Detergent use

- Mar 22, 2017-

The detergent is dissolved in the water, can be absorbed through the skin into the body, long-term accumulated damage of liver function, and even cause cancer.

Detergents are alkyl benzene toluene sulfonic acid sodium salt, sodium sulfate, potassium iodate, sodium tripolyphosphate and carboxyl methyl cellulose synthesis of alkaline detergents. Frequently in touch with detergent (water), make skin Keratosis, scratchy; with detergent shampoo to make hair become yellow and brittle; after entering the human hematopoietic system can affect liver function.

Enzyme detergent alkaline proteases were added, to hydrolytic protein on the clothing, play the role of scale decontamination. This alkaline protease can also break down proteins on the surface of the skin, and people suffering from Atopic Dermatitis, eczema, etc.

With detergent to wash clothing are subject to water thoroughly rinse; baby diapers, underwear, panties, and underwear for adults do not wash with detergent (but you can use SOAP, natural soap powder), washing utensils, dishes also should not use detergent. Personnel should have the necessary protection of long-term exposure to detergents and avoid direct contact with detergent.