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Soaps and Hand Wash benefits, ingredients and preparation

Role of Soap in Cleanliness:

Cleanliness is half faith and the role of soap is very important for physical hygiene. In modern times separate hand washes have been introduced for hand washing and separate liquid for bathing has also come in the market and people have started benefiting from this invention. In many homes only soap pads are still used because they Also meets the requirements of cleanliness and pleasant feeling.

Soap Ingredients:

According to experts, soap is made by boiling alkali and animal or vegetable fats . In addition coconut, almond, palm, cumin and olive, vegetable oils also contain cucumber and honey. Alcohol also contains minerals such as soda and potassium.

Hand washing components:

At a time when environmental pollution is on the rise, it is better to have a variety of hand washes for hand washing in homes. This is not a luxury at all, but a basic cleaning requirement. Sulfuric acid, lactic acid, perfume, sodium, benzoate and other chemical ingredients are also included, while fragrances include honey, almonds, green tea and cucumber.
These are antiseptics, but they should also be chosen according to your skin.

Body wash:

They are made from various flower fragrances and are made not only with long lasting fragrance but also with some oils including Juniper Oil. They can be effective for skin cleansing in season. Their softness and elegance refresh you.
However, using too much of them is unnecessary and a waste.

Low cost but unhealthy soap:

Soaps that cause dryness on the hands or body after use are not for you, and excessive use of soaps can also cause the skin to lose its natural layer, which is for protective purposes. If there is an infection on the skin.It is best to choose soaps that contain moisturizers and glycerin.

Dish washing :

Dish washing detergents contain antiseptic ingredients and lemon juice. They are antibacterial so they should only be used for washing dishes. They cannot be used for washing clothes or bathing. They are usually for hands. They are not harmful but if you plan to buy cheap soap and polish the dishes then never do it.
Some soaps contain excessive amounts of fatty acids, which can have bad effects on the hands.
Soothing herbal soaps
Such special soaps are made all over the world. Pakistan, Malaysia, European countries, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, etc. have a large number of experts in these soaps. They include neem, sandalwood, turmeric, almonds, honey, coconut, goat's. Milk and various fruits including peaches, cherries, juice, apples, grapes and some flowers are made and are used by a large number of female consumers.
They contain glycerin, a special ingredient that is good for the skin. Women with dry skin are advised to use this soap.
Some soaps contain a mild fragrance and are actually better. Intense scented soaps can cause allergies. It is possible that they contain strong scents to distract the user from the smell of substandard fats. Such soaps can cause allergies, so buy soaps for any purpose. Always a good brand and Buy the one that suits you, ie the one that is tested. It is also important to keep in mind the requirements of the seasons.
In winter we need extra moisture so moisturizing soup will be better but in summer lemon soap effect may be the best choice.
Source :This info is taken from different websites on Internet

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