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Finding the right soap is crucial for any skin care routine, but is especially crucial for those who struggle with a skin problem that needs special treatment. While there are an abundance of therapeutic soaps to select from, it is not always easy to tell which one is right for you. Here we consider a number of among the most common skin problem and the soaps that can help keep them at bay.
Acne is a thing that the vast majority of people experience at some time or another in our lives. It is not necessarily confined to our teenage years. The right therapeutic soap is one that calms the skin while providing antibacterial properties, instead of one with oils that are likely to clog pores and make the condition worse. Tea tree oil is both antibacterial and antifungal so a soap containing this ingredient is highly recommended for this condition.
The severity of psoriasis varies from one person to another, with a number of the most severe cases suffering unbearable skin irritation and soreness. Finding a soap that doesn't aggravate the skin further may be tricky, but the key is to try to find ingredients that soothe and moisturise the skin. Oatmeal and honey are great for eradicating dead skin cells and smoothing the skin while providing moisture, making a soap with these ingredients ideal for psoriasis.
Those that have to deal with sensitive skin can experience an incidence for a variety of reasons, from an allergy to a new washing powder to an outbreak of prickly heat as a result of heat. When using soap on this condition, it should be soothing and provide an antiseptic or antibacterial quality to avoid the rash from spreading. Sandalwood is ideal as it is known for its ability to soothe irritated and itchy skin, so try to find a soap using this as its cornerstone.
We have a wide range therapeutic soaps to select from, so you can use our condition match function to help you choose the correct soap at an affordable price if you would like more information about the most suitable option for your complexion. Feel free to cntact us by using the contact form or by commenting on the article in the box below.