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The Rosehip contains linoleic acid, oleic and arachidonic acid, which are vital for cellular defense and skin renewal. The joint action with the glycerin makes the soap is recommended for dehydrated skin, punished and they need to regenerate

Soap: snail-slime
The snail soap delays aging of the skin rejuvenated and fortifying eliminating wrinkles. The snail contains allantoin to help regenerate skin, proteins and vitamins which enrich and give softness. This also indicated to hydrate and nourish the skin and provides gentle exfoliation

Jabon : Scrub - Almond
Nutritious and exfoliating. The almond clean, soothes, nourishes and whitens. Particles suspended in the ground almond soap act as natural exfoliants that remove surface impurities from the skin, restoring its softness

This soap has moisturizing and emollient properties, being composed of hygroscopic substances that retain and enhance skin hydration. The caviar soap helps prevent premature skin aging. By taking the trace elements stimulate and revitalize tired skin.

ALOE VERA Soap is especially recommended for sensitive skin, because of its regenerative properties, soothing, anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Hydrates, protects and softens the skin. Stain

Indicated for skin with oily or acneic its astringent, regenerating and antiseptic. Anti-seborrheic adjunct in the treatment of pimples, blackheads and excess oil. With the glycerin prevents dryness and flaking.

Soap: Propolis -GLYCEROL-
Compound antiseptic soap soap paste, propolis and honey. Is an auxiliary antibacterial, antifungal and healing. Indicated for clean superficial wounds, cuts, scrapes, etc.. And in case of allergies that are not too irritating. It is also an auxiliary anti-dandruff and fungal infections of the feet. This type of soap is one of the defendants. It has antibacterial and antifungal properties. It also helps boost the immune system.

Soap: Olive oil -GLYCEROL-
Soap is indicated for dry and normal. The base of glycerin and olive oil is very moisturizing, gentle and protective to the skin.


Smooths skin helping it to maintain its elasticity, hydration and natural tone. Lactic Acid: Gently exfoliates, while moisturizes and restores the film hydrolipid, protective skin. Lactose is a sugar with moisturizing, energy source for cells. Amino acids produce a nutritious and regenerative effect of epidermal cells. Protein: increased growth factor and enhance the natural production of collagen and elastin of the skin.

Soap rich and stimulating scent. It is made with glycerin base which gives a high power moisturizing and invigorating. Anti-inflammatory, eliminates toxins, against the sores. Attenuates wrinkles. Antiseptic and astringent

Soap delicious aroma, with softening properties, antioxidants and nutrients to the skin

Exfoliating Soap is a suitable for skin thickening, allergic irritations, pimples, sequelae of acne, warts, blemishes, etc.. Refines the skin, scarring and moderate phased sebaceous cysts. Indicated to accompany psoriasis or dermatitis treatments

Moisturizing soap, tone and reaffirmed through the benefits of seaweed. Applied with a massage stimulates blood circulation. Soft Scrub, anti-cellulite, draining and firming


Glycerin is a humectant, meaning it attracts moisture to your skin. Glycerin is a natural byproduct of the process of making soap. The benefits of glycerin on the skin are immediate, gives the skin moisture, softness and smoothness. Daily use of glycerin soap keeps skin clean, fresh and cool. What made with glycerin are most recommended for people who have oily skin

How do you clean soap?

Water alone can not dissolve the fat and contains up dirt. A clean soap because it has the ability to form emulsions with fat-soluble materials, the soap molecules surround the dirt to include it in an envelope called micelle, the polar part of the soap molecule dissolves in the fat droplet while the carboxylate groups, polar, oriented toward the water layer around them. The repulsion between like charges prevents the oil droplets come together again. It thus forms an emulsion that can be separated from the surface being washed. The soaps are ineffective for cleaning in hard water (water containing salts of heavy metals, especially iron and calcium), they precipitated as insoluble salts (crust tubs). In contrast, iron and calcium salts of alkyl hydrogen sulfates are soluble in water and the sodium salts of these materials, known as detergents (cleaning agents) are effective even in hard water.
These detergents contain straight carbon chains, similar to those of natural fats. They are metabolized by bacteria in treatment plants for sewage and are known as "biodegradable detergents.
Although synthetic detergents differ considerably in their structures, their molecules have a common characteristic they share with ordinary soap: it has a very long apolar chain, soluble in fats, and a polar end, soluble in water.