Samui Coconut Soap Original 135 gram
SKU : SAMUICOCONUTSOAP-SCSORI135
Product name : samui coconut soap - original
Size : 135 gram
Brand : Samui coco
Ingredient : Cocos Nucifera(Coconut)Oil, Oryza Sativa (Rice bran)Oil, Sodium hydroxide, Aqua
Paraben free, Bio product
Manufacturer : samui coconut soap home factory
Made with Organic virgin coconut oil
SAMUI COCONUT SOAP
SAMUI COCONUT SOAP is a soap that has an ancient manufacturing process. By mixing and stirring the soap by hand and no machine in production, it is truly Cold Process Soap to keep it as natural as possible, and not processed at all. The main raw material from cold pressed coconut oil from Koh Samui, which is an important source of BIO ORGANIC in the middle of the sea. Mix with sodium hydroxide to form lauric acid + NaOH to get PH9-10, an important part that causes foaming. SOAP BAR OF SAMUI COCONUT SOAP contains 70% coconut oil, which contains 29.4% lauric acid. LIQUID SOAP AND SHAMPOO OF SAMUI COCONUT SOAP contain 35% coconut oil, which contains 14.7% lauric acid, which has the highest quantity of lauric acid in the market of liquid soap and shampoo. Mixed with extracts of silk that contain AMINO ACID important that help maintain good skin.
Lauric acid in coconut oil with antiseptic properties.
Lauric acid in coconut oil contained in SAMUI COCONUT SOAP is a saturated fatty acid, classified as a medium-chain fatty acid. Lauric acid has antimicrobial activity that kills pathogens, bacteria, fungi, yeast, and viruses.
Lauric acid (medium-chain fatty acid) found in coconut oil, approximately 42% of total fatty acids. Fat and coconut oil contain 3 fatty acids connect with glycerol. The properties of the fat or oil depending on the amount and type of fatty acids present. Coconut oil contains mostly medium-chain fatty acids (MCFAs), which makes coconut oil very different from other fats or oils. This is because Lauric acid has the most disinfecting activity.
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