Most people are conscious about their skin because they want to have a healthy body, and it is important. As a kid, everyone has been taught to wash hands numerous times in a day to keep the germs away. The people who didn’t wash their hands numerously, the COVID-19 outbreak turned this preference into a necessity. For centuries bar soap was available in the market. Everyone was satisfied with their performance until liquid soaps were introduced in the market. The debate began just like two brands clashing with each other. The decision is your preference, but both have their pros and cons, and you should know about them.
The liquid soap has been promoted as an anti-bacterial soap almost from the time of its introduction. This doesn’t mean that bar soaps are not anti-bacterial because there are different kinds of soaps available in the market. Because of few campaigns and fake news, a misconception spread around that bar soaps are the reason for transferring germs to your skin, given that multiple users use it.
If this is true, why has it been used for centuries, and why have we never seen a crisis like Coronavirus? These are lies to an extent because, in a study conducted in 1998, it was proved that bar soaps weren’t the reason behind the spreading of disease.
Dealing with The Mess:
Bar soaps have been there for centuries, but they got famous in 1990. The only complaint by the users was the slippery nature of wet bar soap and all the marks left by the bubbles in the container which was supposed to contain the soap. Keeping these complaints in mind, a brand named Liquid soap launched the soap in the dispenser because a dispenser won’t make any mess and the soap only comes out when you pump it.
The dispensers weren’t slippery, and this resulted in the success of liquid soaps. For a stronger hold in the market, brands started using Custom Window Soap Boxes to attract more customers because this kind of packaging allowed them to see the product before buying it.
Soap PH Level:
You must have noticed that using liquid soap leaves a smooth effect on the skin. Whereas bar soaps can cause dryness on the skin, and the sole reason behind this is that bar soaps have high PH levels.
The good news is that as the bar soap industry is reviving, new brands are emerging with natural soaps that don’t include harmful chemicals. There are many different soaps available in the market for this purpose. As a matter of fact, bar soaps use glycerin, which is therapeutic for dry and sensitive skin.
Many people have different preferences; some don’t like scent in their soaps, while others are allergic to scents. If you are allergic or don’t like scents, then you should probably use bar soaps. The reason is that finding a scent-free liquid soap can be very difficult, and on the other hand, bar soaps give you many scent-free options to choose from.
When using bar soap, you keep the soap under the water until it creates your desired amount of lather; hence we can say that bar soaps don’t get wasted easily. Whereas when you pump the dispenser of liquid soap, it comes out depending on how you press it, and there is no way to stop that, and sometimes soap comes out in big amounts causing in waste of soap.
But the thing with bar soap is that when used for a specific time, they break in half and don’t create the desired amount of lather, resulting in throwing away the remaining bar.
Amount of Lather:
A good amount of lather while washing hands or full body feels very lush and forces you to wash for a longer time. While washing hands or body for a longer time results in better cleaning. The liquid soap is better in this aspect because it creates more lather without extra effort.
In the last, we will again say that it is your preference. Now that you have read the blog, we hope that we helped you in making a better decision.