Body Wash

Body cleansers are the first step in any body skincare routine, removing dirt and killing bacteria on the body. Body cleansers are infused with higher concentrations of ingredients, because skin is thicker on the rest of the body, making it more resistant to lower concentrations. Many body cleansers are formulated to help treat various skin conditions, such as acne, dry skin, ingrown hair and hyperpigmentation. These cleansers may be either bar soaps or shower gels. Most bar soaps are opaque, while shower gels are typically transparent or have a slight, pearly finish.

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Spa and Body Skin Care Intro

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Chemical knowledge: sodium lauryl sulfate/sodium laureth sulfate

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, also known as Sodium Laureth Sulfate is a common, inexpensive surfactant and detergent ingredient found in many household products. It is a coarse powder that’s used for its effective foaming capabilities. It’s found in toothpaste, soap, shampoo, facial cleansers, household cleaning products and even car engine degreasers. It’s used primarily for its emulsifying properties and for stripping and removing oil. If you look on the back of a bottle of any cleanser in your home, whether they’re used for house hold cleansers or body care, you will find Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. It is commonly the second item or...

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Chemical knowledge: glycerin

In this special series of ingredient focused blog articles, we offer you thoroughly researched information on the exact components of different chemicals or compounds, related to skincare products. The focus of this and future articles is to bring forth the comprehension of what these ingredients really are and what they can do to benefit or potentially harm your skin. A break down of the compound make-up, and why these particular chemicals are used in our cosmetic and pharmaceutical products will help you understand what products can truly benefit your skin condition. Harmful chemicals to avoid and which ones provide true...

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