Staying clean never goes out of style. But the products we use come and go. Today, people tend to use body washes and shower gels. Back in the day, we were all about the bars. Of course, soaps were a major sponsor of early television. Soap operas, anyone?
We've gathered some vintage suds. They were marketed to housewives, men and children. A few brands exist in other forms today. Did your family have these by the sink?
1. Pure & Gentle Soap
For over three decades, Pure & Gentle has been putting the health of people, pets, and the planet at the forefront of everything we do. We show our commitment to the environment and our customers with concentrated laundry and personal care products that are free from dyes, harmful chemicals, and are 100% biodegradable, and use only plant-based ingredients. And all of our products are made in the USA in our carbon-neutral facility located in the beautiful Hill Country of Seguin, Texas.
For over thirty years, Pure and Gentle has made personal and home care products that are good for you and good for the planet. From all-natural health and beauty products like shampoo and hand soaps to concentrate home care products such as disinfectants and multi-purpose cleaners, our passion is providing you with quality products that not only keep you and your house clean and fresh but safe from harmful additives, too.
Address: 2460 Crossroads Blvd,
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: 1 (800) 876-9455
2. Pacha soap
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3. Attitude Living
Soap is meant to rid your hands of unwanted bacteria and organisms. Nutrix Private Label Antimicrobial Soap does just that with an added antimicrobial boost. This product is available and ready to go, with the ability to change it slightly to make it specific to your needs or add the fragrance that you prefer. .
While we have private label products created, you can use them as an option or you have the ability to work with our laboratory to mold and construct skincare formulas that are specific for your company. Your new products will be made exactly to your specifications using the same level of quality, care, and professional technology that we use in the making of Nutrix’s own hand soap products.
5. Buff City Soap
Buff City Soap creates products by hand in our Makers across the country. Our Plant-Based Soap is handmade daily with no harsh chemicals because we want you to feel and smell wonderful! Frustrated by commercial soaps’ harsh chemicals, detergents, and animal fats, we set out to create a better way! Buff City Soap — delightfully scented plant-based soaps, handmade daily, in each of our local Soap Makers. We're on a mission to create handmade products that are free of harsh ingredients and full of nourishing plant-based goodness.
We take tremendous pride in handcrafting each and every bar of soap in our Soap Makery. Each one is truly unique. 1 of 1. Just like you! Our Makers are whipping up delightfully fragrant creations to share with you no matter how you choose to shop: online or in our Soap Makers. Buff City Soap creates products by hand in our Makers across the country. Our Plant-Based Soap is handmade daily with no harsh chemicals because we want you to feel and smell wonderful!
6. Clean The World
Hotels generate large volumes of solid waste. A waste reduction program with soap and bottled amenity recycling can protect the environment, preserve natural resources, and reduce costs. Stop throwing away slightly used soap bars and plastic bottles used by guests! We recycle them and SAVE LIVES!
Depending on the size of your hotel, you throw away dozens … hundreds … maybe thousands of soap bars daily. Clean the World will give those discarded soap bars and plastic bottles a second life. Your Soap Saves Lives Box contains life-saving hygiene products that can be assembled and distributed to a local charity, at your church, or to a neighbor in need. Join the fight and support vulnerable people in your community. Clean the World’s soap and bottled amenity recycling program has expanded to more regions! United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, European Union, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Taiwan, and more.
Address: 3111 South Valley View Blvd
Suite L 115
Phone: (852) 6312-9680
2020 has been a really tough year for us. Death all around us as the pandemic worsened as time passed by. Cleanliness and following the protocols of the pandemic are the only answers for the people in the world to survive this challenge. Indonesia with its population density is one of the biggest countries with the highest death toll in the world. That is why the concern about the cleanliness of Indonesia's population has become one of our top priorities. To do so, by 27th May 2021 PT. Toyota International Group officially started to help and penetrated the Indonesia Market to help its citizens with sanitation with Dan Beauty Bar Soap and Dan Plus Antibacterial Bar Soap. in Indonesia known as sabun dan or sabun Toyota.
To help to fill the demand of the market and compete with the brands in the Indonesian market, we are bringing the concept of “Skin Treatment Bar Soap” to not only keep your hygiene but also make your skin healthy and fresh every day.
A micelle is a round cluster of cleanser molecules that have both water AND oil-attracting properties. The micelles form bubbles that attach to oil to draw out dirt and help wash it away, resulting in an effective and gentle clean for all members of your family. Safeguard liquid hand soap cleans skin to wash away bacteria, providing essential cleansing to care for your family and prevent the spread of bacteria.
In 1837, William Procter and James Gamble started making and selling soap and candles in Cincinnati, Ohio. This marked the beginning of a rich heritage of soap making for Procter & Gamble including the launch of Safeguard in 1963. For more than 50 years, Safeguard has delivered on the commitment to prevent the spread of bacteria with our soap. With a presence in more than 15 countries, Safeguard continues to introduce new innovations and education programs that help make families smarter and stronger in the fight against unwanted germs.
Address: Colorado, USA,80001
The array of brands, styles, and types of soap out there can be dizzying. But in this case, the answer to the best type of soap to use is both simple and easily within your grasp: Use the soap you already have. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, soap is defined as a fat or oil (including either animal fats or plant oils, such as olive oil, coconut oil, or palm oil) that has been treated with an alkali (such as lye) to make alkali salts of fatty acids. The reason soap is effective has to do with what happens on a molecular level when soap and the coronavirus meet.
“This particular virus is coated with a lipid coat,” Erin Sheets, an associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry at the University of Minnesota Duluth, told us. Also in that lipid envelope are membrane proteins—the spike proteins that recognize the proteins inside your lungs to infect you. Those proteins need to have that lipid membrane to work. What soap is doing is actually dissolving and washing away those lipids. Any soap will do the trick, she said. Whether it’s liquid soap or bar soap, fancy-pants soap, or from the farmer’s market. Cheap soap works great, even the little hearts and seashells soap in your grandma’s bathroom.
Address: Colorado, USA,80001
Since 1995, Lush has been a trailblazer in the cosmetics industry. From inventing bath bombs and creating new, innovative products to fighting animal testing and ethical campaigning, it’s come a long way since its humble beginnings. Mark Constantine and Liz Weir first met in the early ‘70s while working at a beauty salon in Poole, England. Mark was a trichologist and Liz was a beauty therapist. Both were interested in natural beauty products, so decided to create a business of their own.
The duo developed Constantine & Weir making products for local herbalists and salons, including The Body Shop. Later, with the help of Mo Constantine, Rowena Bird, and Helen Ambrose, they’d concoct small batches of products made from their own recipes. As The Body Shop gained popularity, owner Anita Roddick bought their bestselling formulas and parted ways, leaving Constantine & Weir free to start a new venture.
Address: Colorado, USA,80001