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I'm not a soap maker, so what is this ingredient? Thanks!


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From Free Dictionary:

sodium thiosulfaten. A white, translucent crystalline compound, Na2S2O3·5H2O, used as a photographic fixing agent and as a bleach. Also called hypo1, hyposulfite, sodium hyposulfite.

Maybe it's to keep the soap white? Doesn't really seem like something you'd put in soap. What else is in it?

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Sigh, why do I even bother with non-indie soap products?

Here is a link to the product: http://www.herbalremedies.com/creamofcocha.html And what they list as the ingredients are NOT what the actual product label says. Neither of those ingreds the site say are on the label.

I need to go shop some of the craftserver member's pages for good soap!

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