Home » Archives for Odile

Odile

CARPE DIEM

Beware of the sweet foam!

  • by

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (commonly known as SLS) is a popular cleaning product with industrial companies because it is simply very cheap. But it is also known for its strong irritating power in contact with the skin, eyes and inhalation in the respiratory system. It Is Also Toxic To Marine Organisms. Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) is a derivative of SLS made softer by ethoxylation (by adding ethylene oxide). A Common Component… Read More »Beware of the sweet foam!

Donkey’s Milk Soap Preserve The Skin

  • by

Donkey’s Milk Soap Was First Used By The Greeks, Romans And Egyptians. The Beauty-Conscious Queens Of Egypt Used Donkey Milk Soap To Preserve The Youthfulness And Tone Of Their Skin. This soap has a composition close to mother’s milk, rich in vitamins (A, B, C, D and E…seriously!), essential fatty acids, minerals and phospholipids (a fat that constitutes the cell membrane). It helps to treat or soothe acne, psoriasis, eczema,… Read More »Donkey’s Milk Soap Preserve The Skin

Aleppo soap Known Since Antiquity

  • by

Originally From The City Of Aleppo In Syria, This Soap Has Been Known Since Antiquity. Its Manufacturing Process Has Not Changed At All Since! Simple composition: vegetable Olive oils, bay laurel, vegetable soda and water. No synthetic products or animal fats are used. The traditional Aleppo soap comes in the form of a beige, brown or greenish bar depending on the composition. It must have the manufacturer’s registration and its… Read More »Aleppo soap Known Since Antiquity