The word ‘soap’ is derived from the ancient Roman legend about Mount Sapo. Rain washed down the mountain and would cause animal fat and ashes to mix, resulting in a sort of clay mixture that they discovered made cleaning easier.
The first soap was made by Babylonians around 2800 B.C. and was used in the textile industry and for medical uses. Soap was quite expensive as it could only be made by a very small group of soap makers. The price of soap was reduced significantly in 1791 when a chemical process to create soap was discovered by a Frenchman named LeBlanc.
Body care can have a great impact on your mental health and vice versa. Consciously caring for your body is good for your soul. Maintaining proper hygiene makes it easier for you to go through daily life, and makes people more likely to respond positively to your presence.
This simple act of maintaining cleanliness in one’s self makes everyday life just a bit easier. Even when your mental health is at an all-time low, the simple act of rubbing your teeth clean of plaque – not even brushing your teeth – can actually make you feel at least a little bit better.
Different bodies have different needs, so not all skin types will react the same to a set of ingredients. In fact, not all bodies will react the same to different body care products. Some may have great results from body scrubs, while others may find that it irritates their skin instead. The same goes for soap ingredients and adhesives that are used on things like nipple covers.
Being aware of what your skin reacts to and likes can help make finding the right body care products for you much easier, and may lead to helping you achieve the body care routine of your dreams.
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