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Frequently asked questions

What are the enzyme soap bars made of?


Skinship Soap Bar is made of all natural ingredients, inclusive of coconut oil, distilled water, NaOH, enzyme water, shea butter, olive oil, grapeseed oil, caster oil.




Are Skinship essential oils safe for all to use?


We highly recommend to keep out of reach from children and avoid usage during pregnancy. Other precautions to note: - Do not ingest. - Do not apply directly to skin. - Avoid direct sunlight and store in a cool well-ventilated place.




How do I use the bubble foaming net?


Put Skinship Enzyme Handmade Soap into bubble foaming net, wet the soap bar and bubble net with clear water. Use clean hands to rub or directly scrub on body to quickly extract a rich and cotton-like foam. Applying bubble foam evenly on face or directly on body when washing face or bathing. Hang it in ventilated place after use.




What are the brand's effort to be environmentally conscious?


All of our products are made of the most natural ingredients. Our goal is to be 100% natural and low-waste as our brand grows. We try to keep packaging minimal and produced in the least harmful way to our environment. At Skinship, we’re always keeping an eye out on methods to reduce our wastage and we’re all ears to hear your thoughts on how we can improve.




What are the properties of enzyme?


Enzymes have two primary uses in skin care—exfoliation and anti-inflammation. The upper layer of our skin is mostly made of dead skin cells containing keratin protein. The enzymes can break down these keratin protein and penetrate into the skin to boost the production of collagen resulting in soft, smooth and hydrated the skin.




How can the soap be natural when lye (NaOH and KOH) is added?


Lye is used in the production process for making our enzyme soaps. The chemical reaction is called saponification. During the process, lye and oil molecules combined to form soap and glycerin. In our strict production, most of the lye added is used up in the saponification process. After the saponification, soap bars are left in the curing shelves for at least 2-4 weeks. The remaining lye will evaporate completely in this final step, leaving the soap free of any chemical.