March 20, 2013

Which soap do you use? Toilet soap or bathing bars?


I am writing this article because my student Rachana. The question asked by her brother to her and she asked the same to me - “why toilet soap is written on the soap’s wrapper?”. I have undergone for a little research on this topic and I am putting here my findings.

Short answer:

Toilet soap is the soap used as a toiletry and the toiletry means - an object or cosmetic used in making up, dressing, etc. Due to the word toiletry, we misunderstood the concept of toilet soap. Cambridge dictionary defines the toilet soap as “a sweet-smelling soap that is intended for washing the body”.

Soap is used to clean the body and it is catagorised as toilet soap and bathing bar. The distinction (toilet soap and bathing bar) is made on the basis on amount of fatty material used to manufacture the soap. The thing to note is higher fatty material soap has better cleaning ability. Toilet soap contains more fatty material than bathing bar, so they soften the skin than bathing bar. Most of the soaps present in the market (Lux, Liril, Lifebuoy, Hamam, Rexona, Cinthol) are toilet soaps. (See the list at bottom)

Detailed Explanation:

To understand whole concept, you must to understand the manufacturing process of soap (called as Saponification). Soaps are the compounds formed by the reaction of bases (alkalies or salts) with triglycerides (fatty acid esters) with a byproduct as a glycerin. Fatty acid salt is a chemical name of soap. Bases are mostly sodium or potassium hydroxide. Triglycerides are mostly found in vegetable oil (coconut oil, olive oil, palm oil, etc) or animal fats. Vegetable oil produces soft soap whereas animal fat produces hard soap. The soaps are rated in terms of Total Fatty Matter (TFM) contents. Good TFM soap has a good cleaning and nourishing property. TFM is a measure (in %) for identifying the amount of fatty matter present in soap i.e. more the fatty material present in soap, it is good for skin. In ideal saponification process, the ratio of fats to bases is 5:1. If we consider 5:1 ratio then TFM value of soap is 83.3% (but observed max value of TFM is 80%).

According to Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), there are two types of soap - toilet soap and bathing bar. TFM content in bathing bar should be less than 60% but not less than 40%, while toilet soaps are categorized in three sub-categories depending on their TFM content. The TFM content of Grade I toilet soap should be 76% or above. TFM content of Grade II toilet soap should be less than 76% but not less than 70%. TFM content of Grade III toilet soap should be less than 70% but not less than 60%. It is mandatory for toilet soap to mention TFM value on the wrapper while in case of bathing bar, it is not obligatory to mention TFM value.

Toilet soap v/s Bathing bar

Toilet soap
Bathing bar
High amount of fatty material
Less amount of fatty material
TFM ranging from 60-80%
TFM ranging from 40-60%
Surface active agents are absent
Surface active agents are present
Grade I soap has better cleaning ability and it is gentle to skin than lower grade soap. Grade I soap has no filler (additive like talc) while Grade II and Grade III have large amount of fillers. Sometimes fillers present in Grade II, Grade III and bathing bar may have bad effect on the skin. These soaps consumed faster than Grade I soap when gets contact with water and they are also poorer in lathering.

If TFM is low, this means, other than fatty material something like moisturising cream, vitamin, ayurvedic material or talc is added to soap.

There are some soap sub-categories (not standardized) are present in market like glycerin soap, beauty bar, ayurvedic soap. As glycerin soap (like Pears) is soft to skin so it may be the choice of people who have sensitive skin but they are not good at cleaning the skin. Beauty bar (like Dove) may be choice of people whose skin gets dry when they use soap because soap pours inside the skin. Beauty bar does not dry the skin because they are made up of neutral cleansing material and moisturising cream. One can use ayurvedic soap (like Margo) whose skin is sensitive to chemicals.

Following are the soaps according to their TFM contents and Grade,


Sr. No.
Soap Name
TFM (%)
Grade
1
Anu spa aloe vera
80
1
2
Anu spa Astagandha
80
1
3
Anu spa Chandanam
80
1
4
Anu spa Gulabjal
80
1
5
Anu spa Keasar
80
1
6
Anu spa Kevada
80
1
7
Anu spa Sandal with almond oil
80
1
8
Anu spa Shahi khas
80
1
9
Doy Care Cream soap
80
1
10
Mysore Sandal Classic
80
1
11
Mysore Sandal Gold
80
1
12
Mysore Sandal Millennium
80
1
13
Mysore Sandal Regular
80
1
14
Nivea
78
1
15
Anu spa Anuved Panchamrut
76
1
16
Cinthol Lime
76
1
17
Dyna
76
1
18
Everyuth Superia silk
76
1
19
Fair Glow
76
1
20
GLY-SEB
76
1
21
Godrej No 1 Aloe vera and white lily
76
1
22
Godrej No 1 Coconut and cream
76
1
23
Godrej No 1 Lavender
76
1
24
Godrej No 1 Lime and aloe vera
76
1
25
Godrej No 1 Rosewater and almond
76
1
26
Godrej No 1 Saffron and milk
76
1
27
Godrej No 1 Sandal and turmeric
76
1
28
Himalaya Nourishing cream and honey
76
1
29
Himalaya Protecting neem and turmeric
76
1
30
Moti Gulab
76
1
31
Moti Sandal
76
1
32
Nima Sandal
76
1
33
Park Avenue Double deo
76
1
34
Park Avenue Freshness deo
76
1
35
Park Avenue Luxury fragrant
76
1
36
Santoor Gold
76
1
37
Wild Stone Ultra Sensual
76
1
38
Yardley English lavender
76
1
39
Yardley English rose
76
1
40
Yardley Sandalwood
76
1
41
Vivel Luxury cream with olive butter
74
2
42
Liril 2000
73
2
43
Vivel Aloe vera
73
2
44
Vivel Luxury Sandal cream
73
2
45
Vivel Mixed fruit+ cream
73
2
46
Vivel Refresh+ moisturiser
73
2
47
Anu spa Uptan
72
2
48
Lux Creamy white
72
2
49
Santoor Sandal and almond milk
72
2
50
Vivel Luxury cream with shea butter
72
2
51
Dettol Cool
71
2
52
Dettol Original
71
2
53
Dettol Radiance
71
2
54
Dettol Re-energize
71
2
55
Dettol Skincare
71
2
56
Margo Original neem
71
2
57
Everyuth Fragrant flower
70
2
58
Everyuth Lemon
70
2
59
Everyuth Sandal
70
2
60
Jo Jasmine
70
2
61
Jo Rose
70
2
62
Jo Sandal and turmeric
70
2
63
Lux Fresh splash
70
2
64
Lux Peach and cream
70
2
65
Lux Sandal and cream
70
2
66
Lux Sheer and romance
70
2
67
Lux Strawberry and cream
70
2
68
Rexona
70
2
69
Vivel Green tea
70
2
70
Wipro Shikakai
70
2
71
Hamam
68
3
72
Chandrika Original
65
3
73
Margo Glycerin
64
3
74
Breeze Fresh rose
63
3
75
Breeze Lemon splash
63
3
76
Doy Care Aloe vera
62
3
77
Doy Care Honey and glycerin
62
3
78
Savlon
61
3
79
Lifebuoy Care
60
3
80
Lifebuoy Nature
60
3
81
Lifebuoy Total
60
3
82
Medimix Classic
60
3
83
Safrogel Glycerin
60
3
84
Anu spa Honey and Aloe vera
Bathing Bar
85
Anu spa Honey and rose
Bathing Bar
86
Chandrika Glycerin
Bathing Bar
87
Dove
Bathing Bar
88
Everyuth Natural hydrating fruit
Bathing Bar
89
Fiama Di wills Men
Bathing Bar
90
Fiama Di wills Peach & avocado
Bathing Bar
91
Fiama Di wills Skin sense
Bathing Bar
92
Lifebuoy Clini care
Bathing Bar
93
Margo Active glycerin
Bathing Bar
94
Medimix Moisturising
Bathing Bar
95
Medimix Sandal
Bathing Bar
96
Mild & Care Blackberry & blackcurrant
Bathing Bar
97
Mild & Care Glycerin & vitamin E
Bathing Bar
98
Mild & Care Skin guard
Bathing Bar
99
Pears Oil clear
Bathing Bar
100
Pears Pure and gentle
Bathing Bar
101
Pears Soft and fresh
Bathing Bar
102
Riviera
Bathing Bar

Note: The above given TFM % and Grade value are the figures of the article’s last updated date (23-03-2014). I will not be responsible for any future change of the values. To know the latest values please refer the wrapper of the soap.

Final words – Soap selection is depending on the individual’s requirement. The people don’t have any skin problem, they can opt toilet soap (grade 1 is better choice than lesser one). If you have a sensitive skin then you can prefer to use glycerin, beauty bar or ayurvedic soap.

153 comments:

Malavika said...

Thanks for ur information.its really good.

Tushar Chaudhari said...

You are welcome...Malavika

Amitava Dey said...

Hi,

Please re-check ur research.
Lifebuoy TFM reduced to 45.Just an example ...so others also.

regards,

Tushar Chaudhari said...

Hi Amitava,

The day, I published my post it was as mentioned in table. I don't know current value.

Anonymous said...

Really such a good information...thank you..Regards karthik

Tushar Chaudhari said...

You're welcome Karthik...

Sid said...

Woah thanks a lot for this, well written and all the information I could have wanted is compiled on one page!

KARTHIK said...

Really Doy care soap is not a 80%tfm it's just 62%..... Am totally disappointed...

KARTHIK said...

Sir today I bought Doy care soap but it's mentioned 62%tfm.. So am totally disappointed tushar chaudhari... Plz help me.. Reply.. Regards karthik...

Tushar Chaudhari said...

Dear Karthik,

As I said, the given figures are the published days figures, not todays....If any company or brand changed their manufacturing process then tmf can change (e.g. Uniliver has brought low tmf soap because their research finding are different about tfm.)

Anonymous said...

thank tushar.please tell me the high tfm value soap name and best to use.thank you.mail to me sangramunde@rediffmail.com

Tushar Chaudhari said...

@ Forever Sang Ram...It's not right to recommend the soap...you can use highest TFM value soap...Already I have mentioned the soap I am using.

Anonymous said...

"Toilet soap contains more fatty material than bathing bar, so they soften the skin than toilet soap."

This sentence of article doesn't make any sense.

Tushar Chaudhari said...

Thank you for flashing the typo mistake. I am going to update it.

Jannath Hussain said...

Awesomeeee information...

Thank u budddyy...

Tushar Chaudhari said...

Thank you...Jannath

nicky said...

gr8 job bro,keep it up bcuz its very usefull & rare information.

Tushar Chaudhari said...

Thank you Nicky.

Ramesh Iyer said...

Gr8 comparison Tushar. Have always wondered how / why certain soap bars make me feel more 'refreshed' after a bath than others. As you've mentioned, noticed that certain soaps are better for one's skin type than others, regardless of their TFM %age. Also, soaps with an ayurvedic tag aren't necessarily better, as some of them can end up giving you rashes or skin blemishes due to their composition. One can discover the 'right' soap for oneself only after using various varieties and stick to one for long.

Tushar Chaudhari said...

Thank you Ramesh Iyer. I tried my best to explore the topic.

DEBASISH MALLICK said...

this is nonsense.Actually, Bathing soaps are valuable for human body.
Generally TFM in Bathing soaps are high. Dogs in Europe and America use Lifebouy soaps.

Anonymous said...

Very interesting topic! Where do you find out the TMf? I don't see it anywhere in the labeling.

Tushar Chaudhari said...

@ DEBASISH MALLICK....If you don't UNDERSTAND what I have have written then forget it...this article is not for you....keep using lifebouy for you also.....

Tushar Chaudhari said...

@ Anonymous.....Yes, it is on the wrapper but in a very small font.

Anonymous said...

information is very valuable... thanks,
Please update latest info on above

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your great information...

Adv.seena said...

Thanx Mr. Tushar. It z really informative. It z a real help4 my son's project.

Tushar Chaudhari said...

@Adv.seena...I am glad that, someone is taking reference from my article.

Anonymous said...

Tushar if you are not belong from any chemical industry then it's quite impressive for me. Cause I worked for a bar raw materials and pre-blended essential oils supplier in South Africa as a chemical enginier.

Tushar Chaudhari said...

@Anonymous...thank you for appreciation...The question is started with a school boy and I just given answer in my way and see what a beauty...

Anonymous said...

Awesome ans

KARTHIK said...

Add Indulekha white soap its 80% TFM..

Tushar Chaudhari said...

@KARTHIK....Thank you for your contribution but sorry I cannot add it until I confirm it.

Vivek Chouhan said...

now that's called a blog...

Anonymous said...

THANX A LOT....ITS VERY GOOD INFORMATION BUT I WANT TO KNOW ONE THING...
IT IS WRITTEN AS toilet soaps are categorized in three sub-categories depending on their TFM, insoluble matter, free caustic alkali, carbonated alkali, rosin acid and chloride content.
BUT HERE SUB-CATEGORIES ARE FIVE SO PLEASE TELL ME EITHER THREE OR FIVE?

Tushar Chaudhari said...

@Anonymous...Very good....you are reading it critically...There are only three toilet soap sub-categories and it decided by TFM contents but there are some additional parameter that BIS look. But other parameters are not that much of weightage. So it final that there are only three sub-categories -Grade1, Grade2 and Grade3.

If the text is confusing then I am updating it to remove ambiguity.

Tushar Chaudhari said...

@Vivek Chouhan....Thank you Vivek for a word of appreciation...

Anonymous said...


from ur concept lower tfm preferable for bathing but doctor prefers higher tfm like cinthol y???
add some more points about uses of tfm content in soap

Tushar Chaudhari said...

@Anonymous...I am not saying lower TFM soap is good. Higher TFM soap are always good but use the soap as per your skin conditions...Read final words at the bottom of the blog post.

Mani said...

Really super and informative post.
Thank you

Manikandan.S said...

Really informative post.
I simply understand regularly using soap details.

Anonymous said...

Really informative post.
I simply understand regularly using soap details.
Mani

Tushar Chaudhari said...

@ Manikandan.S said.....thnx for appreciation...

sonia said...

Your article is very informative but I didn't get one thing. You have written "Toilet soap contains more fatty material than bathing bar, so they soften the skin than bathing bar." But in your table you have mentioned Dove, Pears etc. soaps in bathing soaps means low fatty material but their ads claim that these soaps make your skin baby soft. Can you please explain this for me.

Tushar Chaudhari said...

@sonia...Thank you for appreciation....You have asked nice question....In Soap, higher graded toilet soap has more fatty material than bathing bar(not soap). But bathing bar companies claim that they add 25% moisturising cream in bathing bar that's why they called it as a beauty soap.This is about Dove. But in case of Pears it is not a beauty soap. Pears is a bathing bar contains glycerin which nourishes skin....See the TFM value of any baby soap...it is above 76%...I hope this cleared your doubts...

Anonymous said...

thsnks for information.

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Tushar Chaudhari said...

Thnx for the comment. I try to write on the subject that are very rarely touched....You can find some good info @ about.com, howstuffworks.com

Anonymous said...

thanks for such a good info

Mallu Msr said...

Hi Tushar,
Good info...just conform once in a quick way..so what is the preference for bathing sopa either TFM %more or lesser one?

Tushar Chaudhari said...

@Mallu Msr

In general sense higher % of TFM is good but choice of soap is dependent on the skin type as I earlier discussed.

Ram said...

Its very usefull to me thanq very much

Ram said...

Its very usefull to me thanq very much

Saurabh Patel said...

Johnsons baby soaps are which type of soap??

Tushar Chaudhari said...

As per BIS, baby soaps are placed in a different category. And they have set separate standards for it.

soniya said...

Thanks for giving us such wonderful information

soniya said...

Thanks for giving us such a wonderful information abt soaps..I am working as lab chemist in well reputed company...

Tushar Chaudhari said...

Thank you Soniya for the comment.

Anonymous said...

Thanks this article helped alot.....

Anonymous said...

thanks for your information.........

Kavi said...

Very informative.Thank You

Rajeev Joseph said...

Dear Thushar,
Thank you very much for this valuable comparison on soaps and bathing bars. It is only after reading your article that I come to know that there is difference between soaps and bathing bars (though I did not understand what the difference is ).

It would be a great help if you can update the comparison chart as per the latest info.

Rajeev Joseph
rajeevjosephkk@gmail.com
Blog Admin : www.english4keralasyllabus.com

Anonymous said...

Dear Thushar,
Thank you very much for this valuable comparison on soaps and bathing bars. It is only after reading your article that I come to know that there is difference between soaps and bathing bars (though I did not understand what the difference is ).

It would be a great help if you can update the comparison chart as per the latest info.

Rajeev Joseph
rajeevjosephkk@gmail.com
Blog Admin : www.english4keralasyllabus.com

Tushar Chaudhari said...

Dear Rajeev,

Thank you for the comment. I have mentioned the technical difference between toilet soap and bathing bar. But general difference is, toilet soap is better than bathing bar.

Anonymous said...

It is pretty clear that persons with oily face should not use the soaps with high TFM.
In the same way, persons with dry face should not use lower TFM soap.

I am having oily face and using lower TFM soap.

Anonymous said...

Very well written and interesting article...have oily skin and I find the high TFM toilet soaps work well for me unlike bathing soaps.

Bana said...

You are wrong. Oily skin person should use high tfm soap. Like Mysore sandal.

Bana said...

Tushar really really its very very good article. I am also very interested in soaps. am not knowing bathing bar-soap difference. Now am realized. Thank you. My personal opinion mysore sandal is best soap.

Tushar Chaudhari said...

@Bana....I am not skin expert to comment on which soap is better for oily skin. I read article Best soaps for oily skin

It shows that other ingredients (not high fatty matter)are responsible for reducing excess oil. But the recommended soaps are low TFM soap or bathing bar.

suresh kumar. v.c. said...

Mr. Tushar Choudhari,

A well made article, which is very informative. Some more info I would like to add- some manufacturers make tall claims that the soap contains honey, milk, gangajal etc. Don't get fooled by such gimmicks- it is the TFM that counts. the so called sacred thing are in no way retained!

Tushar Chaudhari said...

Thank you suresh kumar ji for adding information....

Anonymous said...

Hi! I'm doing an experiment regarding the total fatty matter. I already obtained the weight of fat after extract it and doing all the procedures. But, my problem is I do not know how to calculate the percentage of total fatty matter. Can you please help me? I do not know the calculation working. And I really need your help because I'm already out of time and I'm lost. Hope you guys can help me.

malavika kannan said...

thank you tushar ji for your great information ....it was very useful for me..thank u sooo much....welldone.

Anonymous said...

Awesome. Msg to everyone thank u for sharing... tushar. regards Tibba

Akshay Ukirde said...

Sir thanx for the information..
Today i bought oj ubtan scrub toilet soap grade 2...
What is the difference betn. Grade 2 nd grade 1..
Its containing 72%TFM

Deepak Singh said...

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Tushar Chaudhari said...

Grade1 contains more skin nourishing oil than Grade2...so Grade1 is better than Grade2

Anonymous said...

Just try this link

http://www.soapworld.biz/soap%20calculator.html

Anonymous said...

Wonderful information Mr.Tushar. I had doubts abt TFM since many yrs which was cleared by ur post.. Thanks a lot

Sunitha said...

Informative collection. Thank you for the information. It cleared all my doubts

PREJITH S said...

Great information Sir. It cleared my doubts. Thank you very much Sir.

Unknown said...

Then why bathing bars are costlier than toilet soaps ??

Unknown said...

Hi Tushar just wanted to check about Amway saop product PERSONA in it mentioned Toilet Soap GR.I TFM 76%, what exactly the meaning of this saop

Tushar Chaudhari said...

Because bathing bar may have extra material for the nourishment like Dove have 25% moisturising cream.

Tushar Chaudhari said...

If you read the article carefully, it clearly says that, if any soap have TFM content more than 76% then according to BIS it is referred as Grade 1 soap. This means that contains good no of fatty material which is good for skin.

Anonymous said...

Totally appreciable post, recommend everyone to go through it to develop insight, .........

great job dear

Tushar Chaudhari said...

Thank you...

Sahadeo Jadhav said...

Very good information sir....

Tushar Chaudhari said...

Thank you Sahadeo...

Akshaykumar Patil said...

You are great sir.
Thnx for information

Akshaykumar Patil said...

You are great sir.
Thnx for information.

Unknown said...

Very good article bro, but i think bathing bar is hvng grtr price, any idea y

Liju LAZER said...

Very good article bro, but i think bathing bar is hvng grtr price, any idea y

Tushar Chaudhari said...

The price of soap or bath depends on the contents used in that. In bathing bar, there is extra material for nourishment so that it increases price of bathing bar.

Sarath Jee said...

Hi Sir,

Fatty matters adding means what kind of fatty matters.. Im using cinthal but I dont konow what fatty matters they are using .How I can able to know that my shop is mixed with animal fats or veg fats.... pls reply...

Tushar Chaudhari said...

@Sarath Jee ...You should see the ingredients form the wrapper of the soap...

Anonymous said...

Very good post and witty reply to Mr Lifebuoy.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Sir for your precious time and made this article.Now we, well clear about toilet soap and bathing bar.

Anonymous said...

The article is very useful,it cleared my concepts about soaps to quite an extent.thanks a lot

charu shah said...

I am buying soap base to make soaps at home. The company I buy base from, has sent me some details.


Total Fatty Matter
45-55% Coconut Oil, Castor Oil, Olive Oil, Sorbitol, PEG-400, PG
Free Caustic Alkali As NaOH% W/W Max 0.5%
Chloride As Nacl Max 0.8%
Alcohol Insoluble Matter % By Wt Max0.5%
TFN 65.7% When Packed

Syam Shornur said...

Sir...

Which is the Gud one to use for bath..I think clean for body we can use toilet soap.for nourish the boady we can use bath soap.I am a right or not....?so that I have two types of soap...if u r need pls call me..and tell me how it is...

Thanks
Syam shornur
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Tushar Chaudhari said...

@Syam Shornur

Toilet soap is better than bathing bar....but if soap company adds extra nourishing material like moisturizing cream or etc then bathing bar is good than toilet soap.

harish n said...

cinthol orginal (red pack) 79% tfm, not mentioned in table

RUSHIKESH DHOOT said...

Hi, Please All Visitors And Admin Search for rajiv dixit lifebuoy on YouTube or Google. ..To Know Which Soap Really To Use?

Jayant Dudeja said...

Good information thanks.

avi mb said...

thank u fr sharing such a gr8 topic to us...

mukesh hembram said...

RCM SOAP SENSATION BATH SOAP (100g) MRP.:24 T.F.M76%. GRADE-1 VERY BETTR SOAP USED THE PROUCTS

DealsMound said...

Doy care is one of the best TFM Soap.

Unknown said...

Thanks for the info... all required info at one page ..

Unknown said...

Thanks for the info... all required info at one page ..

Dr sherjee mathews mattamana said...

I would like to know . Please tell me how to increase TFM level in soap or which Herb's give more results

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sankar said...

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Anonymous said...

please suggest good soap to use on face.which doesnt dry

Anonymous said...

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