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Lyonsleaf Soap-Goats Milk,Manuka Honey & Calendula

Lyonsleaf
Soap-Goats Milk,Manuka Honey & Calendula

It was formulated especially for those with dry or sensitive skin and for that reason is unscented, however the manuka honey gives it a beautiful sweet aroma and with its [more] [more] luxurious silky lather this soap is suitable for the most discerning customer, whatever their skin type. [less]
Uploaded by: at098 on 09/03/2019

Lyonsleaf Soap-Goats Milk,Manuka Honey & Calendula
Ingredients explained

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What-it-does: surfactant/cleansing

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Also-called: Water | What-it-does: solvent

Good old water, aka H2O. The most common skincare ingredient of all. You can usually find it right in the very first spot of the ingredient list, meaning it’s the biggest thing out of all the stuff that makes up the product. 

It’s mainly a solvent for ingredients that do not like to dissolve in oils but rather in water. 

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Once inside the skin, it hydrates, but not from the outside - putting pure water on the skin (hello long baths!) is drying. 

One more thing: the water used in cosmetics is purified and deionized (it means that almost all of the mineral ions inside it is removed). Like this, the products can stay more stable over time. 

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Also-called: Manuka Essential Oil;Leptospermum Scoparium Branch/Leaf Oil | What-it-does: antimicrobial/antibacterial

The essential oil coming from the Manuka tree native to New Zealand. It is distantly related to the Australian Tea Tree Oil, although their chemical composition is very different.

The main antibacterial active in tea tree oil is terpinen-4-ol (40%), while manuka's main actives are so-called cyclic triketones, such as Leptospermone, Iso-leptospermone, and Flavesone (20-30%). Both oils are antibacterial and antifungal but in different ways.

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While tea tree oil is a pretty well established anti-acne ingredient, manuka has more of a "might be useful" status for problem skin. Its strong suit is treating fungal infections such as athlete's foot, nail bed infections or foot odor. Other than that, manuka can help to relax muscles (useful for treating muscle and joint pain) and also has some antioxidant activity.

Also-called: Calendula Extract, Marigold Extract;Calendula Officinalis Extract | What-it-does: soothing, antioxidant

The extract coming from the popular garden plant Calendula or Marigold. It's used traditionally as a skin-repairing and soothing plant extract

Click here to read more at the calendula flower extract

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what‑it‑does surfactant/cleansing | emulsifying | viscosity controlling
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Normal (well kind of - it's purified and deionized) water. Usually the main solvent in cosmetic products. [more]
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Marigold extract - used traditionally as a skin-repairing and soothing plant extract.  [more]