Aleppo soap with Dead Sea mud 100 g - Savon d'Alep à la boue de la mer Morte - Najel
- Aleppo soap with natural Dead Sea mud Made in Syria certified by the union of producers of Aleppo soap.
- Regenerating soap.
- Neck and face, body.
Dead Sea mud has been used since ancient times and recognized for its effectiveness in the treatment and prevention of conditions such as psoriasis, acne and rheumatism, and is here combined with the purifying, nourishing and regenerating qualities of the original Aleppo soap. Aleppo soap with Dead Sea mud by Najel is a daily care for the softness, vitality and elasticity of the skin.
- Content: 100 g e
- Made in Aleppo, Syria
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Aleppo Soap with Dead Sea Mud - Savon d'Alep à la boue de la mer Morte - Najel SAS NAJJAR
Formed from the silt sediments of the Dead Sea, the mud from the Dead Sea Najel settles naturally along its shores. It has been appreciated since ancient times for its revitalizing qualities and the multiple virtues in daily body care.
Aleppo soap is the product of the most ancient saponification procedure that has been traced in the history of civilization. It precedes the Marseille soap by centuries and maintains its own uniqueness in its formulation, thanks to the abundant presence of not only olive oil but also bay leaf oil.
Here combined in the Aleppo Soap with Dead Sea mud, they give life to a unique product in terms of consistency and healing qualities.
Information, advice on use and application of Najel Aleppo soap with mud of the Dead Sea
This Aleppo soap is recommended for face and neck care, it is suitable for all skin types.
It allows you to enjoy the benefits of the Dead Sea mud combined with the virtues of Aleppo soap for a delicate remineralizing exfoliation.
To be used once or twice a week, avoiding the eye area, gently massage the face and neck in a circular way with the fingertips before rinsing with fresh water.
Aleppo soap with Dead Sea Mud Aleppo Soap
INCI: SODIUM OLIVATE, AQUA (WATER), MARIS LIMUS EXTRACT (DEAD SEA MUD), SODIUM LAURELATE, GLYCERIN, SODIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, LIMONENE.
100% of the total is of natural origin. The Dead Sea muds are Natural Cosmos NAT Certified by Ecocert Greenlife according to the Cosmos Eco-Cert standard.
Dead Sea mud contains:
Potassium chloride 0.60 - 0.80%
Sodium chloride 3-5%
Magnesium chloride 8-10%
Calcium chloride 3-5%
Made in Aleppo, Syria
History of Aleppo Soap and Dead Sea mud
The Al Najjar family has been manufacturing the authentic Aleppo soap since 1895 using generational artisanal know-how.
Aleppo soap is the first block type of soap to be recollected in the history of civilization, it is the closest ancestor, by formulation, to the western Marseille soap.
Apleppo Soap know-how is passed down from generation to generation in the Al Najjar family soap factory, located in the city of Aleppo, in northern Syria.
Every year, from the end of November to the end of March, the production is repeated according to an unchanged process in terms of method and composition. The soaps are then dried for a minimum period of nine months, oxidizing on the surface and taking on a yellow / brown color, preserving the green color of the oils that compose them at the core.
Najel Aleppo soap is composed exclusively of organic olive oil and bay leaf oil, two noble oils that guarantees many virtues.
Saponified olive oil is a powerful cleanser that nourishes, protects and softens the skin.
Bay leaf oil is recognized for its disinfectant and regenerating properties. The higher its concentration, the more soothing the soap is for skin irritated or stressed by the elements, with known curative returns for conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, acne, dermatosis.
The mud of the Dead Sea
Located on the border between Israel, the West Bank and Jordan, the waters of the Dead Sea contain more than 25% of salts while other seas and oceans of the globe only 5%.
The basin is located in a depression minus 400 meters from sea level, the largest hydrographic at this depth in the earth.
The high salt concentration of its water does not allow the development of any animal or plant life. However, the mineral salts it contains are an extraordinary source of benefits for the whole body. Thanks to the high content of magnesium, potassium and calcium, the water of the Dead Sea is an extraordinary source of healing, purifying and regenerating elements.
Formed by sediments, the mud from the Dead Sea settles naturally along its banks. This characteristic black mud has revitalizing qualities, has been appreciated since ancient times and is an essential for skin care. In ancient Egypt, Cleopatra already practiced Dead Sea mud baths to maintain the radiance of her complexion.
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