Soap, laundry soap, medicated soap, sulfur soap... What's the difference? Don't make the wrong choice!
Soap is the most commonly used daily necessities in life, which can be used to wash hands, bathe and wash clothes. There are many kinds of soap, and if used improperly, it can damage the health of the skin.
Laundry soap is slightly more alkaline, suitable for washing clothes, but not very suitable for hand washing, which will cause the skin to be irritated by alkaline.
Soaps have low alkalinity, which can not only remove dirt and bacteria, but also skin care ingredients, so it is appropriate to use soap to bathe and wash hands.
The ingredients added to medicated soap are phenolic compounds. The sterilization and disinfection function of medicated soap is the best. It can be used to wash hands, bathe, and wash clothes, and can also be used as a disinfectant, but it should not be used frequently. Medicated soap is obviously irritating, if used frequently, it will cause skin irritation, allergy and other symptoms.
Sulfur soap has the effect of killing bacteria, fungi and mites, and has certain preventive and therapeutic effects on skin diseases. Because it is also irritating to the skin, it is not recommended for long-term use. It can be used twice a day. After the symptoms are relieved, it can be changed to once a day or once every 2 to 3 days, and gradually interrupted until it stops. Long-term use of sulfur soap will not reduce the immunity of the skin, but it will cause the skin to suffer from dehydration, dryness, and peeling.
Although the appearance of soap is similar, it has different characteristics. Only by choosing the right soap can you keep the first level of health. Are you using it right?