Soap is a salt of a fatty acid usually used for washing and bathing. Evidences show that soap exists since the Ancient Babylon (around 2800 BC) = more than almost 4000 years ago. They invented soap mixing animal fats with wood ash and water. Originating from Syrian, the city of Aleppo is widely considered to be the first soap ever made.
All soaps are a result of a chemical reaction called saponification between lye and a fat or oil.
Cold-processed soap is one of the methods of making soap which allows the lye to be neutralized without any outside sources of heat, called “curing”.
The cold processed method is actually the “old-fashioned” way of making soap.
This is considered a time-consuming process because it is more gradual than the regular way of making soap. It can take between 4 to 6 weeks for the soap to be ready. This is the charm of this soap. There is no way of making an exceptional soap without using the cold processed method.
Once you use our soaps you will feel and see the benefits of all the therapeutic goodness in it.
Additionally, this is a more natural and gradual chemical reaction resulting in a more nourishing soap.
Cold process soaps are not only better for the skin but also good for the environment. Besides from that, the cold processed method yields a longer lasting bar of soap.
Some of the benefits of the cold processed soap:
- The Creamy Feel
- Powerfully Natural scrub
- Intensive Scent
- Amazing Lather
- Creatively Colorful – Artistic final touch
- Everyday indulgence