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Najel Organic Aleppo Soap Dead Sea Mud

Najel Organic Aleppo Soap Dead Sea Mud

Regenerating soap - 100 g

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Experience the Legacy of Syrian Expertise in Crafting Aleppo Soap Enhanced by the Restorative Benefits of Dead Sea Mud.

This exceptional soap amalgamates time-honored Syrian craftsmanship with the natural wonders of Dead Sea mud. Originating from the sediment of the renowned Dead Sea, this black mud is celebrated for its revitalizing, purifying, soothing, and regenerating properties.

Perfectly suited for skincare, Dead Sea mud is prized for its remarkable mineral concentration, delivering unparalleled benefits. It leaves your skin feeling soft, supple, and radiant. Elevate your daily self-care ritual with this extraordinary Aleppo Soap, now available in Dubai and the UAE, where tradition meets the profound healing powers of nature for rejuvenated and luminous skin.


This Aleppo Soap is recommended for use on the face and neck and is suitable for all skin types. Enjoy the beneficial properties of Dead Sea mud combined with those of Aleppo Soap for a gentle, remineralizing exfoliation.

To be used once or twice a week. Gently massage your face and neck with circular movements, avoiding the eye area, before rinsing with water.


The Al Najjar family has been making authentic Aleppo Soap since 1895. This know-how is passed down from generation to generation in the Al Najjar family’s soap factory in the city of Aleppo in the North of Syria.

This forerunner of Marseille soap is made exclusively from virgin olive oil and bay laurel oil.

Made from traditional 200 g Aleppo Soaps, this Najel compressed soap combines the beneficial properties of Aleppo Soap with those of Dead Sea mud.

The Dead Sea, situated between Israel, the West Bank and Jordan, contains over 25% salt compared to 5% in the other seas and oceans of the world. The Dead Sea basin is 400 meters below sea level, making it the lowest point of our planet.

Its high concentration in salt explains why the Dead Sea is home to neither animal nor plant life. However, the mineral salt it contains is an extraordinary source of beneficial resources for the skin and body.



Made in Aleppo, Syria

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