What is tallow, you ask? Adeps bovis, on the label. Tallow is beef fat. In soap, tallow produces a tight and creamy delectable lather, loved by ...
Some of the earliest recorded uses of soap tell us that Ancient Babylonians produced cleansers using animal fats, oils, wood ash, and fragrant extracts.
Many nations followed suit producing their own versions of soapy products, however the basic recipe remained the same: