1. Is natural handmade soap always contain a free alkali?
After the reaction of saponification, soap doesn't remain free alkali. On the contrary, good natural handmade soap always contains free oils, which do not react with alkali.
2. The solid soap can be done only from animal fats!
A common misconception. The solid soap can be done without the use of animal fats, but only of plant oils.
3. Soap can be made from any fat or oil!
Yes it is. But soap is made from a single fat or oil, even worse, which is made from oil composition. One oil gives the soap hardness, another provides a profusion of foam, and the third - a mild skin care, etc.
4. Glycerin contains only soap, which is called "glycerol" or "glycerin", isn't it?
Natural handmade soap made by "cold" method contains natural plant glycerin more than industrial or handmade soap from glycerin base. Paraphrasing, this question can be said that natural handmade soap "the most glycerine".
5. Is soap "glycerine" or "glycerin" always transparent? Transparency is ensured by special technology and the addition of ethyl, or worse, isopropyl alcohol (isopropyl alcohol). Ethyl alcohol is simply not necessary for a good soap, and isopropyl is not valid, because harmful to the skin. Further, for masking the odor of alcohol, soap is always contains many fragrances.
We offer to buy natural handmade soap of TM Swan.
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