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Babi Mild Liquid Baby Detergent 600ml. Mom & Baby 600 ml

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What Is a Mild Detergent? | eHow

Make sure the clothing you wear won’t irritate your . Non-natural fibers, such as synthetics, will cause irritation. If you are dealing with , try to stick with cotton clothing. Also, make sure you wash new clothing before you wear it. To accomplish this, use a mild liquid detergent that is unscented, and do not use fabric softener.

Because of the known deleterious effects of the commonly used anionic detergents on the skin, research and development efforts continue unceasingly in an attempt to formulate milder liquid detergent compositions, i.e., liquid compositions exhibiting reduced skin-irritation effects.

A mild detergent is a requirement for many household cleaning tasks

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    Generally, research efforts have fallen in three categories. The first category embraces the efforts to formulate milder liquid detergent compositions by utilizing specific mixtures of particular surfactants in specific proportions. For example, U.S. Pat. No. 3,223,647 discloses mixtures of C9 --C15 alkylbenzene sulfonate and tertiary amine oxide in 20:1 to 1:5 proportions which exhibit reduced skin irritation effects. Further, U.S. Pat. No. 3,793,233 discloses mild liquid compositions containing specific proportions of an alkyl ether sulfate containing 5-12 ethylene oxide groups in the molecule, a lauryl sulfate detergent, an alkyl glyceryl ether sulfonate detergent and a trialkyl amine oxide. Similarly, U.S. Pat. No. 3,943,234 discloses a mild liquid surfactant containing trialkyl amine oxide in combination with an anionic sulfate detergent. The foregoing compositions are described as mild because the trialkyl amine oxide reduces the skin irritating effects of the lauryl sulfate and C9 --C15 alkyl benzene sulfonate detergents. However, such compositions are not completely satisfactory and the essential amine oxide surfactants may form nitrosamines which may be carcinogens.

    Generally, research efforts have fallen in three categories. The first category embraces the efforts to formulate milder liquid detergent compositions by utilizing specific mixtures of particular surfactants in specific proportions. For example, U.S. Pat. No. 3,223,647 discloses mixtures of C9 --C15 alkylbenzene sulfonate and tertiary amine oxide in 20:1 to 1:5 proportions which exhibit reduced skin irritation effects. Further, U.S. Pat. No. 3,793,233 discloses mild liquid compositions containing specific proportions of an alkyl ether sulfate containing 5-12 ethylene oxide groups in the molecule, a lauryl sulfate detergent, an alkyl glyceryl ether sulfonate detergent and a trialkyl amine oxide. Similarly, U.S. Pat. No. 3,943,234 discloses a mild liquid surfactant containing trialkyl amine oxide in combination with an anionic sulfate detergent. The foregoing compositions are described as mild because the trialkyl amine oxide reduces the skin irritating effects of the lauryl sulfate and C9 --C15 alkyl benzene sulfonate detergents. However, such compositions are not completely satisfactory and the essential amine oxide surfactants may form nitrosamines which may be carcinogens.