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Alpaca soaps with keratin

Alpaka Seifen mit Keratin von Alpakin in Alpakaform mit Lavendel im Hintergrund
With keratin from alpaca wool, without palm oil, parabens and animal fats.

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Special features of our alpaca soaps

  • Without palm oil, animal fats and additives
  • Natural keratin from alpaca wool. Shea butter & olive oil as added vegetable fats
  • Without parabens & mineral oils
  • Handmade by a small soap factory in Germany
  • Environmentally friendly and manufactured to EU standards
Alpaka Herde im grünen Andengebirge von Peru

Alpaca soaps – naturally rich in keratin

Alpaca soaps are soaps made from alpaca wool. While they were hardly known a few years ago, more and more people are now looking for natural cosmetics that are kind to the skin. Only the wool of the alpacas is used to make alpaca soaps, not their meat or skin. Alpacas come from South America and live in countries such as Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina, and not freely, but in the care of people, as they are bred animals. Alpacas are sheared once a year, the majority of their alpaca fur is used to make high-quality natural fiber clothing, only a small amount of fleece is needed for the soap-making process to make alpaca keratin soaps. Alpaca wool contains keratin and proteins, which make alpaca soaps mild and particularly nourishing. Alpaca wool contains around 90% keratin, a high proportion of this special substance. Less fat is also needed to make alpaca soaps than with conventional soaps. For a better understanding: fats are needed in the production of soaps for firmness and to form foam. Industrial manufactured soaps contain cheap palm oil, whereas our highly nourishing Alpaca Keratin soaps only contain the vegetable fats shea butter and olive oil.

Alpaca wool, as the warmest clothing and in the form of gentle alpaca soaps, is a treat for the skin. Alpaca keratin soaps clean thoroughly and are as natural and nourishing as possible. With soaps made from alpaca wool, you can say goodbye to dry skin and choose high-quality natural cosmetics, free from microplastics and other harmful ingredients such as parabens and mineral oils.

Was genau ist mit Alpaka Keratin gemeint?

The special feature of alpaca soaps is their alpaca keratin content. Alpaca wool is naturally rich in keratin, a protein that is one of the most important building blocks for skin, hair and nails. Keratin makes it resilient and elastic, which is why keratin has always been used to make hair shampoos and shower gels. Alpaca keratin soaps are available for hair, body and also for men to clean their beards in order to take advantage of the benefits of keratin and to naturally strengthen skin and hair. Alpaca soaps are also moisturizing, so you can skip applying cream after a shower with a clear conscience. When traveling, alpaca keratin soaps are not only suitable for washing hands, but also for body showers.

Alpaka Seifen bei Neurodermitis

Alpaca soaps are made from natural ingredients and are therefore particularly gentle on the skin. Alpaca soaps gently cleanse the skin without drying it out and provide moisture. People with neurodermatitis suffer from dry, itchy and reddened skin. Our alpaca soaps are made without synthetic chemicals and fragrances that can irritate the skin. Instead, they often contain herbal or plant extracts that additionally soothe the skin and relieve itching and inflammation. Alpaca soaps for neurodermatitis are an ideal choice for caring for the skin gently and without artificial additives.

Handgesiedete Seife mit Keratin aus Alpakawolle

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environmentally friendly & handmade

To make alpaca soap, the valuable keratin from the alpaca fiber is dissolved in a special process and then added to the saponification process. The result is a natural soap that supports the regeneration and care of the skin thanks to the keratin it contains. Each alpaca soap is unique, the color of the soap corresponds to the color of the alpaca wool. Fragrances such as rose or lavender are often added, which then also influences the color of the alpaca soap.

If you find a white, powdery layer on your soap, this is not a defect, but a sign of quality. The soda ash is a natural component of hand-made soap and shows you that your alpaca soap is something natural. We source our high-quality alpaca soaps with keratin from a small soap factory in Saxony, Germany. They have specialized in the production of alpaca keratin soaps for many years. The alpaca soaps are handmade, palm oil-free and without animal fats. Only the vegetable fats olive oil and shea butter are added to the alpaca soaps. The soap factory runs its own alpaca farm and uses its alpaca wool for the alpaca soaps production. This shortens transport routes and the packaging also consciously uses less plastic and existing packaging materials from everyday life. Alpakin alpaca soaps are environmentally friendly and rich in natural keratin. A treat for the skin, equally popular with women and men.

Alpaca soaps as a gift idea

Real alpaca fans are happy to receive alpaca gifts such as special care products. Alpaca soaps containing keratin support the skin structure and make it pleasantly soft. With alpaca soaps you not only care for yourself in the most natural way possible, but you are also very close to your favorite animal.