This soap combines the ancestral know-how of Aleppo soap making with the virtues of organic plant charcoal, which comes from Amla, the fruit of the Indian gooseberry tree. Charcoal has high adsorption qualities: the finer the powder, the better its adsorption qualities. It acts as a magnet, retaining all the skin’s impurities (pollutants, toxins, excess sebum...).
Composed of olive oil and bay laurel oil, Najel Soap with Organic Plant Charcoal will cleanse, detoxify and revitalize your skin. It is a purifying treatment that will leave your complexion looking younger and brighter.
INGREDIENTS: SODIUM OLIVATE, AQUA (WATER), CHARCOAL POWDER*, SODIUM LAURELATE, GLYCERIN, SODIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM HYDROXIDE.
*from Organic farming
Aleppo Black Soap with Organic Plant Charcoal is suitable for all skin types, especially combination to oily skin with blemishes. It can be used daily to cleanse face, body and hair. Lather on wet skin or hair, rub and rinse.
The AL NAJJAR family has been making authentic Aleppo soap since 1895 using traditional craftsmanship. This know-how is passed down from generation to generation in the family's soap factory. Every year from the end of November to the end of March, the production of the world's first hard soap is repeated using the same, unchanged process. The soaps then dry for at least nine months.
Najel Aleppo Soap is made exclusively from olive oil and bay laurel oil, two select oils that give it many virtues. Saponified olive oil is a powerful cleanser that nourishes, protects and softens skin. Bay laurel oil is known for its disinfectant and regenerative properties.
Made from traditional 200g Aleppo soaps with 5% BLO, Najel Aleppo Black Soap with Organic Plant Charcoal combines the properties of Aleppo soap with those of charcoal. For thousands of years, charcoal powder has been used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine to detoxify and purify the body. Today, the use of charcoal is increasingly popular in cosmetics. The organic plant charcoal used in Najel’s Aleppo Soap comes from Indian gooseberries, more commonly referred to as Amla. Amla is the fruit of the Indian gooseberry tree which, as its name suggests, is grown in India, but also in Nepal and Sri Lanka.