Essay On Soap Making Process

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A number of things affect the soap-making process and the quality of this soap produced. The characteristics of this soap depend on the quality of oil, and the amounts of the caustic soda and water used to make it. The speed of the reaction between the oil and the caustic soda is influenced by free fatty acid content of the oil, the heat of the components before mixing, and how vigorously the mixing is to be done. Free fatty acid contents, vigorous mixing, and heat, speed up the given soap-making process.
The Food, Drugs and Cosmetics (FD&C) Act defines cosmetics by their intended use, as "articles intended to be rubbed, poured, sprinkled, or sprayed on, introduced into, or otherwise applied to the human body...for cleansing, beautifying, promoting attractiveness, or
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It makes a smooth satin stable lather. It is nutrient-rich and is suitable for all skin types. Some people are allergic to almond. Avocado Oil is a rich, nourishing oil. It absorbs into the skin and scalp easily and is high in vitamin A & E. It is good for dry and damaged skin and is known to help with eczema and Psoriases.
Cocoa Butter makes soaps harder and adds emollients. It has a natural chocolate smell. It has wonderful skin softening and moisturizing properties. Good for normal to dry skin.
Coconut Oil enhances soap lather and is good for the skin. Do not buy product that says "derived from Coconut oil" this is the synthetic foam booster "sodium lauryl sulphate" that has been linked to many skin allergies.
Carrot Root Oil is an essential oil. It is high in vitamin A and beta-carotene and is healing to dry and mature skin.
Jojoba Oil is really a liquid wax. It is said to be closely related to human sebum and this makes it very compatible with our skin. It can be used for acne and pimples and for dry and damaged skin. It is also a fixative for the scenting oils.
Neem Oil is known for for helping skin problems like eczema, psoriasis, and dry

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