Red Clay Natural Soap
Natural soap, which as a result of a red clay add-in has a unique effect on a sensitive, dry skin, smoothens irritations and prevents the growth of the diluted blood vessels.
The skin gains fresh, smooth and silky look.
|Glycerin||More properly known as glycerol. It is the natural molecular backbone to all lipids or oils and fats. It is used as a means of improving smoothness, providing lubrication or slippage and as a humectant, meaning it holds water so acting as a moisturiser. Natures Children only use vegetable glycerine not the form obtained from animal fat or synthetics.|
|Palm kernel acid||A mixture of fatty acids derived from palm kernel oil used as a cleansing agent, emulsifier and to add opacity to soap and cosmetics.|
|PPG-5 Ceteth-20||An emollient lubricating surfactant that creates a dry silky feeling on the skin and is used in luxury beauty soaps.|
|Prunus amygdalus dulcis oil||Almond oil is safe and effect light oil used for massage as an emollient and skin-soothing agent.|
|Red clay||A natural mineral clay used for masks and as a filler to give body to products. Clay has the ability to draw impurities from the skin.|
|Sodium palm kernelate||A soap ingredient which is the salt of the fatty acids from the palm kernel it is used as a moisturising surfactant or cleansing agent.|
|Sodium palmitate/sodium palmate||Palm oil is the most commonly used species when making vegetable based soaps and detergents. Palm oil is combined with an alkali which makes soap. The process produces glycerin and the alkali salts of the fatty acids present. Sodium palmitate is the salt (hence the “sodium” part of its name) formed by breaking down palm oil (the “palmitate” part).|
|Tetrasodium EDTA||A water softener and preservative it reduces soap scum and improves lather and foaming action.|
|Tetrasodium etidronate||Please see Tetrasodium EDTA|
|Aqua||Water. There is an internationally agreed nomenclature for all cosmetic ingredients (INCI). Latin is often used, such as in this case where aqua simply means ‘water’ in Latin.|