Buzz Word: What are Humectants

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As many of you know, at Hazel’s Soapery we love to keep you informed. So today we are discussing another Buzz Word: What are Humectants? We know you have heard of them, but what do they do and how does this help your skin?🌿





humectants (plural noun)

  1. a substance, especially a skin lotion or a food additive, used to reduce the loss of moisture.
    Source: Oxford Dictionary

Did you know humectants are the key to locking in that much-needed moisture for your skin? 🧖‍♀️ They work wonders by drawing moisture from the air and locking it into your skin, leaving you with a radiant glow that lasts all day.

At Hazel’s Soapery, we’re passionate about crafting products that genuinely love your skin, and that’s why we incorporate various types of humectants into our formulations. Some examples are:

  1. Shea Butter: Nature’s moisture magnet, it’s like a tall glass of water for your skin, plumping it up with hydration and leaving it silky smooth.
  2. Glycerin: This age-old humectant soothes and nourishes your skin, leaving it feeling soft and supple.
  3. Aloe Vera: Renowned for its soothing properties, aloe vera not only hydrates but also calms and rejuvenates your skin.
    Hazels Soapery Introduces New Body Lotion

Therefore, when searching for products to relieve your dry skin, especially during the winter months, make sure they contain humectants. These incredible ingredients usually work best on damp skin, helping to seal in moisture as well as attract it.

Experience the magic of humectants with Hazel’s Soapery. Your skin deserves the best! ✨

Mindful Showers Sugar Scrub Set
Whipped Splendor Body Butter
All Purpose Salve

Visit us today and indulge in a world of natural skincare that pampers your skin, only at Hazel’s Soapery. 💚

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