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How to choose the right body soap?

How to choose the right body soap?

Whether it's olive oil, shea butter, or even coconut oil, there is a vast array of soaps available on the market. Skincare is not limited to the application of a moisturising cream, the soap used to remove dirt also plays a crucial role. We provide some advice on how to choose your body soap wisely.


What are the criteria to consider when choosing your body soap?

To maintain soft and healthy skin, it is necessary to daily remove the impurities that accumulate on it. The use of soap is essential to eliminate dust mixed with sweat and other impurities. While removing impurities, soap is also a treatment that should meet the skin's needs. It is therefore chosen according to one's skin type: dry, oily, dehydrated, or combination. Before choosing a soap, it is necessary to determine one's skin type. We provide you with the main characteristics of the different skin types.

Which soap for combination skin?

You have combination skin if your cheeks and temples are dry while the T-zone, encompassing the chin, nose, and forehead, is oily. The T-zone tends to shine and is prone to comedones and blackheads. On the other hand, you may experience tightness on the rest of the face. It is recommended to choose a purifying soap that contributes to the regulation of sebum production. Our purifying wash soap with nettle and eucalyptus globulus essential oils has been designed to meet the needs of combination skin. The eucalyptus globulus essential oil regulates sebum production while the nettle powder helps to rebalance oily skin.

Which soap for dry skin?

Sebum production is insufficient in dry skin, leading to tightness, flaking, and redness. Wrinkles and fine lines form more easily on dry skin. You need a treatment that does not further aggravate your skin, already weakened by the lack of sebum. Our soothing cleansing soap with shea butter, coconut vegetable oil, and olive oil will help to reduce discomfort and nourish your skin. The coconut oil in the soap nourishes your dry skin while the shea butter soothes feelings of tightness and repairs the skin. Olive oil is known to calm redness.

Which soap for oily skin?

Oily skin is characterised by an overproduction of sebum. This results in the skin tending to shine and being prone to acne and blackheads. Our purifying wash care with nettle helps to rebalance oily skin. Also containing eucalyptus globulus essential oil, this care contributes to regulating sebum production, thus helping to combat the appearance of spots and blackheads. Containing essential oil, this care is not suitable for pregnant women and children.

Opt for cold-processed soaps, which allow you to benefit from the virtues of the vegetable oils and essential oils used in their manufacture. Also, check if the ingredients are of natural origin. Choose your soap according to your skin type. Don't forget that your skin's needs can change due to stress, pollution or even temperature variations.


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