Sodium olivate

Chemically, soap is the result of the interaction between a fatty substance (acid) and a base (often sodium hydroxide, commonly called soda). Sodium olivate is simply the result of the reaction between sodium hydroxide and olive oil. It is said to be its saponified form, and it is the main component of natural soaps, alone or mixed with other molecules of the same family such as sodium cocoate, the saponified form of coconut oil.

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