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Dove soap prezentation

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Erica Vienne

on 29 October 2012

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Transcript of Dove soap prezentation

How Dove Soap
Is Made Sodium Lauroyl Isethionate Stearic Acid: An inexpensive fatty acid that is usually derived from lard, tallow, and (sometimes) palm oil. Sodium Palmitate-The substance that is formed when sodium hydroxide and water (a.k.a Iye) is combined with palm oil. Lauric Acid: A fatty saturated acid derived from palm or coconut oil Sodium Isethionate: produces lather and is mild Water Sodium Stearate Cocamidopropyl Betaine: derived from coconut acid Sodium Cocoate Sodium Palm Kernelate:The substance that
is formed when sodium hydroxide
and water (a.k.a Iye) is combined with palm oil. Sodium Chloride: salt Tetrasodium EDTA: preservative, chelating agent Tetrasodium Etidronate: used to soften water and prevent soap scum Maltol: comes from plants/harvested from plants Titanium Dioxide: whitening agent - It is obtained from growing and harvesting because it comes from plants and animals -renewable -renewable -renewable -renewable - renewable -synthesized in a lab -renewable -mined or derived from sea water -renewable -synthesized in a lab -renewable -renewable -made by crude titanium dioxide being purified in the chloride process -non renewable -chemically synthesized in a lab - occurs naturally a synthetic detergent. - It is chemically synthesized in
a lab. - nonrenewable - renewable - derived from beef fat boiled down
and combined with lye. - renewable - produced by the ester linkages in
coconut oil with sodium hydroxide.
It is synthesized in a lab.
- renewable - it is synthesized in a lab - it occurs naturally in some
vegetable oils like palm oil and coconut oil - renewable - it is synthesized in a lab - it is synthesized in a lab Dove soap is manufactured by Unilever. The product states it is
made in the USA. There are many
locations within the USA that
manufacture the soap.
The Unilever website states
it is reducing manufacturing
wastes such as water waste and
packaging waste. They are working to reduce deforestation and also transportation and energy costs. Because half their raw materials come from farms and forests, they are working towards sustainable sourcing and reducing greenhouse gases as well as obtaining Fairtrade materials.
Since Unilever has facilities across the USA, a company that sells Dove soap, such as a grocery store, can find a distributor of Dove soap closest to their store. This will reduce shipping costs. Since Dove soap is used with water to
cleanse, the soap is disposed in the
water supply. It will enter the waste
management plants that repurify the water and remove wastes. Sources: - Alabu Skin Care website
- Pure and Green Organics website
- Unilever website Each ingredient of Dove soap has it's own
development process that uses energy and
natural resources. To break down one product into its ingredients really makes us think how much energy and resources are used in the world. There is definitely more
than the cost we pay in the store when we
purchase a product.
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