The use of eudermic vegetable oils with a high cosmetic effect makes this product unique in its kind. The processing, exclusively ARTISANAL and at LOW TEMPERATURE. Inspired by the old MARSEILLE tradition, it allows to obtain a soap with a high content of NATURAL GLYCERIN typical of the saponification reaction. The product is packaged after a few days of AIR DRYING. Contains no preservatives.
Properties of Clay
Due to its countless properties, clay has always captured the attention of herbalists and doctors. Suffice it to say that already in ancient times clay was used in cosmetics for its emulsifying and pseudo-plastic properties. This natural material, with an almost inimitable consistency, proved to be particularly suitable for preparing face masks and packs.
In cosmetics, clays are materials widely used to prepare masks and packs with antioxidant, soothing and anti-acne properties. Let us briefly recall that clays are inert for the epidermis and are able to interact with the skin, preparing it to receive the functional active ingredients incorporated in them.
Clay is not a drug because, by not crossing cell membranes, it cannot enter the bloodstream. The therapeutic effect exerted by clay-based cosmetic preparations is an expression of the various events that occur between the surface of the clay particles and the area of application.
The properties of clay are described below:
- DETERGENTS / ANTIOXIDANTS
- ANTISEPTICS / SCARS
Clay soap has an astringent and refreshing action that gently counteracts impurities and makes it ideal for the delicate cleansing of combination and oily skin. Clay is a compound of mineral systems resulting from erosive processes of granite rocks (such as those found in Civita). Used on the skin, it releases its precious minerals and at the same time absorbs toxins and eliminates dead cells.
THE DIFFORMITY BETWEEN ONE SOAP AND ANOTHER OF THE SAME FRAGRANCE IS NOT A DEFECT BUT A CHARACTERISTIC OF CRAFTSMANSHIP