The Truth About Liquid Soap Exposed!

The Truth About Liquid Soap Exposed!

I’m writing this article because I don’t want you to continue to be taken advantage of but I do want you to be able to make informed decisions.

The Truth About Liquid Soap Exposed:

Antibacterial “Claims”: Many liquid soaps claim to be antibacterial, implying that they kill a high percentage of bacteria. While it's true that some antibacterial liquid soaps contain added antimicrobial agents like triclosan or triclocarban, (does anyone even know what those words mean?) the long-term benefits of using these products over regular soap and water are highly questionable. The FDA has banned the use of certain antimicrobial agents in soaps due to concerns about their effectiveness and potential risks.

Environmental Impact: Liquid soap is famous for leaving a film and ‘scum’ in showers and bathtubs that take harsh chemicals and lots of elbow grease to remove completely. In addition, liquid soap, especially when packaged in single-use plastic bottles, can have a significant environmental impact. The production and disposal of plastic containers contribute to pollution and waste.

Skin Sensitivity: Many people encounter skin irritation and dryness when using liquid soaps, especially those with added fragrances or harsh chemicals. This is because your liquid soap is stripped of the amazing, naturally occurring, super power ingredient called GLYCERIN!

The Fascinating, Extraordinary Benefits of Glycerin:

  1. Glycerin moisturizes the skin leaving it hydrated, nourished, soft, and supple. (Goodbye easy to tear skin!)

  2. Glycerin forms a protective layer on the skin, helping to prevent moisture loss and shield it from environmental irritants. This barrier function helps maintain the skin's natural moisture balance and protects against dryness, cracking, and chapping.

  3. Glycerin has soothing and healing properties that can benefit various skin conditions. It can help relieve minor skin irritations, such as sunburn, rashes, and insect bites. Glycerin's moisturizing effects also promote skin regeneration and wound healing.

    The reason for glycerin being stripped out of your liquid soap is so that it can be used in your lotions and creams. If you were in the market to make a large profit from skin care products, why wouldn’t you strip the glycerin out of the soap, causing your customers skin to dry, crack and become itchy and then turnaround to sell them lotion to fix this ‘problem’?


    Each of our premium soap bars contain the full amount of naturally occurring glycerin. They are loaded with vitamin rich oils that will moisturize your skin, leave you feeling pampered, and make you wonder why you didn’t make the switch yesterday.

    Because of the rich lather, each bar is highly recommended to be used as face wash, body wash, shaving cream, and yes, even shampoo; making this 3 in 1 product that much more affordable.

    Don’t continue to be fooled by the ‘natural looking’ bottles and skin care products on your local grocery shelves. Many of the items are filled with preservatives to maintain mass production; fragrances, because they don’t spoil; and harsh chemicals, because they’re cheaper than using real nourishing ingredients.

    Switching from a drying skin care product to a moisturizing one is like a little magic show. It’s exciting, beautiful, and delightful.                                                                                                                              Julia Raber

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