Aleppo soap is an ecological product, free of artificial colorants, synthetic fragrances, palm oil and preservatives. It is made using artisanal methods: the soap paste is obtained by saponification of olive and bay laurel oils. Aleppo soap (also known as savon d'Alep, laurel soap, Syrian soap, or ghar soap, the Arabic word "غَار", meaning 'laurel') is a handmade hard bar soap associated with the city ofAleppo, Syria. Aleppo soap is classified as a Castle Soap as it is a hard soap made from olive oil and lye, from which it is distinguished by the inclusion of laurel oil. As higher the concentration of laurel oil in soap, as more skin caring and moisturising properties it will have.
Aleppo soap can be used daily as soap for washing and shampooing, as face mask, as shaving cream, and for bathing infants and babies.
Very soft and hypoallergenic, Aleppo soap is suitable for all ages and all skin types, even respecting that of babies. It is recommended by dermatologists for people with delicate skin and various skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and allergies. You can use it on body and face.