Where Does the Scent of Natural Soap Come from?

Jul. 14, 2021

Natural soaps are great for skincare and they have some amazing benefits for your skin. Let's take a look at the benefits of natural soap and what it can do for your skin.

The benefits of natural soaps include


Natural soap bars naturally produce an ingredient called glycerin. This ingredient is highly prized for its moisturizing ability and has been removed and sold in the over-the-counter soaps you typically find in supermarkets and drugstores. Natural soaps often contain high amounts of glycerin, which is what makes them so moisturizing.


Natural soaps are a great way to become greener. By using natural soaps instead of plastic-wrapped body washes, you can save a lot of plastic. You can also prevent many of the chemicals used in over-the-counter soaps from being put back into the environment.

One of the chemicals used in antibacterial soaps turns into dioxins when exposed to sunlight, and these cancer-causing dioxins are found in higher concentrations in our drinking water. Learn more in our dedicated article on antibacterial soaps.


Smells good

True natural soap bars are made with essential oils, not fragrance oils. Essential oils come directly from plants, so they smell like the scents you know from nature. They also have a wide range of natural benefits for the skin and body.


How does natural soap smell?

Soap can be made naturally and then scented with something that we call fragrance oil in the industry. This fragrance oil is synthetic, which means it is artificially made. Roughly speaking, it is made with chemicals. It may contain natural elements, but it will contain chemicals and additives to enhance the scent and extend its shelf life.


This is because the actual process in soap making dilutes the odor and weakens it. This is why companies use fragrance oils because they are usually chemically enhanced and have a stronger smell, especially through the saponification process. When you use natural essential oils, they tend to lose their scent in the process unless you use them in large quantities. In the EU and UK, the maximum amount of fragrance you can use is 3% of the total blend.


Fragrance oils are protected by EU laws. Manufacturers do not have to disclose the ingredients contained in their fragrances. This is due to the fear that their competitors will copy their recipes. While this may be the case, I think consumers want to know exactly what they are putting on their skin. Perfumes or fragrances are made from a mixture of ingredients, where the ingredients can take many forms such as liquid, solid, crystalline, etc.


Cinnamyl Acetate can be used as modifiers, and a good set incense capacity, appropriate for the carnation, hyacinth, lilac, lily of the valley, jasmine, gardenia, rabbit ears flower, yellow daffodils, and other flower essences. Rose with income, has increased the role of warm sweet, but the dosage should be small; with geraniol, sharing can get the beautiful rose style. It is also commonly used in food flavors such as cherries, grapes, peaches, apricots, apples, berries, wind pears, cinnamon, cinnamon, and other types of fragrances. The preparation of soap, and daily make-up flavor. In the preparation of lily of the valley, jasmine and gardenia fragrance such as perfume, as well as oriental flavor agent used as a fragrant aroma component determined.

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