Soap That Dehydrates The Skin. Why Should We Use It?

Many people complain about using soap because it dries out the skin

Does the problem lay in the soap you use or your skin type?

Surprisingly the answer is:

– None of them.

Let’s explain it a little further!

While using soap to wash our face we remove 4 elements simultaneously:

  • Impurities
  • Microorganisms
  • Dead skin
  • Oil

When using soap,  oils are remove, leaving that dehydrated skin sensation,  especially since the reproduction of oils is slow for the facial skin.

In many cases in oily skins, soap does not stabilize the production of oils, actually it increases it through negative  “feedback”.


The use of soap is indispensable for skin hygiene, due to its properties that we have mentioned at:

Removing the first three elements is important , BUT the oils removed should be immediately replaced.

So by using soap we  clean our skin but lose oils that nourish it.

If we do not replace them then that is what causes the problem and dehydrates our skin.

The Creams  of the “Secrets of Nature”  are a 100% Bio-prepared with herbal  oils which are the ideal solution to nourish and replace the oils lost, without  the addition of any unnecessary synthetic substance on your face.

If you do not have one of these  creams at the moment, then you can make use of natural herbal oils to provide your skin with the minimal skincare.

For dry and normal skin types you can use: Almond Oil, Sesame Oil, Hazelnut Oil, Apricot Oil, Walnut Oil etc.

For mixed and oily skin types you can: Katami Oil, Apricot Oil, Hazelnuts etc.

For oily faces the usage of specific  herbal oils is important because with their properties they stabilize the production of oils.

For the most effective way to your  daily skincare, read the link below:

High quality  oils produced by  Oneva that preserve all the natural values, provide you with the best nutrients for your Facial Beauty.

Prepared by: Pharmacist Msc. Eriona Xhaferaj

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