• Name: Curd Soap
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  • Direction: Body care

Available in:
100 g bars NET 3.5 oz (US)

For household use and workshop

Mild inexpensive hand soap made from organic vegetable oils, without any colourings, fragrances, fillers, complexing agents or optical brighteners. Well matured, the soap lasts for a long time.

Ranges of application:

For household use and workshop areas as well as wherever durable, effectively cleansing hand soap without any additives is needed.

Product declaration:

Soap from palm oil, certified organically grown >30% 

Soap from coconut oil, certified organically grown 15–30%

Glycerine, certified organically grown <1%

Salt <1%

Sodium thiosulphate <1% 

Ingredients (INCI):

Sodium palmate*, sodium cocoate*, glycerine*, sodium chloride, sodium thiosulfate

*certified organically grown

further information on INCI names

Origin and properties of the ingredients:

Soap being an active washing substance, it is obtained by simply boiling fats with alkaline solution. Every fatty base differs in its washing properties somewhat from another because of their persity of origin. Coconut-oil soap, e.g., possesses a very good cleaning performance, even in cold and hard water; and soap made from palm oil contributes the required firmness to the soap which prevents it from quickly becoming soggy when the soap happens to be left on a wet surface for a longer period of time. 

Special product feature:

This curd soap is manufactured without using fillers, dye-stuffs, fragrances, optical brighteners, and, above all, without any petrochemical complexing agents such as EDTA. It is thoroughly matured before being put on sale which increases its shelf life. 

The slightly brown colouration of curd soap when stored for several years is a sign of the purely natural quality of this product and, in no way, impairs its quality and washing performance.    

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Technical Data:

Soap is slightly alcalic in its use.
pH value: (20 °C, 5 g / l H2O) approx. 9–9.5



Soap is the only active washing substance which right after its use loses its surfactant properties under direct reaction with limescale which is always present in waste water, thus becoming non-toxic to live aquatic organisms (primary degradation). The calcium soap (formed by the reaction) is then 100% micro-organically decomposed into carbon dioxide and water (secondary degradation). 

Soap is classified as being readily biodegradable according to OECD guidelines.  


Folding box: >70% recycling material 

Outer Carton: 100 % recycling material

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