How to make antiseptic soap is not rocket science! Learn them now! Unfortunately, I don’t know why some people don’t like mingling and going to beach with friends. So many are the reasons; if it’s for the sake of your parents – I am sorry, I can’t help. But if it’s of lack of finance or rashes; I have news for you. Today, I will be teaching you how to produce a market raking Antiseptics soap. Something that will help your skill and fetch you lots of money. Remember how to make antiseptic soap is a great way to increase your profit.
Antiseptic soap, sometimes are called antibacterial soap or anti-fungal soap. It is a regular soap in liquid or solid form that contains some kind of ingredient that reduces the chance of infection when applied to the skin. The soap has an antimicrobial property that kills or inhibits the growth of bacteria, virus, or fungi.
Ingredients For Making Antiseptic Bar Soap
P.K.O (Palm Kernel Oil): Palm kernel oil is an edible plant oil (NOT COOKING OIL) derived from the kernel of the oil palm Elaeis guineensis. It should not be confused with the other two edible oils derived from palm fruits: palm oil, extracted from the pulp of the oil palm fruit, and coconut oil, extracted from the kernel of the coconut. It is a very important ingredient in antiseptics soap making.
Caustic Soda (Lye/Sodium Hydroxide): Caustic soda is also known as sodium hydroxide, caustic soda, and lye. Anhydrous (100%, solid) sodium hydroxide has a chemical formula of NaOH and a molecular weight of 40.00 with an inorganic compound with formula NaOH. This is a cleaning agent!
Soda Ash (Sodium Carbonate): Soda ash is the active ingredient in washing soda. The chemical name for it is sodium carbonate, chemical formula Na2CO3. This is a stain remover, as it helps to soften hard water.
Sodium Sulphate (Sodium Sulfate Anhydrous): Sodium Sulfate Anhydrous is the anhydrous, sodium salt form of sulfuric acid. Sodium sulfate anhydrous disassociates in water to provide sodium ions and sulfate ions. This makes the soap thicker!
Silicate (Sodium Silicate): Sodium silicates have many useful properties not shared by other alkaline salts. It is use to make the soap stronger and also a clean agent!
Pine Oil: Pine oil is an essential oil obtained by the steam distillation of stumps, needles, twigs, and cones from a variety of species of pine, particularly Pinus sylvestris. Pine Oil is also a cleaning agent; the water based household cleaning compound of pine oil is capable cleaning, disinfecting wipes and disinfectant liquid.
Color: This does what you think; it gives the desired color.
Perfume: This is what gives the scent that makes the whole different. Remember, best fragrant is nothing to compromise in this process.
Equipment Needed For Producing Antiseptic Bar Soap
It is better if you have all of the equipment, but not the end of the world if not – production can still continue with the basic equipment.
- Hand gloves – Not a Must
- Nose guide – Not a must
- Nylon sheets – Not a must
- Stamp or stamping machine – Not a Must
- A mold ( wooden , plastic or metal) – A must
- Containers or bowls (Plastic buckets) – A must
- A mixer ( plastic or metal but not aluminum containers) – A must
- A measuring scale (in kg or litters) – Not a must! Since you already bought the right measurement
Chemicals and Quantities Used In Antiseptic Soap
- K.O (Palm Kernel Oil) 3 Liters
- Caustic Soda ½ kg
- Soda Ash ½ kg
- Sulphate ½ kg
- Silicate ¼ kg
- Pine Oil 1/8 liter
- Color As desired
- Perfume As desired
Please Note: You must turn in one direction; you can either turn clockwise or anticlockwise. The important thing here is that it must be in one direction!
Step By Step Guide On How To Produce Antiseptic Soap
Step 1: Get three bowls A, B and C
Step 2: Soak the Caustic Soda in Bowl A with ½ liters of water for at least 24hours.
Step 3: Soak the Soda Ash in Bowl B with ½ liters of water for at least 24 hours.
***After 24 hours and you are ready for production***
Step 4: Put all the P.K.O in Bowl C with 2 liters of water
Step 5: Pour the content of Bowl A and Bowl B into Bowl C one after the other (The bowl containing the P.K.O) REMEMBER YOU MUST STIRE IN ONE DIRECTION
Step 6: Pour the Sulphate into Bowl C and stir in one direction
Step 7: Pour the Silicate into Bowl C and stir in one direction
Step 8: Pour Pine Oil into the same Bowl C and stir in one direction
Step 9: Mix the color in a small amount of water and pour the color mixture into Bowl C and stir in one direction
Step 10: Pour the right amount of Perfume and stir in one direction
Step 11: Pour the End mixture into a mold