Raspberry Handmade Soap with Loofah Sponge
Raspberry soap for all skin types.
Raspberry soap with a fresh fruity aroma will put you in a wonderful mood. Perfect for any type of skin. The soaps do not contain ingredients of animal origin.
Natural, hand-made soap is made of the highest quality materials with the addition of essential and aromatic oils that give them a wonderful fragrance. Loofah sponge soaked in soap helps exfoliate the epidermis.
The soap is brewed according to an old proven recipe. It is hand cut into cubes and goes into the maturing phase, where it naturally dries and hardens, thanks to which it produces a delicate creamy foam during washing. By hand-making soap, each bar has its own unique pattern and character. All these procedures make the natural soaps very gentle and have a neutral pH, moisturizing and nourishing properties.
Natural Loofah sponge - cleans, peels and massages the skin.
The natural Loofah ECOSPA sponge made of natural loofah is imported from Greece. Loofah (luffa, luffa, sponge) belongs to the annual gourd climbers. In the interior of its fruits, fibers that resemble a mesh develop. Luffa is used as a natural sponge for washing, peeling and body massage. Its dry structure is hard and rough, while in contact with water it becomes soft. Loofah sponge thoroughly cleanses the skin, exfoliates dead skin cells and improves blood circulation. Recommended in the fight against cellulite and for intensive body massage. The natural Loofah sponge is hypoallergenic. It is biodegradable.
How to use the Loofah Sponge?
Before use, soak the sponge with water. Squeeze the sponge several times and start a gentle, cleansing body massage. After use, rinse the sponge thoroughly and let it dry freely.
Natural Loofah sponge - properties
Natural Loofah sponge cleanses and exfoliates the skin.
The natural Loofah sponge perfectly cleanses and exfoliates the skin during the bath, preparing it for further care. It increases the intensity of the active substances contained in the lotion or body oil. It leaves the skin clean and soft.
Natural Loofah sponge has anti-cellulite properties.
The natural Loofah sponge is recommended for body massage while bathing. Body massage improves blood circulation and increases skin elasticity. The natural Loofah sponge works in the fight against cellulite. After the massage, the skin is firm and smooth.
The natural Loofah sponge prevents ingrown hair.
Natural Loofah sponge, thanks to its peeling properties, improves skin tone and prevents ingrown hair after depilation. Discoloration of ingrown hairs are lightened and the skin is smoothed.
Materials / Ingredients: Aqua, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Sodium Stearate, Sodium Laurate, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Oleate, Sodium Myristate, Sodium Chloride, Parfum, Luffa Cylindrica, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Glyceryl Laurate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Citricid Acid Citrate, , Tetrasodium Iminodisuccinate, Tetrasodium Etidronate, Papaver Somniferum Seeds, CI 18050, CI 42090, Benzyl Alcohol
Soap leftovers, or how to give soap a second life?
Step 1. Chop up the soap leftovers
The soap remains should be properly prepared before they are melted into the new mass. Here you have a lot of room to show off, because the scraps can be made into various shapes, thus obtaining an interesting effect. And most importantly - nothing will be wasted. Below are some hints:
- cut into cubes, stripes or other shapes
- grate them into shavings or reshape them with a vegetable peeler
- make balls from them (you can only make balls from fresh, flexible mass)
Let me tell you that too small chips may dissolve in the new soap mass due to the increase in temperature when the mass enters the gelling phase. Consequently, if you want to use the shavings, grate them on a grater with larger meshes.
Step 2. Pour the new mass
How many scraps to add to the mass? It depends on what effect you want to get. I was giving a maximum of 50% of the scraps to the new mass, but if you want a slight effect, definitely reduce this amount.
How to prepare the soap mass?
- you can use any of your favorite ground recipes
- I use kitchen dyes to color the mass (e.g. cocoa, coffee, sweet red pepper)
- personally, it does not add fragrance oils that can thicken the mass
Pour the prepared mass into the mold and then toss the prepared remnants into it. Wait about 24 hours for the soap block to solidify, cut it and it's ready. Of course, do not forget about the aging period (depending on the soap mass used).