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Soap[edit]

Overview
In chemistry, soap is a salt of a fatty acid. Soaps are mainly used as surfactants for washing, bathing, and cleaning, but they are also used in textile spinning and are important components of lubricants.
Chemistry and soapmaking
Amphiphile
Fatty acid
Lye
Melt and pour
Rebatching
Saponification
Soap substitute
Soaper
Sodium palmate
Sodium stearate
Sodium tallowate
Total fatty matter
Unsaponifiable
Types of soap
Aleppo soap
Antibacterial soap
Azul e branco soap
Carbolic soap
Castile soap
Cuticura soap
Detergent
Foam soap
Glycerin soap
Marseille soap
Nabulsi soap
Oil of guaiac
Phisoderm
Popish soap
Prepodyne
Resin soap
Saddle soap
Soap made from human corpses
Stainless steel soap
Sugar soap
Miscellany
Chlorogalum
Hand washing
Hygiene
Mount Sapo
Soap bubble
Soap dish
Soap dispenser
Soap scum
Washing out mouth with soap
International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients
Brands
Ach. Brito
Barf (soap)
Biechele Soap
Boraxo
Camay
Caswell-Massey
Chandrika (soap)
Defense Soap
Derreck Kayongo
Dettol
Dove (toiletries)
Fels-Naptha
Fenjal
Gossage
Hamam (soap)
Imperial Leather
Irish Spring
Ivory (soap)
Kerala Soaps Limited
L'Amande
Lano (soap)
Lava (soap)
Lever 2000
Lifebuoy (soap)
Liril
Lux (soap)
Margo (soap)
Medimix (soap)
Mysore Sandal Soap
Pears soap
Rozalex
Safeguard (soap)
Sapolio
Sebamed
Shower Shock
Simple Skincare
Sunlight (cleaning product)
Swan Soap
Swarfega
Wright's Coal Tar Soap
Zest (brand)