Initially Loofa was used by many in the kitchen as a scrubber. Loofah became a popular exfoliating tool for use on the body after its popularity in the kitchen. Loofah has been commonly used in hundreds of thousands of homes worldwide since then. What is Loofah? Loofah is a common vegetable that is eaten in Asia and Africa, often referred to as Luffa and Luffah. It is typically harvested and used as fruit when it reaches maturity. Yet as it grow older, it is usually used in manufacturing of Luffa scrubs, Luffah sponges or Loofah soaps. What are Loofah Soaps? In many parts of the world, Loofah is a popular exfoliant. Loofah can clear and soften the skin but raw use may yield unpredictable results. To certain consumers with very delicate skin, the exterior of Loofah is not suitable to exfoliation. A fine piece of art and science - loofah soap - is the solution to this problem. What’s in a Loofah Soap? A straightforward reply would be 'Loofah.' Loofah soap is rich in it, but also includes other moisturizing essential ingredients such as glycerin, shea butter, and essential oils, which make exfoliation an enjoyable and not a painful experience. The soap manufacturers have created this genius exfoliating solution to exfoliate and wash at the same time, as natural loofah soap does contain real loofah bits. Loofah fiber deeply cleans the skin and soapy properties ensure that during exfoliation no bacteria are attracted. Why to use a Loofah Soap? • Loofah is environmentally friendly and, due to its exfoliating properties, has been used for thousands of years for body care. • It is stable and suited to every skin type. • It's very relaxing to use Loofah. Each bath feels like a revitalizing spa experience so that the body is relaxed after a long day. • Loofah's massaging properties are unparalleled. Loofah is known to relax and relieve any fatiguing muscle of the body whether it is foot, shoulder or any part of the body. Loofah doubles its massaging properties in circular movements. • Loofah is used for dry skin shedding. • Loofah is used to reduce callus feet and skin cracking. • Loofah soap can be a source of whole body treatment if used in conjunction with cocoa and shea butter. Loofah is renowned and used regularly worldwide. Loofah soaps offer the best of skin. They protect the skin, enhance blood flow, monitor the scent of the body and prevent hair from being penetrated. They may be a one-in-all remedy for skin care when they are used like a normal soap.