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Soap-free soaps

Soap is alkaline, meaning it can be irritating even to normal skin, which tends to be slightly acidic. Synthetic soaps ? often identified on the package as being ?soap-free? ? are a better choice for those whose skin is irritated by soap, because the pH is closer to that of normal skin.…

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