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Is Your Soap Made With Chemicals?

Did you know that many soaps today are not actually considered Soap? They are technically called cleansers or surfactants. The reason for this is because SOAP is made from a process called Saponification while a cleanser is a formulated product consisting of surfactants and a variety of chemicals.

Cleansers and soap are both effective at cleaning ones skin but the ingredients that you find can vary greatly

Natural Bar Soap like Pure Rush Soap are made with simple, natural & organic ingredients. Which means you will not find any chemicals, artificial dyes or synthetic ingredients in the product. This can give you peace of mind that you are cleaning your body with ingredients that you know and trust such as Saponified Olive, Coconut and Palm Oils.

Non-natural body bars use a range of synthetic and artificial ingredients that can dry and irritate your skin. Have you ever gotten out of the shower and felt super itchy? This may be due to the type of soap you are using and the ingredients they use. Below are some ingredients that you may find in a non-natural bar soap. If your soap makes your skin feel dry, itchy or irritated... you may consider switching to a natural option.

Some Ingredients Found in non-natural Body Cleaners

Ingredient Name

Link to Chemical Profile

Lauric Acid

Sodium Stearate

Sodium Laurate

Tetrasodium Etidronate

Tetrasodium EDTA


Titanium Dioxide

Stearic Acid

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