Lucious, organic, hemp terpene medicated body soap. 100% all natural 100g bars. Artisan made and hand crafted. Effective relief from all forms of skin issues including inflammatory and neuropathic pain, regular use helps reduce stress and pain.
Body Soap - Peppermint Rise - 100g
Ingredients: Organic Goat's Milk and Glycerin Soap, Charcoal and Natural Mica Clay, Peppermint, Spearmint and Eucalyptus Essential Oils, Hemp Oil and Hemp Terpenes.
Peppermint soap is very effective when it comes to bacterial eradication. What makes peppermint soap so desirable for health, though, isn't just its cleansing properties but its additional effects - in aromatherapy particularly. Peppermint's aroma brings about a calming effect. For a very relaxing bath, you can use peppermint soap for maximum bliss.
For those who pull all-nighters due to work or study, baths with peppermint soap would come in really handy, as a sniff of peppermint essential oil stimulates the mind. You'll practically regain all the vitality your mind had over the day after a nice, warm bath with peppermint soap.
How does peppermint soap work?
The nutrients and menthol content found in peppermint essential oil is responsible for the effects of peppermint soap. First up, peppermint soap, when applied to the skin in either solid or liquid form, kills germs and bacteria on the surface, leaving residue that can be washed off with water.
In aromatherapy, aromatic molecules, or the active ingredients in essential oils, interact with the nasal cavity when inhaled through the nose. Next, these molecules make their way up to the brain at the limbic system, which controls the activity of the endocrine and nervous systems. The brain then transmits these molecules to the aforementioned organ systems. The endocrine system, which is in charge of hormonal release, carries these molecules as hormones are released to the bloodstream and in turn, the molecules are circulated to different parts of the body with the blood. The nervous system, when doused with aromatic molecules, sends messages to its nerve receptors to slow down, subsequently creating stress relief.