The convenience andversatility of store bought soap is quite alluring—you can findsoap at your local grocery or beauty store with any aroma, specialingredient, and almost any standard brand you desire. Low prices areanother reason many consumers purchase supermarket soaps. If youaren’t picky about quality or special fragrances, you can find soapfor as little as one dollar, or less. But in comparison to previousdecades, today’s average consumer is privy to a lot moreinformation about what’s contained in chain products. And there area lot of harmful ingredients in the average product, including soap,that might make you think twice before your next store run. Insteadof subjecting yourself to using products with harmful ingredients,try making your own soap. If you’re ready for healthier, happierskin, here’s some info about making your own DIY soap, and why youshould ditch supermarket soaps for good.
How aresupermarket soaps harmful?
Most popular brandsof soap are not what we actually consider soap, but more closelyresemble detergent—yes, the stuff you wash your clothes with. Thisis because these soaps contain many of the same chemicals that arecontained in standard laundry detergents.
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