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The soap that most people think of when you say the word "soap," the stuff you see on store shelves and in restaurant bathrooms is, in fact, pretty much a block of pressed detergent (or a pump dispenser of liquid detergent), akin to what you'd use in your washing machine. It's made using chemicals with names like sodium laureth sulfate, decyl glucoside and pentasodium pentetate; words you'll NEVER see on the label of any Absolute handmade soap (which is a good thing, because we can't pronounce them anyway).
Often, even soaps claiming to be "pure," or using words like "natural" (or common variants like "nutri") usually contain these chemicals (or their equivalent cousins). Commercial soaps also often contain petroleum (irritating to people with sensitive skin), esters (known carcinogens), alcohols (which dry your skin), animal tallow (yes, really: animal fat - no kidding) low grade oils, waxes, fillers, detergents and preservatives.
But Absolute handmade soap contains none of that. In fact, it has almost nothing in common with those other products besides the word "soap" itself. So the first thing that you need to know about Absolute soap is what it isn't: it's not commercially produced, it's not produced using chemicals, it's not tested on animals. Ever.
So Qzone basically focus and suggested like this natual products to our valuable customers:-)