Our orange soap with cinnamon has some wonderful skin benefits. You can read about the history of cinnamon and orange as well as their benefits in this article.
The History of Orange
People believe that orange is native to southeast Asia, particularly the eastern area of Assam in India as well as northern Myanmar and western Yunnan in China. Orange was grown in both these regions more than 7000 years ago.
The first oranges were small, sour, and barely edible. So, it was engineered in China to produce the sweet orange we all love today. This was done by cross breeding mandarins and pomelo.
The History of Cinnamon
Indonesians transported cinnamon to East Africa, then local traders took it to the Roman markets. Arabs brought the spice through trade routes into Egypt, Italian traders would buy the spice from Egypt and take it to Italy. Portuguese traders went to Sri-Lanka in the 6th century. Sri-Lanka was the largest cinnamon producer at the time, that is when they started forming a monopoly in trading cinnamon.
Benefits of Orange Cinnamon Soap
Orange oil has antimicrobial properties, this helps fight the bad bacteria on your skin, lessening breakouts. Other than fighting acne, it could reduce the scarring. Cinnamon oil aids orange oil in fighting bacteria and unclogging pores, making sure the skin is clean. Cinnamon oil can also help fight acne and scarring.
Orange oil has antioxidants which can help fight free radicals which cause skin aging. Additionally, Orange oil is full of vitamin C which helps promote collagen production and gives the skin a great glow and even tone. This means orange oil may slow down the aging process. Cinnamon oil also helps fight skin aging by promoting collagen production.
These two oils combined can act as a defense against skin infections due to their antifungal and antibacterial properties. This could also help fight any odors. Cinnamon and Orange oil can help boost your mood too!
All in all our orange soap can help you with many skin problems, add moisture and glow to your skin while nourishing and detoxing it.