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No-Rinse Body Bath with Odor Eliminator contains no alcohol; gentle and non-irritating for even the most sensitive skin. This product is pH-balanced and biodegradable. Excellent for use as a perineal cleanser or a total body bath. 1 oz. mixed with 32 oz. of water supplies a complete sponge bath. Ingredients: Deionized Water, Triethanolamine Lauryl Sulfate, Glycerin, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Fragrance, Propylene Glycol, Diazolidinyl Urea, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Citric Acid.
It says it foams but it's no rinse, right? How do you get rid of the lather (foam)?
Question By: Sallie on Jun 11 2027 1:19 PM
I have used this and after applying it to my skin I wiped with a barely damp towel, and I felt that I had just stepped from the shower.
Answer By: T.S. on Jun 15 2022 6:07 PM
Product works better than any other I've tried. I take it when I travel and avoid all those so called Accessible shower stalls. Foam dissipates. Towel off and it leaves nice smelling odor when done.
Answer By: Linda T on Dec 13 2004 6:14 AM
The lather dissipates. Its improper to think that the suds contain all the surfactant (soap)
<a href="https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Surfactant" target="_blank">https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Surfactant</a> Most mild surfactants like this are made out of gentle oils, like Castle soap is made out of. The lather can be very rich, but not be irritating, and not sustain long life bubble or stickiness in the end. A surfactant like this generally needs a towel to clean off the grime on your body, that's why a sponge bath is generally recommended. Buts its just as good to lather your arms and legs with it then wipe them down with a clean towel. Then your torso and lower body - again wipe down with a damp towel towel. You could go the water route though, and full rinse with a sponge, which isn't a bad idea. I'm just trying to get across to you, that this ISN'T soap as you have come to know it :) However, and most interesting and awesome of all, it works JUST as good as soap, which is something in itself :) I really like the hair product of this type. No rinse shampoo. And they have a spray shampoo (no rinse as well), called 'Psssssst' (yes, with all those s's! I have a can in front of me, it has exactly that many s's - anyway, its goes great with the watery no-rinse shampoo that Allegro sells here - the smell reminds me of OLD time barber shops - its a smell that will bring back memories, and clean and deodorize your hair just as well as any expensive salon bought shampoo - without all the harsh chemicals that pull all the necessary vitamin and mineral coating of natural oils out of your hair - making it dry and brittle (which only makes you want to buy more expensive gunk to make your hair fuller and "with more body".
Answer By: Dimensional on Aug 11 2023 1:35 PM
foam just seems to go away when washing my husband if it doesnt maybe you are useing way to much
Answer By: lindat8 on Jan 13 2005 1:09 PM
The foam disappears, but I often wipe the moisture away with a dry washcloth, towel, or Viva paper towel (Viva is the softest paper towel ever - excellent product for caregiving)
Answer By: Judy on Jan 13 2005 4:42 PM
The foam helps to get an even amount then the more you clean the more it elminates the oder. Real good on urine smells and doesn't cause rashes. Much safer then putting my client in the shower, and she smells great after the sponge bath. The shampoo is great too.