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The recipes as well as the skills and secrets of the soap makers arrived in the Mediterranean region. In the country of origin Aleppo soap is called “Sapun Ghar”. The basis for this soap is laurel and olive oil. Even today Aleppo soap is made according to traditional recipes and contains neither artificial flavours nor perfume. The boiling plants in which Aleppo soap is produced do not have the technical facilities to process synthetic materials. Only a dozen of the traditional soap manufacturers still produce Aleppo soaps today. All the others have moved their production from the old town to the immediate vicinity of Aleppo or have given up. Aleppo soap is produced in the months from November to March. The soap blocks are then stacked on top of each other and dried in well ventilated vaults to meet the sales criteria that each silk factory declares for itself. The vaults are usually located in the upper floors of the soap factories. While the soap blocks dry, the outer skin turns light and the soap hardens. In the core, however, the original colouring of Aleppo soap is retained. Aleppo soap can be stored for years without losing its high quality. It can, for example, be stored in the wardrobe as a fragrance dispenser in order to mature. The longer Aleppo soap is stored, the finer the porosity of the foam formed during use. By a longer storage the soap becomes harder and the service life of the soap is extended.


The proportion of laurel and olive oil is different for each type of Aleppo soap. Consumers may assume that Aleppo soap contains 2 to 4 percent laurel oil and 60 to 98 percent olive oil, as well as minerals, such as Dead Sea salt and various vitamins, such as vitamin E, for example. Particularly high-quality Aleppo soaps contain up to 40 percent laurel oil, for example the product Bio Aleppo Soap 60 % olive oil 40 % laurel oil. Laurel oil has antibacterial and antiseptic properties, soothes the skin and has a positive effect on the health and texture of hair and skin. As a rule of thumb, the higher the proportion of laurel oil, the more precious soap is. When selecting Aleppo soap, the colour of the outer skin and the purity of the soap must be taken into account. The ripening process of Aleppo soap is also visible inside the soap. Despite drying, the soap core remains soft. However, if the soft core is noticeably large, this is an indication that synthetically produced ingredients were used in the production process. In this case you should refrain from buying the soap and choose another type of Aleppo soap

Aleppo soap is a particularly skin-friendly soap. Since the use of this natural soap does not over-cultivate the skin and therefore reacts with impurities, it can also be a solution for adolescents who have to fight acne and skin impurities during puberty and beyond. Aleppo soap can also be a natural solution for dry skin. Natural soap can be used to wash the face, hands, body, hair and as a shaving soap. Aleppo soap is also suitable for people with sensitive skin. Aleppo soap contains no ingredients of animal origin and can therefore also be recommended to vegans. Whoever buys Aleppo soap from Syria also makes a personal contribution so that the people who make the soap in the soap manufactories can make a living from their work. Although laurel oil is recommended for the care of neurodermatitis, acne and sensitive skin, this natural ingredient is an allergen. Skin irritations and allergies caused by the use of Aleppo soap can therefore unfortunately not be excluded. For allergy sufferers, natural soaps made from pure, cold pressed olive oil, such as the product Najel Aleppo Soap pure olive oil, 200 g, are an alternative.

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