Overview Headline
The earliest recorded evidence of the production of soap-like materials originates back to around 2800 BC in ancient Babylon. The ancient Egyptians bathed regularly with a combination of animal and vegetable oils (i.e., lipids) with alkaline salts to create soap-like substances with surfactant properties. In chemistry soap is a salt of a fatty acid that acts as a surfactant for washing, bathing, and cleaning. The unique property of soaps to form micelles (i.e., structure of a soap bubble formed by a lipids) to entrap dirt particles is important from a hygiene perspective. The use of organic soap over in-organic soap (made from unnatural synthetic chemical processes) is better for the following reasons:

• Hypoallergenic
• No toxicity
• Leaves skin free of unnatural residues

Natural Ingredients
Soaps are formulated with natural ingredients that are generally regarded as safe (GRAS) in the general population. All natural ingredients in soaps are proven to be safe and efficacious without testing in animal models.

An Alternate Approach
The addition of a novel anti-aging agent, such as Bonicel™, to organic soap provides an extra edge in making the skin appear healthy. Bonicel™ works together with the organic soap by providing the following additional benefits:

• Hypoallergenic
• No toxicity
• Reduces the appearance of:
o Fine lines and wrinkles
o Under eye puffiness
o Roughness
o Pore size
How to use Anti-aging Organic Soap
1. Apply warm water to face.
2. Wash face with lathered anti-aging face soap, and rinse with warm water.
3. Apply Mother Earth's Renewal Anti-aging Astringent, and allow to dry.
4. Apply Mother Earth's Renewal face cream.
5. Apply foundation and your make-up regime.
Affordable samples of Bonicel™ anti-aging products are available for trial at the following website:
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