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By the sixth century soap creators were Gaia's Protocol Review members of a reputable guild and by the end of the eight century, soap making became a reputable industry both in Italy and in Spain manufacturing soap from goat fat and beech tree ashes. The industry noticeably progressed after the 8th century when Soap makers commenced manufacturing soap from olive oil and alkali. These soaps were undoubtedly better quality for bathing and washing compared to those made elsewhere. Alkali is essentially ashes; the word alkali was derived from al-qaly or "ashes." Later in the 19th century it the benefits of personal hygiene were confirmed, thus growing the demand for soap. Today, marketing of soap way surpassed simple hygienic issues, developing soap into a skincare phenomenon, which made the user "beautiful."

Today, hand soap is as much a part of life as air and water, and there are several different types offered. Today's soaps are derivatives of fatty acids - in fact they are a product of the reaction between alkalis and the fatty acids - and customarily are made of triglycerides. Soap works fundamentally by allowing the insoluble oil and fat particles to become soluble, in order that they may be simply rinsed away with water. Many producers remove all or some percentage of this glycerin to prepare further toiletries and beauty products.

There are three primary methods for making soap:Soaps made by blending fatty acids (such as olive oil or hemp oil) and sodium hydroxide at room temperature is known as "cold process". This process will take about six weeks to complete and creates a durable, mild and moisturizing soap."Hot process" soap making as opposed to the above mentioned cold-process method takes place in near boiling temperatures and does not need longer cure time. The product is much easier to cut, as it will not crumble making it a preferred choice for those soap makers who require a faster turn around.The "fully boiled" process is where the ingredients come to a full boil producing the required product.

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