gently clean the skin and allow the olive oil to smoothly moisturize it). Rinse it off and dry.
2. TONE – Apply a natural handmade hydrosol (see toners), it is a nice way to moisturize the skin and close the pores. The purity of the flower smell will smoothly take you to a relax state. The toner will prepare the skin for the application of the moisturizer and will make it more effective.
Always leave the soap bar to air dry (use a soap holder with perforations/drain) ready for its next use. Do not let it soak in a small amount of water, it will start to melt.
Purchase with mindfulness…
By buying Aleppo Soap you are ensuring sustainable development in the olive fields regions of Syria and you are supporting the ancestral trade of the old souk factories owned by soap makers families.
Thank you for joining our community and our projects for a greener and more ethical world.
|Dimensions||7.8 × 6 × 4 cm|
Contains 100% of natural ingredients:
Indications and precautions:
Soaps cause a burning sensation when they enter the eye, in case it happens simply rinse the eye with a good amount of clear water. Because Aleppo Soap is 100% natural there is no risk at all, just wait a few seconds after rinsing and the burning sensation will gently pass.
Storage condition: dry room, ideally a closet.
From: Aleppo, Syria.
Packed in: France.
Exp: Aleppo Soap improves with the years… the older it is, the dryer it gets, the best it becomes! there is no expire date for an Aleppo Soap if it is stored in good conditions (dry and ventilated room).
Weight: 180g to 200g.
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Get to know more about the history of Aleppo Soaps and the way they are traditionally made…