Coconut oil soap is highly cleansing and conditioning to the skin and produces wonderfully bubbly, creamy lather. It is rich in fatty acids which help to remove blemish causing dirt, bacteria and dead skin, and it does so gently without irritating the skin.
Wood press Coconut oil , Castor Oil, Soda Crystals(used for thickening the soap)& Natural Aroma Fragrance.
What is the Difference Between commercial soap & Natural Handmade soap?
Commercial soap sold in stores is often made with chemical detergents, hardeners and synthetic lathering agents. Some of these ingredients can be drying or irritating on the skin. On the other hand, handmade soap created with oils, liquid and lye does not contain these harsh ingredients and qualifies as Bathing Bars.
Why Handmade soap no need of TFM value ?
TFM value need to mention only chemical ingredient added soaps. No need for natural handmade soap.
According to Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), there are two types of soap - toilet soap and bathing bar. TFM content in bathing bar should be less than 60% while toilet soaps are categorized in three sub-categories depending on their TFM content. The TFM content of Grade I toilet soap should be 76% or above. TFM content of Grade II toilet soap should be less than 76% but not less than 70%. TFM content of Grade III toilet soap should be less than 70% but not less than 60%. It is mandatory for toilet soap to mention the TFM value on the wrapper while in case of bathing bar, it is not obligatory to mention TFM value.