Can you be allergic to bar soap and not body wash?
yes i would most likely say its the alkaline ,lye base used in your most common bar soaps.
What do you mean by body soap? Soap that is in bar form, or soap that in a bottle like body wash? Bar soap could pick up sand and grit that might scratch the finish. Body wash is a mild abrasive but I have never heard of anybody using it for washing a car but I assume that a slight clouding of the clear coat is possible. If you have access to dish soap (detergent)…
Answer: Commonly body wash resembles shampoo. It is a viscus liquid that comes in a squeeze or pump bottle. Bar soap is a compressed material often made up of ash, lye, colors and perfumes. They are pretty much the same thing. They DO the same thing. One just has way more water content. (that would be the body wash) ;-)
Yes they are effective. Only difference which you might see in these bar soaps is that most of them will have a relatively high pH as compared to corresponding body wash. High pH soaps might be little tough on skin and might not work on people with sensitive skin. People with sensitive skin might also face dryness with regular use. Even if you wish to use an antibacterial bar soap, it would be good to…
Yes, you can use hand soap as body soap. Hand soap may not contain the same fragrances, moisturizer, or exact same consistency as body wash, but it is safe and and effective to bathe in. Note: you may not want to use a bar of soap, as germs can live on the surface, especially if it sits out in the open, and is used regularly for hands.
A bar of soap has many uses. One of the most obvious is baiting. People have been using bars of soap for years for cleaning themselves. Another good use for a bar of soap is for cleaning clothes, rubbing soap onto a stain before throwing an article of clothing into the wash will help remove the stain.
Would you add a small bar of soap of the same volume of soap powder to some water when washing clothes?
No, you cannot use bar soap in place of powdered soap when washing clothes - unless you are washing by hand. Powdered and liquid soaps are designed to disperse quickly into the wash water, bar soaps will not do that. After the washing process, bar soap may remain as a bar (although a bit smaller) and then the rinse steps will not be effective at removing residual soap.
Antica Farmacista sells fragrances for the home and body. You will find perfume for women and masculine scents for men. Also they have a nice selection of candles, diffusers, room sprays, hand wash, hand cream, body moisturizers, bath and shower wash and bar soap. They can be purchased in gift sets too.
The difference between a hard bar soap and a softer bar soap is the water content, and perhaps an additive like glycerin. To "convert" a hard bar soap into a soft bar soap, you essentially have to re-mill the soap. That'd be like taking a bar of hard soap, grating it into flakes, then adding a hint of water and/or glycerin, and then remolding the soap into a bar. The result would be a soft…