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Jasmine Cheese Soap

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  • Made of Healing Herbs and Roots
  • Treat Skin Problems & Allergies
  • No harmful chemicals, Cruelty Free - No Animal Fat : 100% vegetarian
  • Contain healing Essential Oils
  • Soaps for different Skin Conditions, Based on Ayurveda & Aromatherapy
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  • $ 4.95 USD

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  • Latest ReviewsTotal 60 Reviews

Jasmine has a relaxing and anti-depressive effect. It is stress relieving and is uplifting during times of lethargy. It has decongestant properties, which makes it beneficial for colds and infections of the throat and chest. It also is reputed to have aphrodisiac properties. Aloe Vera and Glycerine help keep the skin hydrated.

Contains:

  • Jasmine Cheese
  • Jasmine Oil
  • Coconut Oil
  • Aloe Vera
  • Glycerine

Premium Handmade Herbal Soaps with Essential Oils.

But if you must use soaps for convenience, we recommend soaps made of natural ingredients and essential oils in their whole form that are proven to have a wholesome effect on the skin. Some herbs that have a phenomenal effect on the skin health, luster and texture are Neem, Basil (Tulsi), Turmeric (Haldi) and Sandalwood. These herbs are medicinal in nature and have an invigorating effect on skin health. The small molecules of the essential oils are absorbed into the skin and sub derma skin cells to kill bacteria and keep the skin naturally fragrant.

These soaps are cruelty free and contain no animal fats.

" We strongly recommend that you studiously avoid any soap which contain a cocktail of assorted chemicals. Chemicals, despite whatever benefits they may advocate, may be accompanied by an even greater number of undisclosed or unknown drawbacks, which can have a disastrous effect in the long run. Amazingly, many of these chemicals speed up the ageing process instead of retarding it as they claim!! Why?? Because they in fact dehydrate the skin and choke the oxygen supply to it. "

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  • 12/16/2017 2:24:17 AM

    Antonio
    Los Angeles , United States


  • 3/20/2015 5:19:00 PM

    Faramarz
    Seka , Thailand

    I am very pleased with Jasmine Cheese Soap
    Best regards/ Faramarz


  • 11/7/2014 5:55:33 PM

    C Ram
    Hyderabad , India

    We like the product and fast service

Recent Questions & Problems Answered

Has soap ever cured skin disorders or skin diseases of ANY kind???

Let's examine why we use soap in the first place: To clean the skin of dirt and grime To feel fresh and fragrant To treat minor skin infections or for oily skin treatment

Now for the Reality

Most of the modern soaps give a "clean" feeling by emphasizing the "fragrance" aspect. This, psychologically, help you feel fresh and therefore "clean". Nothing could be farther from the truth. Many of the cosmetic soaps and other "skin care" products contain harmful chemicals that in fact clog the pores. This results in skin irritation, rash and allergies. The petrochemical compounds and the mineral oil base that these soaps contain aggravate these conditions. Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), which is a vital ingredient in most of the soaps can cause cancer, eye damage and even alter the genetic material in cells. Chemical-based soaps also result in the hardening of toxins and body oils. These worsen the clogging of the skin and overtime this results in mal effects in the form of rashes, acne and even more serious skin infections.

What to use for a clean and fragrant skin?

As far as possible, you should use cleansing agents or soaps that use natural ingredients. These ingredients should take care of : Effective Skin Maintenance, Fragrance and Freshness.

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