Olive oil possesses a distinctive synergy with our skin mainly because the composition of olive oil is, amazingly, very similar to the natural oils generated by human skin. As a result it is safe as well as fantastic for daily healthy skin care. It’s numerous natural vitamins also help to enrich our external bodies.
Natural olive oil soap is wonderful during long, hot showers. The soap deeply penetrates the skin and provides a beautiful, glowing radiance to your skin after pretty much any bath. It helps make the skin smoother. This can be just the thing for dry skin since it alleviates chapping because of its moisturising capability.
Olive oil is one of the best natural ingredients for creating soaps that are gentle to your skin. This exceptional oil helps prevent the loss of your skin’s natural moisture. It softens skin and draws in additional moisture to your skin. It can help keep your sensitive skin supple and youthful looking. When we’re making an especially mild soap we use olive oil.
Here’s a brief introduction to olive oil, where it comes from and why we use it.
The olive (Olea Europaea; family Oleaceae) is a traditional tree crop from the Mediterranean Basin. Not surprisingly, olive oil is extracted from the olive . The oil is created by grinding whole olives and extracting the oil. You’ll find it used widely in cosmetics, cooking and soaps. Olive oil is used all around the globe, particularly in the Mediterranean regions.
Olive oil is typically utilised as a base ingredient in our soaps since it is particularly mild. Castile soap is predominantly or even completely comprised of olive oil. Olive oil soap is incredibly soft and delicate, but provides only a small amount of lather. Most commonly it is used with no added scent or colourings as an extremely gentle soap, great for babies, infants and children.
The main characteristics of olive oil are:
- Small bubbles
Watch the video to learn more about the potential benefits of olive oil. It can be good for more than just making lovely natural soap.References: 1. Wikipedia – Olive
2. Wikipedia – Castile soap 3. Wikipedia – Olive oil soap