What is the form of the antibacterial hand soap?
The lather is built up in the process of handwashing, so it does make foam, but it’s liquid hand soap. Liquid hand soaps have more soap because they don’t come out of the pump in lather form.
What’s the viscosity of this soap?
It’s thin, almost like water but thicker, though far from being a cream or a gel.
What are the ingredients?
The solution contains Benzalkonium chloride 0.1, Aqua, Cocamidopropylamine Oxide, Glycerin, Cocamide Methyl MEA, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Water, PEG-150 Distearate, Cetrimonium Chloride, Sodium Chloride EDTA, and Tocopheryl Acetate.
Can it be used to wash hair?
We don’t recommend it for the hair as it’s not formulated to provide the proper care and nourishment for your tresses.
Can it be used to wash the face?
We don’t recommend it for the face as it’s not formulated to provide the proper care and nourishment.
Can it be used to wash the body?
Yes. It can and because it comes in bulk, there’s no worry about not having enough.
What is the alcohol percentage?
Our antibacterial liquid hand soap doesn’t have any alcohol content.
Is this alcohol-free?
Yes. It is alcohol-free, making it gentler on your skin than other alcohol-based soaps.
How can it be antibacterial if it doesn’t have alcohol?
Our liquid hand soaps have benzalkonium chloride as the active ingredient. They also contain aloe barbadensis leaf water, which functions both as a natural topical antiseptic and moisturizer.
Does this soap really have a colored tint?
Yes. It does have a tint based on its scent.
How many bottles do I get in a single order?
You get six 13.52 oz-bottles of Antibacterial Liquid Hand Soaps.
Is it thin enough for an automatic soap dispenser?
Yes. Viscosity is rather thin compared to more gel-like options.
Is this moisturizing?
Yes. It does provide some moisturizing benefits because it contains Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Water.
Does this have a scent?
Yes. We have three scent variants: Coconut Lime, Rose Lavender, and Pink Grapefruit.
Is this good for cleaning a new tattoo?
Yes. Wounds and some bleeding are natural in the process of getting a tattoo. Disinfect with a gentle and alcohol-free antibacterial soap.