Release on 2013 | by Marina Tadiello,Patrizia Garzena
How to Make Soap... Any Way You Like!
Author: Marina Tadiello,Patrizia Garzena
Category: Hygiene products
Following up from the worldwide success of “Soap Naturally”, Marina and Patrizia share their extensive experience on as natural as possible soapmaking in a series of smaller, more topical and much cheaper books, called "The Super-Naturally series". Authoritative, concise yet exhaustive, and small in price at only $19.90 RRP, the first volume in the series, “The Natural Soapmaking Handbook”, provides aspiring, new and expert soapmakers with effective know-how as the key to discover the secrets of reliably successful soaping results. After explaining about fundamental ingredients, additives, tools, equipment, safety precautions and workplace setup, the Handbook describes in full detail all modern handmade "paste" methods to manufacture as natural as possible, skin- and eco-friendly, sustainable soaps. Cold Process (CP), Discounted Water CP, No-Heat Applied CP, Hot Process (HP), Double Boiler HP, Oven HP, Crockpot HP, Microwave HP, CPOP (Cold Process Oven Process) and In The Mould HP are accurately illustrated in easy to follow step-by-step instructions. Also covered are advanced techniques for special soaps: from liquid soapmaking to milk, butter and honey soap; from layered and swirled soaps to composite soaps and embeds. Clear instructions for reclaiming, reshaping and rebatching virtually any kind of soap complement the authors’ super-accurate troubleshooting guide to making the most of every batch of soap. As precious gems scattered along the book, you will be able to discover the truth on soda ash, lye-free soap and other common misconceptions about soap in many “Soap myth buster” sections. With the key concept of the series being frugality, the book is in Black & White, with colour photographs available from the Web, at the http://www.demetra.com/natural_soapmaking/handbook/ mini-site.
Make Soap from Scratch with the Best Homemade Soap Recipes
Author: Anthony Boundy
Pubpsher: Independently Published
Creating your own soap provides a wide array of benefits. The main benefit being that you have complete control over which ingredients go into the soap and which ingredients you leave out. The sad fact is that those mass-produced bars of soap you find on your local grocery store shelves are filled with potentially harmful chemicals that can cause more harm than good. These chemicals are known for causing contact dermatitis and irritating skin. And do you really want to subject yourself and your family to unnecessary chemicals? Of course, you don't. So why continue to buy those mass-produced products when you can make your very own soap tailored for your needs.Unfortunately, people are under the misconception that making your own soap is too hard and complicated. While it may take some time, especially for the soap to cure, once you are comfortable with the process, you will wonder why you waited so long. But where do you go for reliable soap making information? Well, this book of course!Inside the pages of "The Ultimate Soap Making Guidebook: Make Soap from Scratch with the 25 best Homemade Soap Recipes", you will find 25 of the best homemade soap recipes that range from easy, which are perfect for beginners, to more complex recipes. The book also includes soap recipes designed for certain skin conditions, such as sensitive skin and psoriasis.Each recipe in this soap-making book has been tested on numerous occasions to ensure its accuracy and includes;-How much it makes, -Preparation and inactive time, -And step-by-step instructions that are easy to follow. These soap recipes are perfect for personal use, and they make a great homemade gift for family and friends.So, what are you waiting for? Start reading "The Ultimate Soap Making Guidebook: Make Soap from Scratch with the 25 best Homemade Soap Recipes" today!
Release on 2001-07-13 | by André O. Barel,Howard I. Maibach
Author: André O. Barel,Howard I. Maibach
Pubpsher: CRC Press
This state-of-the-art reference provides comprehensive multidisciplinary coverage of the most recent information on cosmetic ingredients, finished products, target organs, delivery systems, and current technology in safety, toxicology, and dermatological testing. Discussing modern innovations such as active cosmetics for the hair, skin, and teeth, the Handbook of Cosmetic Science and Technology highlights Cosmetics for infant and elderly consumers The formulation of skin cleansing products New delivery systems, including cosmetic patches and iontophoresis The anatomy and physiology of body targets for cosmetics Principles and mechanisms of unwanted reactions to cosmetics With contributions by more than 100 leading experts in the field, the Handbook of Cosmetic Science and Technology is an essential tool for cosmetic, fragrance, pharmaceutical, organic, medicinal, physical, surface, colloid, and detergent chemists and biochemists; dermatologists; toxicologists and microbiologists; skin physiologists; and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.
Release on 2005-11-04 | by André O. Barel,Marc Paye,Howard I. Maibach
Author: André O. Barel,Marc Paye,Howard I. Maibach
Pubpsher: CRC Press
Ranging from studies on the structure and function of the skin to research on a wide array of cosmetic compounds, this Second Edition updates readers on the latest regulatory guidelines, new cosmetic ingredients, state-of-the-art safety assessment technologies, and anticipated trends in the market-keeping pace with rapid advancements in chemistry, physics, biology, cosmetology, and toxicology to stand alone as the foremost guide to the subject.
Novelty in ideas and marketing seems to be the major subject matter of the Indian soap industry. The soaps, detergent and acid slurry product industry are vivacious, varied, creative and tricky, and have the prospective to provide a gratifying career. Soaps and detergents are used frequently in our daily life. We use them to wash our hands and clean our clothes without ever really paying attention to how they work. Beneath the plain white surface of a bar of soap lie an intriguing history and a powerful chemistry. It has been said that amount of soap and detergent consumed in a country is a reliable measure of its civilizations. There was a time when these products were luxury; now it is a necessity. Acid slurry is a sulphonation product made by sulphonation of linear alkyl benzene by oleum or so3 or sulphuric acid or combinations of above. It is used in manufacturing of various detergents. The Soap and Detergent industry is profoundly lucrative with splendid market potential as well as bright future scope. In order to meet the requirement of market demand, many more new units are recommended to be established on small and cottage scale. Soaps and detergents are very similar in their chemical properties. However, there is a significant difference between them; soaps are produced from natural products, and detergents are synthetic, or manmade. The market is expected to grow at rates ranging from under 4% to around 4.5%. These are very modest rates considering that the lifestyles not only of urbanites, but even of well off rural folks are changing at a very high pace. The analysts are expecting the industry to continue to grow in both the industrialized as well as developing nations. The present book has been written keeping in view the basic difficulties of the entrepreneurs. Nominal investment is required for this industry which comprises simple method of processing for manufacturing of various types of soaps, detergents and acid slurry. The book contains chapters on: acid slurry, detergent manufacturing, detergents of various types, principal groups of synthetic detergents, inorganic components of detergents, synthesis of detergents, liquid detergents, packaging of soaps and detergent and many more such chapters. The enclosure also contains a list of suppliers of raw material (overseas) and list of plant and machinery suppliers (overseas). Fundamental information in venturing a market and the opportunity and prerequisite of the potential sector has been the superlative way to make a way into in a market. How and what if correctly taken care can take you to a long way. The first hand information on different types of soaps, detergent and acid slurry products have been properly dealt in the book and can be very useful for those looking for entrepreneurship opportunity in the said industry.
Release on 1994-07-21 | by Frank D. Gunstone,John L. Harwood,Fred B. Padley
Author: Frank D. Gunstone,John L. Harwood,Fred B. Padley
Pubpsher: CRC Press
A great deal of research has been carried out on this important class of compounds in the last ten years. To ensure that scientists are kept up to date, the editors of the First Edition of The Lipid Handbook have completely reviewed and extensively revised their highly successful original work. The Lipid Handbook: Second Edition is an indispensable resource for anyone working with oils, fats, and related substances.
Release on 2019-01-01 | by NPCS Board of Consultants & Engineers
Author: NPCS Board of Consultants & Engineers
Pubpsher: NIIR PROJECT CONSULTANCY SERVICES
Soaps are cleaning agents that are usually made by reacting alkali (e.g., sodium hydroxide) with naturally occurring fat or fatty acids. A soap is a salt of a compound known as a fatty acid. A soap molecule consists of a long hydrocarbon chain (composed of carbons and hydrogens) with a carboxylic acid group on one end which is ionic bonded to a metalion, usually a sodium or potassium. The hydrocarbon end is nonpolar and is soluble in nonpolar substances (such as fats and oils), and the ionic end (the salt of a carboxylic acid) is soluble in water. Soap is made by combining tallow (or other hard animal fat) or vegetable or fish oil with an alkaline solution. The two most important alkalis in use are caustic soda and caustic potash. A detergent is an effective cleaning product because it contains one or more surfactants. Because of their chemical makeup, the surfactants used in detergents can be engineered to perform well under a variety of conditions. Such surfactants are less sensitive than soap to the hardness minerals in water and most will not form a film. Disinfectants are chemical agents applied to non-living objects in order to destroy bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold or mildews living on the objects. Disinfectants are chemical substances used to destroy viruses and microbes (germs), such as bacteria and fungi, as opposed to an antiseptic which can prevent the growth and reproduction of various microorganisms, but does not destroy them. The ideal disinfectant would offer complete sterilization, without harming other forms of life, be inexpensive, and non-corrosive. The global soap and detergent market is expected to reach USD 207.56 billion by 2025. The industrial soaps & detergents are extensively used by the commercial laundries, hotels, restaurants, and healthcare providers. Increasing demand from healthcare and food industries will continue to drive the market. Aerosol and liquid products are the common disinfectants used in hospitals, although growing number of healthcare facilities are implementing ultraviolet disinfection systems as further measure. Increasing demand for disinfectants from water treatment and healthcare industries is fuelling growth of the global disinfectants market. The major contents of the book are Liquid Soaps and Hand Wash, Liquid Soap and Detergents, Washing Soap: Laundry Soap Formulation, Antiseptic and Germicidal Liquid Soap, Manufacturing Process And Formulations Of Various Soaps, Handmade Soap, Detergent Soap, Liquid Detergent, Detergent Powder, Application and Formulae Of Detergents, Detergent Bar, Detergents Of Various Types, Formulating Liquid Detergents, Phenyl, Floor Cleaner, Toilet Cleaner, Mosquito Coils, Naphthalene Balls, Air Freshener (Odonil Type), Liquid Hand Wash and Soaps, Hand Sanitizer, Aerosols–Water and Oil Based Insecticide (Flies, Mosquitoes Insect and Cockroach Killer Spray), Ecomark Criteria for Soaps & Detergents, Plant Layout, Process Flow Chart and Diagram, Raw Material Suppliers List and Photographs of Machinery with Supplier’s Contact Details. This book will be a mile stone for its readers who are new to this sector, will also find useful for professionals, entrepreneurs, those studying and researching in this important area.
Substantially revising and updating the classic reference in the field, this handbook offers a valuable overview and myriad details on current chemical processes, products, and practices. No other source offers as much data on the chemistry, engineering, economics, and infrastructure of the industry. The Handbook serves a spectrum of individuals, from those who are directly involved in the chemical industry to others in related industries and activities. It provides not only the underlying science and technology for important industry sectors, but also broad coverage of critical supporting topics. Industrial processes and products can be much enhanced through observing the tenets and applying the methodologies found in chapters on Green Engineering and Chemistry (specifically, biomass conversion), Practical Catalysis, and Environmental Measurements; as well as expanded treatment of Safety, chemistry plant security, and Emergency Preparedness. Understanding these factors allows them to be part of the total process and helps achieve optimum results in, for example, process development, review, and modification. Important topics in the energy field, namely nuclear, coal, natural gas, and petroleum, are covered in individual chapters. Other new chapters include energy conversion, energy storage, emerging nanoscience and technology. Updated sections include more material on biomass conversion, as well as three chapters covering biotechnology topics, namely, Industrial Biotechnology, Industrial Enzymes, and Industrial Production of Therapeutic Proteins.