Reason! Why Sulphate free Soaps Matters?

If you’re not familiar with SLES and SLS already, here is a reason why you might ask a soap that is made without these two chemicals.

SLS has come under the spotlight in recent times and caught the attention of the natural health and beauty industries. Most of the soaps in the market today contain a chemical known as SLS (Sodium Laureth Sulfate)  which is a synthetic detergent and foaming agent that is used in order to clean. Most of the Companies use SLS to create a rich lather, and for its intense cleaning action. but it has been linked to issues such as eczema (in soap).

SLS is considered a standard comparison substance for measuring skin irritancy of other ingredients. when scientists want to establish whether or not an ingredient is problematic for skin, they compare its side effects to the results of SLS. In amounts of 2% to 7%, it can cause allergic or sensitizing reactions in lots of customers of soaps having SLS.

companies are trying to soften the effects of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate BY Ethoxylation which changes it to Sodium Laureth Sulfate. But the problems with this is process are

· ethoxylation generates a by-product known as 1,4 dioxane, which is known carcinogen whose track record is more dangerous than SLS.

· there are still many cases with laureth sulfates of skin irritation and eczema.

Our sulfate free handmade Glycerin soaps are made with 100% natural ingredients such as coconut oil, raw cane sugar,Essential Oils, kokum butter and shea butter and herbs using cold press method. These natural ingredients are more powerful and Eco friendly than synthetic ones. Coconut oil creates a rich lather naturally. Shea butter are genuinely good for your skin and overall health with its moisturizing and disinfectant properties combined with a dose of vitamin E. Kokum butter adds firmness and melts slightly on body temperature and is known for its light, non-greasy feel on the skin .

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