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Buzil FoamEliminates need for wetting of hands

The demand for traditional liquid soaps is rapidly declining and the new foam-based hand washes have replaced them now at almost every household and commercial establishment. In hospitals, nursing homes, schools, food industry, and other public places, foam soaps are progressively gaining importance.

Buzil Rossari Pvt Ltd’s Ross Aqua Foam is a transition from a traditional hand-washing system to a foam-based system. It is a foam hand wash with no additives. This product is designed to deliver luxuriant foam through a foaming soap dispenser with special compounds that make the skin feel softer, silkier and smoother, thus avoiding problems like skin flaking or irritation. It is made with diluted liquid soap that is infused with air and generates a foamy lather as it leaves the dispenser. The usage of such foam-base hand soaps requires specialized dispensers.

In comparison to typical liquid soaps, it is a diluted version of a liquid hand soap that comparatively utilizes less amount of water to lather and rinse. By eliminating the need of wetting your hands, this product promotes water conservation and is a low-cost and affordable solution that offers the same level of hygiene to its users.

Features:

  • Spreads easily on hands
  • Provides better coverage
  • Pre-wetting of hands not required
  • Soft and rich lather
  • Economical and superior cleaning
  • Saves water leading to sustainability
  • Luxurious delightful experience
  • Excellent cleaning performance
  • Water efficient foam-base technology
  • Suitable for frequent hand washing

 

Specifications
Appearance Colourless
Density (25°C) 1.002 ± 0.1
Odour Characteristic
pH value 8.0 ± 1.0
Solubility in/miscibility with water: Yes
 
 
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