Is Fels Naptha laundry bar soap safe?
Hereof, what kind of soap is Fels Naptha?
“Fels-Naptha contains soap consisting of sodium tallowate and sodium cocoate or sodium palmate kernelate and sodium palmate. The word 'sodium' refers to sodium hydroxide, the lye used to make soap, in this case with tallow, coconut oil, palm oil or palm kernel oil. It also contains water and talc.
Additionally, is Fels Naptha a soap or detergent? Fels-Naptha is an American brand of laundry soap used for pre-treating clothing stains and as a home remedy for poison ivy and other skin irritants. Fels-Naptha is manufactured by and is a trademark of the Dial Corporation, a subsidiary of Henkel.
Beside above, can you bathe with Fels Naptha soap?
Fels-Naptha Soap has been used for over 100 years for the treatment and prevention of poison ivy, sumac and oak rash. If you think you have been exposed to poison ivy, oak or sumac, shower immediately with Fels-Naptha to remove the resin from your skin, and it will help to dry up the rash, as well.
Do they still make Fels Naptha soap?
Despite the fact that it has been around since 1893 and has a wide variety of household uses, Fels-Naptha soap can be quite hard to find. Its main use and the one for which it was invented is as an ingredient in homemade laundry detergent. However, you can still find Fels-Naptha in some stores and online.