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Tallow from the fatty tissue of sheep or cattle reacts with sodium hydroxide to produce Sodium Tallowate. A byproduct from the commercial meat industry, is removed by extraction of suet from leftover carcasses. Sodium Tallowate is a surfactant which acts by removing the natural oils on your skin to clean in making the skin feel dry and itchy. Read more about why Sodium Tallowate is used and how you can choose safer and better alternatives.
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We’re all looking for ways to be more environmentally friendly. But we often forget that it isn’t one big choice that will turn everything around. For living a sustainable lifestyle, all you have to do is make some small choices and daily commitment. We’ve put together a list of 17 eco friendly things you can do to get going right away.
Soap nuts - well technically they don’t contain soap and aren’t nuts!Soap nuts are native to India. They are the dried fruits or berries of the Reetha tree and contain a natural substance called saponin. The saponin in soap nuts gives it surfactant properties but without the chemicals and so for generations have been used for skin, hair and home care.Here are four ways you can use soap nuts and cut down the chemicals in your life 1. Laundry Detergent Just throw a handful of soap nuts in a muslin or a thinly woven cloth pouch and throw it...