Updated: Mar 21
Cleaning your hands frequently throughout the day by washing with soap and water for 20 seconds will help protect you and the people you live with. This step is one of the most effective ways of reducing the risk of infection to you and to other people. www.govt.co.uk
Why does soap work so well on the Sars-CoV-2, the corona virus and indeed most viruses?
The virus is a self-assembled nano particle in which the weakest link is the lipid (fatty) bi-layer. Soap dissolves the fat membrane on the outside and the virus falls apart and becomes inactive.
We recommend rinsing hands with hot water and rubbing our soap into a lather. Scrub in between fingers, on the palm and around finger nails, where dirt is most likely to collect, and rinse again. Every hand wash should last about 30 seconds, for a thorough wash. Be kind to you and your environment.
Our soaps use natural essential oils that come straight from the plant. Research and comprehensive tests have proven them to have effective antiseptic, antibacterial and anti fungal properties, without harming your natural defences and moisturising the skin.
We are releasing a strong antibacterial line of soaps, but be assured all our soaps are antibacterial, to help everyone stay safe at home. Many people are using liquid antibacterial hand soaps that are alcohol based and come in plastic containers, we are offering a plastic free and natural alternative. Still caring for our environment as well as ourselves.