Pure Organic Soaps

Pure Organic Soaps – Instead of using soaps that contain harsh chemicals, preservatives, and perfumes, why not look into treating your skin…and the environment…to natural, pure, and healthful soaps and cleansers! They remove the dirt just as well, with the added benefit of smoothing and soothing the skin, providing nourishment, exfoliation, and healing; depending on the ingredients in the soaps you choose. Natural Soap is a terrific way to do this.

This pure organic soap contains no animal products, which is a boon to our ecosystem. Other ingredients you will NOT find in this brand of soap is all things artificial; such as artificial scents, colors, petroleum, or preservatives like sodium laureth sulfate or sodium lauryl sulfate (ingredients that so many people are allergic to).

What Clearly Natural soaps contain, instead, are pure essential oils from mint, lemon and other citrus fruits, eucalyptus, ginger, lavender and so forth, to provide fresh and natural fragrance. To moisturize your skin and eliminate that dry itching you can get from harsher soaps, natural glycerin, aloe vera, and vitamin E are used.

Their formulas can be used by people with all skin types. The vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps to protect you from the harmful rays in the sun, and the aloe vera has a delightful soothing and healing characteristic that is wonderful for razor burn, sunburn, and any skin that has been abraided.

This product will not clog your pores, leaves no residue on your skin, is hypo-allergenic, will not remove the healthful natural oils from your skin, and is completely biodegradable. No animal testing or ingredients make it cruelty free, so in addition to helping your body, you are also protecting both animals and the environment.

The icing on the cake is that Clearly Natural soaps are affordable, available, and come in a variety of sizes, shapes, scents, and forms. The liquid soap is thick and luxurious, and comes in squeeze bottles or dispensers with pumps. You can get it with aloe vera or as a liquid glycerin soap that contains both vitamin E and aloe vera. And their bubble bath is divine!

Choose a pure and natural soap bar in Dubai that has those same ingredients…or perhaps one that adds cucumber, to help clean and smooth your complexion. If you have a rash on your skin, try the glycerin soap bar that contains honeysuckle. The jasmine bar is great for dry and sensitive skin, and has a delicate scent.

But wait; there is more! Clearly Natural soap comes with lemon, to help lighten the skin, remove freckles and spots and lessen wrinkles. Their soap with green apple firms up the skin and helps to reduce blemishes. And the strawberry bar is perfect for those of you with oily skin. It gets rid of acne by leaning and filling the skin pores with salicylic acid, which is naturally found in your skin.

“Natural” is becoming such an overused, abused, and in itself an obscure word. After all, who doesn’t like the word “natural”. It has such a nice sound to it in contrast to “synthetic”, “chemical”, “man-made”, etc. What justifies the use of the “natural” is not always regulated, and even when it is, it is still abused.

There is no such thing as a soap tree or soap plant, so therefore there is no such thing as natural soap. After all, a basic definition of natural is “present in or produced by nature”. Soap does not qualify, therefore, as “natural”. So how is it justifiable to call some soap natural? Here’s how it works: the two ingredients necessary for soap are oil and lye. Oil is natural and lye can be derived from nature, thus soap when made in it’s most simple form is considered natural. So, if no synthetic fragrances, preservatives and colors are used, it will be considered “natural soap”.

So, if fragrances are synthetic, how do I get “good smelling natural soap”? Don’t worry, you can still get “good smelling soap” by looking for essential oils and essential oil blends. What are essential oils? Essential oils are plant fluids extracted from various plants, trees, flowers and herbs. Unfortunately there are only a few fruits that can be extracted from with positive results. So, in the end, there really is such a thing as “natural soap” that actually smells nice too!

When looking at handmade soap in Dubai, you usually only need to look for two things to be sure you are getting the “natural soap”: first look at the title to see if they mention that the soap is natural. Then, look at the ingredients for “fragrance” or “essential oil” which I mentioned earlier. These are good ways to determine if “smelly soap” is all natural or not. Grocery store type soaps usually are over processed and use other synthetics.