Good skin care relies on moisture.
Our soaps retain all the naturally occurring glycerin - a moisturizer created in the soap making process. Glycerin is a humectant, which means it pulls moisture from the air towards your skin. It is an emollient, making skin not only moist, but soft to the touch. Commercial soaps have had the glycerin removed so that the company can move it to other product to sell more stuff. It's great for their profits but not so great for skin, leaving it dry.
Glycerin can be used on all types of skin. It is used to treat many oily skin conditions, like acne, skin infections, wrinkles and fine lines. Glycerin can help prevent or combat dry skin.
Moisturizing: Glycerin acts as a very effective moisturizer on the skin. It makes your skin absorbs water from air reducing the dry and dull patches on your skin. Glycerin is also known for its meditative properties that work to heal dry, rough and irritated skin.
Smoothing: As the skin ages, it looks dull and gets susceptible to irritation, redness and many other conditions. If your skin gets rough – using glycerin regularly can make your skin smooth and prevent dryness.
Maintains Water Balance: Humectants in glycerin attract water from air and retain water in the skin. It minimizes water loss and maintains the skin’s water balance – so the skin stays better hydrated and nourished.
Every day use: Because of its skin nourishing properties, glycerin can be used every day. Its regular use will help to keep your skin healthy, soft and fresh.
Enhances Skin Appearance: Glycerin makes your skin looks healthier and attractive, minimizing the appearance of dry skin. Its therapeutic effects on wounds and other issues also help your skin to look healthier and smoother.