Foam Soap

Foam Soap

Foam soap is a way of injecting air into a liquid soap formula where tiny cellular membranes encapsulate the air forming a foam. The logic behind this is that it reduces the time needed to lather regular soap and in general expedites a trip taken to the bathroom.


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