Not All Natural Soaps Are The Same!

Not All Natural Soaps Are The Same!

Not All Natural Soaps Are The Same!
When you look closely at natural soap or enlarge the picture of natural soap, there should not be tiny white buds on it, they should not be visible.
This small detail is very important in terms of compatibility with human skin.

The thermodynamic properties and saponification coefficients of the oils in natural soap are different. For the saponification of herbal ingredients, each ingredient must be synchronized separately at different temperatures for soap, these are very fine technical details that require preliminary work. Knowing and following these techniques carefully while producing soap is really important for skin health.
The formation of these undesirable images on the soap chemically causes undesirable reactions such as isomerization and polymerization that can occur during soap making of oil mixtures, reducing the quality of the final product. [one]

The displacement of fatty acid radicals within the same triglyceride molecule is defined as intraesterification, and the displacement of fatty acids in different triglyceride molecules until they reach a thermodynamic equilibrium is defined as interesterification.