September 12, 2014

TFM value of Dove

While writing an article on toilet soap (Which soap do you use? Toilet soap or bathing bar?), I found that, many people are interested to know TFM value of Dove. This is the reason, I am writing this article.


Firstly, I want to clear that, Dove is not toilet soap, it is a bathing bar. To know distinction please outlook my post regarding toilet soap and bathing bar. In case of toilet soap, it is mandatory to mention TFM value on wrapper but it is not obligatory for bathing bar. So, manufacturer of Dove soap, Unilever ltd., does not provide the TFM content on the wrapper. As I mentioned earlier that Dove is bathing bar, it means that TFM value is not greater than 60%. Company says that it is beauty bathing bar and it is contains cleansing ingredients and 1/4th moisturising cream. Until Unilever declares the actual TFM content, it is not possible tell the TFM of Dove, but, surely, it does not contain 80% TFM contents (as many people says).

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MUNISH THAKUR said...

But as per BIS ammendmennts ,it is necessary to mention tfm on bathing bar

Soap World said...

Dove is a "combo" soap: 50% is natural soap and 50% is synthetic soap. It means that the TFM is only a part of the 50% of the natural part. Dove could have a TFM of about 35%

To calculate the TFM of the soap, use this Soap Calculator: http://www.soapworld.biz/soap-calculator-industrial.html

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