It depends what the soap is made out of or where you get it..... you can try and body shops to get a bar of soap or somewhere as simple as Walmart or target
About 1-20 dollars.
Walmart would be about 4.00, same as target but if you go to a better store it would be around $20
In 1933 the cost for 10 bars of soap was 27 cents but today in 2010 the cost of soap is $4.09 so you are paying a total of $3.82 extra than back in 1933. That's a big difference.
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It is cheaper if you get a pack of 10 bars instead of buying it individually. The average cost for 10 bars of soap is $7.99. I get Dove Soap, and hand soap.
The cost of ten bars of soap will depend on the brand of soap. On average a person can buy 10 bars of Dove soap for approximately $10.
Soap varied in price depending on its company and private sore owners. The average bar of Ivory soap cost 10 cents in 1950.
The cost varies between brands and if you buy it as a bar or liquid. Where you buy it also makes a difference. You just have to check around.
a bar of dove soap cost $0.97
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Soap cost $0.97 in 1966.
coal tar was the best soap back then
it cost a lot of money because you need all the-ingredients
Soap shaped as bar
- Liquid soap (a soap prepared with potassium hydroxide) cannot be turned in solid soap. It is prepared especially to be liquid.- Melted soap (prepared with sodium hydroxide) can be solidified after adding a small quantity of sodium chloride and by cooling to room temperature.
Soap is a mixture.
liquid soap is more expensive...plus bar soap lasts longer...
liquid soap is better because who wants to use someone old nasty bar soap with all of that sick sweat for other people not me