How to Make Hand Antibacterial Liquid Soap At Home
Making Antibacterial Soap The Easiest Way
Antibacterial soap is a cleansing detergent that is made to fight and kills germs, with the new innovation antibacterial soap is moving from bar soaps to liquid detergents. The beauty of antibacterial liquid soaps is that they contain ingredients with antimicrobial properties to fight germs. They were once known as deodorant meant for bad body odor control which were caused by bacteria during perspiration process. Liquid antibacterial Soaps have since gained popularity recently and are being used in many household to disinfect hands after doing regular cores that might leave you hands infected by bacteria
It is possible to make antibacterial liquid soap at home by mixing certain ingredients to give you a better detergent that will fight germs and other unwanted odors. With a properly made liquid soap you will be able to kills germs and cleanse your skin safely without any harm, with wrong formula one can cause some unwanted effect on your skin, it is important to take into consideration what type of formula you intend to use and how long you want your detergent soap to last
Factors to Consider When Formulating Antibacterial Soap
- Foam quality of the soap
- Foaming velocity – how first should it foam
- Soap rinsability
- Skin respond
- Water solvent
- Ease of use
- Smell of the soap
- Physical appearance of the soap
After considering the above factors you are now ready to start making your own antibacterial liquid soap at home. Our next step is to identify some of the raw materials needed in order to complete making the detergents. You will find that some of these materials are not expensive and are accessible from your nearby chemists and some are even at home and you need not to buy.
Antibacterial Liquid Soap
Below are raw materials required
Water – This is one of the most ingredients needed to make antibacterial soap, water is used to dilute and mix other raw materials. You will require distilled water for cleansing products, hard water contains ions that will interfere with some detergents. Your antibacterial ingredient should contains about 40 -85% of water.
The commonly ingredient used with water are trichlocarban and triclosan. Since we are making a liquid antibacterial soap we are going to use tricosan, trichlocarban is mainly used in making bar soap antibacterial soaps. With that we are sure to come up with a good soap detergent and to give more flavor to your soap add thickeners which will increase soap viscosity, salt is added to solidify systems containing anionic surfactants other ingredients includes fragrances (1%) which just boost consumer appetite, colorants, pearlizing agents, preservatives, and featured ingredients. To improve the product color one has to use some of the best colorants
Mixing Procedure to follow
· Get a clean and wide container
· Add water to the container first – 80%
· Tricosan – As specified by the manufacture
· Mix these ingredients after which you allow them to cool at room temperature before releasing for consumptions
· Once the product have cooled down you may begin to fill your small contains
· Your product is now ready for use at home and you can begging using your antibacterial liquid soap
Antibacterial Liquid Soap
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