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    Title: 天然手工藝皂製程之探討
    Investigation on the Process of Natural Handmade Soap
    Authors: 李明芳
    Contributors: 休閒與遊憩管理學系
    Keywords: 天然手工皂;市售皂
    natural handmade soap;commercial soap
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-10-22 10:03:38 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: 近年來綠色商品逐漸受到重視,手工皂在臺灣如雨後春筍般蓬勃
    In recent years, green commodities have gradually been paid attention.
    Handmade soaps have sprung up in Taiwan. In the development and
    production of hand soap, I discovered that the characteristics and
    advantages of handmade soap are made from natural materials and retain
    ingredient glycerin. On the contrary, most soaps on the market are glycerin
    that has been extracted and added with chemical ingredients, synthetic
    surfactants and synthetic emulsions, therefore, washing texture is dry and
    polluted water source. In the long run, there will be chronic skin symptoms,
    such as skin irritation, dermatitis, etc. The use of natural, moisturizing,
    skin-friendly soap can gradually improve skin texture and allergic
    symptoms. Therefore, this article explores the differences between the
    production process of natural handmade soap and commercial soap,
    making handmade soap be refined and artistic to achieve both practical and
    aesthetic effects.
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