Biodegradable soap is a type of soap made with ingredients that are quickly broken down by microorganisms in nature. This means that this soap is not harmful to the environment and has no negative impact on ground and surface waters.
Biodegradable soap is often made with ingredients of vegetable origin, such as coconut oil, olive oil, and castor oil. These ingredients can be quickly broken down by microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi, reducing their impact on the environment.
Another advantage of biodegradable soap is that it is often gentler on the skin than conventional soap, as it contains no harmful chemicals or synthetic ingredients.