SAPONIFICATION EXPLAINED IN SIMPLE TERMS
IN ORDER TO MAKE REAL SOAP YOU MIX AN OIL OR FAT WITH LYE TO FORM SOAP
Bar soap is made through a chemical process known as saponification (sapo is Latin for soap). A solution of lye, which is an alkali, is combined with vegetable oils to cause a chemical reaction. This reaction breaks down the fats or oils into fatty acid chains, and the lye is neutralized in the process.
THIS IS REAL SOAP NOT A SYNTHETIC DETERGENT BAR AND IS SAFE TO USE ON SKIN
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