What is Exfoliating Soap?
Exfoliating soap is a type of body soap that contains particles or ingredients that help to remove dead skin cells and impurities from the skin’s surface. The exfoliating particles can be made from natural ingredients like sugar, salt, or ground nuts, or from synthetic materials like microbeads.
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The exfoliating action of the soap can help to improve the texture and appearance of the skin, as well as increase blood circulation and stimulate the production of collagen. Exfoliating soap can also help to prevent ingrown hairs and improve the effectiveness of other skincare products by removing any buildup of dead skin cells.
- Salt 250 grams
- Texapon 1 kg
- 10 lit of water
- Nupala 1/4 kg
- Allanton 3 tbl spoon
- Glycerin 1/4kg Coconut oil 50 ml
- Citric acid 25 gram
- Methylparaben 25g
- Kojic acid powder 50 gram
- Put 4litres of water in your production drum and keep it aside
- soak ur salt with 1 lit of water for 1 hour for it to dissolve
- add taxation inside the saltwater and stir very well until it becomes light
- add nupala directly into production and stir for 45mins
- add Allenton and stir for 25 mins
- add glycerin keep stirring
- add coconut oil and stir well
- dissolve citric acid with 1/2 liter water then add to the production
- add germal plus, Kojic acid powder stir
- add color and stir
- add fragrance stir
- add the 4liter of water u kept aside it depends on how thick u want it when adding the remaining water,
- add it to ur taste. Depending on how thick u want it to be
Exfoliating soap can be used on the body, including the face, back, arms, and legs. It is important to choose a soap with gentle exfoliating particles and to avoid over-exfoliating, as this can cause irritation and damage to the skin. It is also important to moisturize the skin after using an exfoliating soap, as the exfoliation can leave the skin more susceptible to dryness.