Liquid Soap – Your multi-purposed soap
Liquid Soap is not your traditional soap. Our liquid soap range includes multi-purposed soaps such as liquid castile soaps. Each product is made up of different formulations that allow for a much deeper cleaning and to satisfy all your cleaning needs. Organic Liquid Soaps have many advantages over traditional bar soaps. In reference to their biggest difference of the latter being in solid form whereas liquid is not, this makes liquid soaps even more convenient and cost-effective. We will have a look at that in the benefits section.
What is liquid soap and how does it compare to bar soap?
Put simply liquid soap is a manufactured soap brand in liquid form. Liquid soap was first produced in 1865 by what would later become known as the Palmolive company. It is preferred in some instance to bar soap for its convenience and comparative ease to keep wash areas clean from soap stains that dried vbar soaps can do. In practical cleaning terms there is no significant difference between a bar soap and a liquid soap.
Some argue how natural body wash is almost the same with natural liquid soap. Their only difference is that liquid soap usually has a thicker consistency and it is mostly used in colder climates. Due to their thinner consistency, shower gels are recommended to be used in warmer climates.
Liquid Soap vs Shower Gel vs Body Wash
No one can declare which one is the best for you to use. Each has a different consistency, texture and soap formulation. In addition to the aforementioned reason and the different types of consumers that exist in the market, deciding which one to use is purely on individual preference. Although, one can make an educated decision based on the ingredients used in the making of each one. Especially, when it comes to allergies or ingredient preference.
Liquid Soap Benefits
If you are wondering what are the liquid soap benefits then it’s time for us to. Lets have a look at some benefits that liquid soap has over the other types of soaps.
- Liquid soap, much like shower gels and body wash, is cost effective over bar soaps. You can control the amount of liquid you will use per bath/shower session. Whereas soaps usually soak in water which can reduce the amount of soap available.
- Some bacteria might grow on soaps due to their direct contact with the ones using it.
- Fragrance and moisture of liquid soaps react better in colder climates.
- Usually available in bottle dispensers which is more convenient to be used.
- Lathering with liquid soap leaves a thin layer of moisturizer and fragrance on your skin. That is one of the reasons why most liquid soap fans prefer it over bar soaps.
How to use liquid soap
There are certain times when you simply must use soap, whether that be in liquid or bar form. Invariably, those times involve washing your hands. Most of these times are basic hygiene principles - before eating, after going to the toilet, after sneezing After handling pets, etc.
Simply washing is not going to do the job. Using liquid soap properly will ensure that the soap does its job effectively. Here is the best way to use liquid soap when washing hands.
Wet your hands with warm running water
Pmp the soap dispenser once to get a decent supply of soap and apply it to your hands
Work the soap into a decent lather
Spend a good twenty seconds rubbing the soap over your entire hand’s surface including between your fingers, underneath your nails and extending slightly up to your wrists.
Rinse your hands to thoroughly remove all traces of soap
Dry your hands fully.
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