Quickly absorbed into skin leaving it feeling hydrated and enriched but not greasy. It has an abundance of antioxidants that are ideal for hydrating dry skin. Coconut oil creates a soothing topical barrier without clogging pores.
For skin types that battle with acne, congested pores and irritation, coconut oil is extremely beneficial due to it's natural antibacterial and anti fungal properties.
It is said that everyday use of coconut oil will produce better hydration levels and fewer fine lines caused by dehydration.
Coconut oil may be linked to some potential benefits for the skin, including reducing inflammation and keeping skin moisturized and hydrated.
The medium chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possesses antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria.
It has been said it is able to help treat eczema, a skin condition characterized by scaly, itchy rashes.
Keeping your skin hydrated with the help of coconut oil can help to create a barrier to keep out bacteria, promote the healing of scars and maintain overall skin integrity. No matter what kind of skin trouble your dealing with, coconut oil can be helpful addition to your regime.
Olive oil is a natural antioxidant and hydrating. Olive oil is rich with vitamins including A, D and K as well as vitamin E. It has been found that people have used vitamin E oil topically throughout history to treat a variety of skin conditions, including psoriasis and eczema. It has antioxidant properties which helps to fight against acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. It is said that Olive oil can help to stimulate cell repair for firmer and smoother skin.
Certified Palm Oil is one of the more common natural ingredients that you will find in many natural cosmetic and skin care products. There are several reasons why palm oil is one of your better choices for a skin care product, the most important reason being that it is 100% natural. When you have problems with your skin, whether it is dry or chapped skin caused by environmental conditions, or acne caused by the natural emission of excessive skin oils, look towards natural products such as palm oil to help relieve your condition. You skin will react to these more positively than to the harsher synthetic chemicals that many people use. Among the most beneficial skin care ingredients contained within palm oil is beta carotene. Beta carotene is a powerful antioxidant that kills off the free radicals that can lead to premature ageing by destroying your body cells, including those of your skin. Palm oil is also a natural source of vitamins A, C, and E, which also have antioxidant properties. Speyside Soap Company uses ecofriendly RSPO, certified sustainable palm oil.
Glycerine (or Glycerol) is a plant-based oil that was accidentally discovered by a Swedish chemist in 1779 when he was heating a mixture of olive oil.
Being an all-natural product, glycerine is exceptionally gentle even on sensitive skin and helps soothe skin woes such as inflammation and redness. And, the best part is, it is non-greasy and has numerous other skin benefits.
It is found in countless skin and beauty products. Glycerine attracts moisture from the environment and increases the moisture content of your skin – and it is said that it slows down the aging process.
Glycerine is extremely gentle on the skin. As it is a plant-based substance, it is widely used for treating skin irritation, rashes, and itches.
Excessive exposure to UV rays can deplete collagen levels in the skin and lead to significant skin damage. It is said that glycerine, along with other compounds, could maintain the skin’s elasticity levels and keep it youthful. Glycerine may also be used as a toner for oily skin. It is non-greasy, and hence, it could keep your skin toned and hydrated without triggering excessive sebum production.
Fresh Speyside Water:
Using the Finest Scottish Water.
Rolling off the Scottish hills of Speyside. Our fresh, clean water is an essential part of the cold process soap making method.
Our water trickles through the Scottish peaty moors and mountains. Collecting minerals and pure Speyside goodness as it flows into Glenlattrach Reseviour. Ready and waiting to be infused into each bar of Speyside Soap.