A-CN soap acts as a natural cleanser.
Uses of A-CN Soap, 75 gm
- Made from pure coconut oil and herbal oil.
- Improves skin tone and protects us from all kind of skin diseases.
- Rich in antioxidants (Vitamin C, and E).
- Removes dead skin.
- Provides intense hydration.
Directions for Use
Gently Use soap on the skin at bath.
Rinse off completely with water.
Keep it away from children.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Coconut Oil, Smilax Chaina, Aloe Barbadensis, Cynodon Dactylon.
How do you use CN soap?
Keep using it as suggested by your doctor. Wash your skin with a mild cleanser and pat it dry before applying A-CN Gel. Apply it as a thin layer onto clean, dry, unbroken skin affected by acne.
Side effects of A-CN Gel
- Skin peeling.
- Dry skin.
- Erythema (skin redness)
- Burning sensation at the site of application.
What is the use of?
Improves skin tone and protects us from all kind of skin diseases. Rich in antioxidants (Vitamin C, and E). Removes dead skin. Provides intense hydration.
What is the most basic soap?
A great place to start is a recipe that includes no colorants, design, or fragrance. I also highly recommend sticking to the three most basic soaping oils: olive, coconut and palm. This might sound a little boring to some, but there is a lot to learn when making your first batch of cold process soap.
Is pomace olive oil good for soap making?
Olive oil pomace is a staple in any maker’s collection. You’ll love how thick and moisturizing it feels in handmade soap. Compared to pure olive oil, pomace creates a slightly harder bar. It also lightly accelerates trace.