The 20 Ingredients of Tree Tea Soap - Keeva Organics

Tea Tree Soap: Ingredients & Benefits

Ingredients Benefits
Water Essential to all living things.
Sodium Palmate The salt found in palm oil is used as a gentle cleanser and a by-product of the soap making process.
Sodium Hydroxide Sodium Hydroxide is a highly caustic and reactive inorganic base. Function: Denaturant; pH Adjuster; BUFFERING
Aloe Vera Extract Aloe is thought to be one of the oldest remedies noted for its healing qualities. It soothes itching and reduces redness and is excellent in calming sunburn or redness caused by the cold. We use it to soften, calm, and help protect the skin.
Glycerin Glycerin is a skin-identical and skin-repairing ingredient, meaning it is a substance found naturally in skin. In that respect it is one of the many substances in skin that help maintain the outer barrier and prevent dryness or scaling.
Fragrance For fragrance purposes.
Coconut Oil Saponified coconut oil can be used in soap or other bath products to bring some of the benefits of eating the coconut to your skin. Saponified oils are those that are transformed to a hardened state during the soap making process. Look for soap that has coconut as one of the main ingredients, as it is a fatty acid that will provide your skin with great benefits.
Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca Alternifolia) Tea tree oil is thought to have antiseptic properties and has been used to prevent and treat infections.
Olive Oil Olive oil is touted for a number of beauty benefits,5 including the following:Moisturizing skin,Improving skin elasticity and its regenerative properties.Providing antioxidants and good fats to fight free radicals and facilitate skin healing.Reducing under-eye wrinkles.Massaging dry, flaky scalp or dandruff.Massaging frizzy hair or split ends (lightly warmed olive oil)
Avocado Oil Avocado oil is an edible oil pressed from the fruit of the Persea americana (avocado). As a food oil, it is used as an ingredient in other dishes, and as a cooking oil. It is also used for lubrication and in cosmetics, where it is valued for its supposed regenerative and moisturizing properties.