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Handmade soap

11:08, December 16

Armenian craftsmen of Handmade do not cease to amaze us mere mortals. But if we got used relatively quickly to the jewelry and crafts of all types, one of the branches of Handmade - handmade soap is still strange and curios for many. If it is handmade, should it be preferable to the ones in the store? Why? What is the difference? Soap studio director, chief soap-boiler and the seller in one person Maria Bagdasarova shared the answers to these questions with NEWS.am STYLE.

“Handmade soap is very different from the factory production.

Handmade soap contains no synthetic additives, petroleum products and chemicals.

The shelf-life of the soap varies from 3 months to 1 year, in contrast to the almost perpetual factory produced one.

The handmade soap hypoallergenic, has great smell, good foam, does not melt in the soap dish that contains a little water and looks nice and original.

It heightens the mood. Besides, you can order soap and create your own fragrance that reflects exactly your character,” Bagdasarova said.

By Anahit Grigoryan/ NEWS.am STYLE

Photo from Maria Baghdasarova’s private archive


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