Alep soap, composed of olive oil and Laurier berry oil, gently cleans all types of skins, even the most fragile ones. It is recommended for very dry skin, intolerant, acneic, as well as skin suffering from eczema or psoriasis.
Developed through natural ingredients, no added preservatives or dyes, the Aleppo soap preserves your health and respects the environment.
If Syria packed with treasures dating from the Roman, Byzantine and Mamluk, with mosques, churches and castles of the Crusaders, it is now disfigured by a civil war that continues to destroy it. And when our ears echoes the name of Aleppo, one can not help thinking of the soap makers and their famous recipe which allowed them to develop the first ever soap. It was in the seventh century ...
The birth of Aleppo soap results from the discovery of saponification in antiquity. Aleppo soap is also a color that can vary from pale yellow to dark green. Plant, the scent that emerges is tricky. Irregular in shape because even hand cut, soap takes the form of a cube of about 200 g. A buffer representing the master soap maker is hit on one of the main faces of the cube. Halved, soap reveals a beautiful deep green. Contact with air, the cut becomes brown to green once again become scratched.
Olive oil is moisturizing and protects the fat from the skin. As for the bay laurel oil, it is antiseptic and healing. Here is a cocktail of benefits that can be used for daily cleansing, both for the body as the face and hair. The slight scent of cloves and nutmeg that emerges is due to bay laurel. The combination of these beneficial plant oils, added to the original expertise of Aleppo soap makers, make the reputation of this exceptional soap, surgras said, very soothing to some skin conditions.
It is economical because it lasts much longer than any other existing soaps. As low foaming, it is recommended for washing babies, the skin of the latter being flushed quickly.
Moreover, it leaves no trace of perfume. And feeding at will, it makes the skin beautiful.