Soap

The main function of soap is to clean the skin.Ordinary soap does just that and nothing more.Some specialized soaps containing ingredients such a salicylic acid(for fungus)and tar (for Psoriasis)are ordinarily not used for cleansing.But are used a specific condition and for a specific purpose.
The first step in understanding soap requires that we be clear about just what soap is. Soap is a cleaning product made from natural ingredients.
These ingredients may include both plant and animal products, including such items as:
    • animal fat, such as tallow or vegetable oil, such as castor, olive, or coconut oil. • plants such as soapwort or Western soapberry (aptly named!). • rainwater. • fragrances such as cinnamon, rose water, oil of bergamot or cloves.

Detergent, on the other hand, is a synthetic product. It often has petroleum-based ingredients, although there are plant-based detergents available as well

 Beauty soaps are likely to feature attractive fragrances, and ingredients to address a variety of skin types. Beauty soaps may feature glycerin, or special oil blends, for example, combining Shea butter, with coconut palm oil and other oils.

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