Probiotic Soap Chips for Foam Dispenser
Each bag contains 3 oz. of soap chips for our Foam Dispensers. This should make approximately 30 refills for the small dispenser (1.7 oz) and 9 refills for the large dispenser (8 oz.).
Foam Dispensers for the chips available here: https://thatfamilyshop.com/collections/probiotic-soap/products/foam-dispenser-for-our-probiotic-soap
Varieties Available (please select a style before adding to cart):
Luv'n Life Perfect Balance Unscented This soap is for neither extra dry or extra oily skin or hair. It's light and conditioning, and it works delightfully in a foam dispenser.
Ingredients: Coconut Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Hempseed Oil, Castor Oil, EM Probiotic, 9-Polypore Extract (sodium hydroxide is used in the saponification process but is not present in the product)
Extra Moisturizing Lavender This soap is very moisturizing, for those who have problem dry skin or hair. Works delightfully in a foam dispenser. Ingredients: Coconut Oil, Hempseed Oil, Olive Oil, Castor Oil, EM Probiotic, (sodium hydroxide is used in the saponification process but is not present in the product)
Directions for use:
Use approximately 1 chip for the small (1.7 oz. dispenser) and 3-4 chips for the 8 oz. dispenser. Fill with warm, clean water. Distilled, spring or clean well water recommended; if using tap water, it's best to leave the water exposed to air over night to dispel chlorine. These particular varieties of soap are best suited to the foam dispensers as they dissolve completely and form a thick, creamy lather. Ready to use in just a few moments. No need to wait for the chips to fully dissolve before use.
Soap and water is recommended by the CDC over hand-sanitizers (http://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/). Removes germs better than alcohol sanitizers without the drying, irritating and toxic effects. Study by US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed that outbreaks of norovirus were 6 times more likely in facilities that use alcohol sanitizers over those that use soap and water. ( http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/the-hot-button/hand-sanitizer-is-useless-against-the-norovirus-cdc-research/article7379053/ )