How to tell fake soap from organic soap

The difference between fake soap and real soap

By Edward Smith

Fake soap is defined as all those mostly synthetic, so called “soaps” that are full of harsh detergents and petro chemicals . . . the ones that fill the shelves of many stores today. This includes the pretty clear (or opaque) “glycerin” soaps shown above (many of them are made with cheap, harsh synthetic soap bases), most of the commercial shower gels and liquid soaps on the market, the highly touted “hypoallergenic” soaps recommended by main stream dermatologists (the word is meaningless!), virtually all of those rock hard triple milled ooh-la-la overpriced French soaps, many of the supposedly “natural” soaps found at your local health food store..check out the ingredients (if they bother to give you any) and you’ll see just how many cheap oils (such as soy, canola, animal fat or tallow) and synthetic petro-chemicals their so called “soaps” really contain. Don’t buy into it!

Fake Soap-Left, Real Soap-Right

Armed with a little bit of knowledge, real handcrafted natural soap is fairly easy to spot. It should say “soap” on the label. By law, fake soaps can’t use that term so they call it a “beauty bar” or a “moisturizing bar” or some other nonsense. Look for soaps with cold pressed organic extra virgin olive oil as a main ingredient which is rich in antioxidants and revitalizing skin nutrients. Most commercial soaps contain very little or none because it’s expensive, and those who do often use pomace olive, an inferior grade of oil extracted with harmful chemical solvents. Is your skin worth the very best? We think so!

Avoid fragrance oils, perfume oils, potpourri oils, and nature identical oils which are all different words for synthetic fragrance oils…Many of them contain unknown or toxic ingredients, they pollute our environment, and they’re one of the biggest causes of skin irritation and skin sensitivities today. Just because a product has a botanical sounding name does NOT mean it came from a plant either. Cranberry, watermelon, peach, pear, apple, strawberry, fig, pomegranate, coconut and many others (the list is long) are synthetic scents made in a laboratory. Likewise, many soaps supposedly containing vanilla, jasmine, rose, lemon verbena, and sandalwood are also made with synthetic scents because the real essential oils, absolutes, or concretes are very expensive or even endangered.

Organically In Tune.com is proud to announce that we will be offering a complete selection of organic soaps in our new store front that will be opening soon. Please check back for more details. We have been given a special deal on some great soaps that we actually use ourselves. We like to find good products and share them with all of you out there.

Edward Smith~

 

 

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