Aleppo soap, the ancestor of Marseille soap, enriched with 20% bay laurel oil and 10% red clay, is made in the stone cauldrons of the master soap maker who, through a subtle mixture of water, natural soda, olive oil and bay laurel oil, gives birth to a product with much appreciated qualities.
The olive oil nourishes the skin, dilates the pores for a deep cleansing.
Laurel berry oil restores the skin's protective hydro lipid film.
Red clay, rich in trace elements, improves blood circulation.
Its hyperemic and antiparasitic action gives Aleppo soap its dermatological virtues.
Its impact is very interesting at the level of sensitive skin prone to pimples, redness and eczema ...
It is used as a shampoo, face mask, shaving foam ... Its smoothness is not without providing a wonderful well-being ... It is used occasionally as "anti-moth" in the cabinets ...
It relieves insect bites (rubbed dry)
Red clay has the highest iron oxide content, is rich in trace elements and has the virtue of promoting blood circulation and being a good remedy for skin prone to redness or blotchiness.
The rebalancing properties of red clay regulate sebum production and eliminate impurities.
Another of its properties is that it is used to reduce swollen areas and reduce pain, which is why it is very effective in the treatment of muscle pain, bruises, haematomas and echymosis.
The red clay behaves as a bactericide, it prevents the proliferation of microbes or other bacteria and pathogenic germs (it has an antiseptic action) in the same time it supports the healthy cellular reconstitution.