Most people think that soap bought in the market and those that are handmade are just the same, but there is actually a very big difference that may influence your soap buying decisions moving forward.
Soap with big brand names usually have the edge in the market only because of advertising. With marketing efforts on their side, people are convinced they are the best choice and just buy them blindly. However, the claims of these soaps being natural and safe for sensitive skin is often untrue. Soaps in the market usually contain foaming agents, artificial scents, and chemical hardeners that are also used for detergents. Imagine using detergent to wash sensitive skin? It will result to rashes, skin irritation, and other possible problems that will never be told during marketing.
To prevent any kind of skin irritation to your body and your loved ones, it is important as consumers to read labels and ask the right questions regarding what artificial chemicals are it the soaps that are marketed as mild and natural. Read through the chemicals listed and decide if these are the elements that are desirable for you and your family’s use. The most effective way in knowing what is put on the soap is learning how it is made.
Unlike soaps that can be bought in stores, Babata Handmade Soap is made of Glycerin: a natural skin softener from vegetable oils which works by attracting water from the air. Creams and lotions also use this ingredient to lock in moisture in the skin. Most store bought soaps remove Glycerin so consumers will buy more lotions and creams instead of enjoying a product that will have the same set of benefits. This will ultimately give the skin care companies more income, but leaves the skin of consumers dry and dependent on chemicals. Babata Handmade Soap only desire to heal and infuse the body with natural moisturizers from vegetable oil. It doesn’t hold back when it comes to moisture because that is what the skin needs. When the skin is moisturized, it is healthy and glowing.
Babata Handmade Soap also does not use artificial fragrances and uses a traditional and proven-safe process of combining lye with water and then mixing that with therapeutic essential oils, Glycerin and natural colorants. From the moment it is poured into the mould, it takes up to six weeks before it is ready for use. Yes, it takes a great deal of time to
make Babata Handmade Soap and the soap maker needs to do a lot of experimentation in modifying the natural contents to get the desired consistency and variant. There are no shortcuts or attempts to mass produce through the help of machines and chemicals. It takes tender loving care and dedication to make Babata Handmade Soap and who would not appreciate something that was carefully made for you?