How Our Plant Based Soaps Lather
Plant-based soaps lather because they contain surfactants. Surfactants are molecules that have both water-loving (hydrophilic) and water-repelling (hydrophobic) ends. When surfactants are added to water, they form micelles, which are tiny spheres with the hydrophobic ends facing inward and the hydrophilic ends facing outward. These micelles trap air bubbles, which create lather. The plant-based soaps typically contain natural surfactants such as fatty acids, glycerin, and plant oils. These surfactants are just as effective at creating lather as the surfactants found in animal-based soaps.  Click here for --- Free Samples

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