Beauty and Hygiene With Soap

Soaps

When was the soap found?

The invention goes back to 3000 BC. The most primitive recipes appeared in Sumerian Inscriptions (2500 BC). In the inscriptions, it is explained that when the wood ashes are boiled, oil is added to the water and the substance used as soap occurs when it is slowly melted. It began to be used widely with the discovery of the Romans in 1000s BC. Pompei researchers found it manufacturing areas and it molds under the ruins. The Roman bath, which started the bath culture, was built in 312 BC, but the use of it as a personal cleaning material began in 200 BC. In the intervening times, sand, milk, vegetable oils, and leaves were used for body cleansing.

It does not only remove the dirt and leave a pleasant smell. Thanks to its structure preventing the formation of bacteria on it, it has a pain-relieving, itching stop and healing effect against injuries such as insect bites or flies bites. It is also good for your skin and hair. Some kinds moisturize your hair and skin, while others dry your pimples if your skin is a pimple.

Olive Oil Soap

Olive oil soap is a natural product used by women especially for hair and skin beauty since ancient times. Also, olive oil contains high levels of vitamin E. Thanks to vitamin E, the hair becomes soft and prevents getting frizzy. Moreover, since it is natural, it nourishes the hair follicles and prevents hair loss and enables hair to grow faster.

Pure Olive Oil Soap
Pure Olive Oil Soap

Lavender Soap

The fragrance of the lavender creates a soothing, calming effect and refreshes and renews your skin. While lavender soap prevents the skin from drying out, it also solves acne problems. You can get rid of dandruff in your hair with this fragrant product.

Cinnamon Soap

With cinnamon extracts, it turns your bathroom into pleasure with the SPA effect. The hot water bath that you will make with cinnamon soap allows you to remove the stress you experience during the day. It also helps you to get rid of your skin problems.

Cinnamon Soap
Cinnamon Soap