Body Soaps ( Cold Press )
Soap is one of those everyday items that we take for granted, but did you know that it dates back thousands of years to the time when the ancient Babylonians blended fats and ash to create the first soap?
Modern soaps frequently have modern components, but the basic concept of soap as we know it is based on this historical version.
Soap can be made in a variety of ways. The cold process approach is the one we believe produces the highest quality bar of soap. The cold process soap producing method, which has been passed down through centuries, provides delicate soaps that, when cured for 4 to 6 weeks, offer a long-lasting bar with maximum moisturization. It is said to only use the best natural ingredients and essential oils in this traditional soap-making procedure to make soap that is even acceptable for sensitive skin.
At Earth Rhythm, we're dedicated to ensuring that our bodies are properly nourished and exposed to only the most beneficial components. Earth Rhythm's natural cold-pressed bar soap uses a cold-processed soap method to integrate 100% pure essential oils, ensuring that all therapeutic properties are preserved.
Your skin is the largest organ in your body, and it's responsible for shielding your sensitive internal organs from the elements. It's also an excellent absorber, so it's a fantastic route to get into the bloodstream. We may be exposed to hazardous fragrance oil and synthetic chemicals in the lotions, soaps, and deodorants we use on a daily basis.
What are cold-pressed soaps?
All soap is made via a chemical reaction called saponification, which occurs when a lye solution reacts with a fat or oil. Soapmakers pour the soap into molds after combining lye water and oils. Soap batter saponified and enters the gel phase after 24 hours. They must cure for another 24 hours after being removed from the soap mould before being cut into individual bars of soap.
- Cold-pressed, on the other hand, allows the lye combination to be neutralised without the need for external heat sources, a process known as “curing.”
- This is a time-consuming procedure that permits saponification to occur gradually.
- The soap can take up to 4-6 weeks to cure.
- The absence of heat preserves the essential oil, allowing it to lather you in medicinal deliciousness.
Advantages of using Cold Pressed Soap
- A Creamy Feeling
A creamy lather is created by cold-pressed soap formulated with all-natural components like plant oils and butters for thorough moisturization. Cold-pressed soaps, unlike other forms of soap, penetrate deep into the skin to help reduce dry, irritated skin. One such best of the cold-pressed soap is the Aloe vera lemongrass soap by Earth Rhythm. Having aloe vera as a natural moisturizer in the skin, it hydrates the skin to the core along with removing the dead cells. It also helps improve skin elasticity, reduces acne and blemishes, along with reducing fine lines, wrinkles and dark spots.
- Natural and powerful
Natural soap-making components such as coconut oil, shea butter, and olive oil might lose their benefits due to the heating process in hot process soap procedures; the cold process approach ensures that these natural elements are better retained. And this is what we at Earth Rhythm follow. Each and every soap made and delivered to you is filled with the goodness of all-natural ingredients. One great example can be the Oats, Milk and Honey Body Cleanser by Earth Rhythm.
It's packed with oatmeal's anti-inflammatory, anti-itch, and antioxidant capabilities, which help to soothe skin irritation caused by skin disorders. It is a natural exfoliant and cleanser that is incredibly hydrating, combats aging symptoms, normalises your skin's pH balance, and is a natural exfoliate and cleanser. Honey, which has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, is another component that helps heal skin irritations. It's high in antioxidants, which promote slower aging, fewer wrinkles, and less free-radical damage. It's a natural sunscreen that's also very hydrating, giving you a healthy shine. Alpha-hydroxy acids in goat's milk bind to dead skin cells and help them fall off naturally. It's an anti-ageing cleanser and natural moisturiser that's gentle on the skin.
- Intense Fragrance
Natural essential oils like lavender and jasmine, as well as fragrance oils like chocolate and apple, are commonly used to scent cold-pressed soaps by Earth Rhythm. Because cold process soap takes many weeks to cure completely, the aroma develops over time. Hence, we make sure to load them with natural goodness.
- Indulgent Lather
Unlike hot process soap, cold-pressed alternatives can be expertly whipped for the lightest touch, even floating on water! The capacity of cold process soap to create great lather allows for a genuinely pleasurable bathing experience.
- Vibrantly Colorful
Many soaps are embellished with swirls, layers of colour, and all sorts of unique designs using cold-pressed soap production techniques by Earth Rhythm. Some have a textural layer of natural components, while others have a top layer of herbs for an artistic finish. To extract and enhance the natural colour in the soap, Earth Rhythm employs a patented process. We don't use any artificial colours in our soap. One great example is the Rainbow Goat Milk Soap by Earth Rhythm.