5 Simple Common Ingredients:
All 5 ingredients to one degree or another are approved by the FDA as a food additive.
SODIUM LAURYL SULFATE: Found in almost all major brands of Foaming hand Soap as it’s main ingredient. “The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) includes Sodium Lauryl Sulfate on its list of multipurpose additives allowed to be directly added to food.“ However, It is has strong cleaning abilities and therefore should not be used for bodily soaking like bubble baths, but can be used for bodily washing that is immediately washed off. However, it should be kept out of eyes. As you will see this same note regarding eyes are on almost all brands foaming soap using Sodium Lauryl Sulfate.
SODIUM CHLORIDE: NaCl. Basically non-iodized table salt.
SODIUM CITRATE: Gives club soda and most lemon-lime soft drinks both their sour and salty flavors.
EDETATE DISODIUM: “The FDA has approved calcium disodium EDTA as a safe food additive.”
PENTASODIUM TRIPHOSPHATE: (Sodium tripolyphosphate) : “used as a preservative for poultry, meat, and seafood. It is also added, along with other sodium polyphosphates, to processed cheeses as an emulsifier.”
WARNING NOTICE ON FRONT OF PACKET: SoluSoap is made with only 5 commonly used ingredients. The FDA recent rules require however, that if all the ingredients of a cosmetic product have not been tested together as a whole that the the phrase: WARNING: THE SAFETY OF THIS PRODUCT HAS NOT BEEN DETERMINED must appear on the front of the package; hence the marking on the front of the SoluSoap packages. However, when in its concentrated powder form this product should be kept out of the reach of children. The sachet packaging is made with difficult material to open with the intent to increase its safety around children. The user of SoluSoap should take care not to breath in or eat the concentrated powder product and to wash off any concentrated powder product that may adhere to one hands while mixing SoluSoap.