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Yorkshire soap helps in fight against coronavirus

Find out how washing with soap can fight coronavirus on the Stephenson blog

Global soap base and speciality ingredients manufacturer, Stephenson, is taking steps to help support cosmetic brands and manufacturers in their production of soap bars around the world during the ongoing coronavirus crisis, from its head office and manufacturing facility in Leeds.

Demand for its soap bases is building as the need for hygiene products intensifies across the world.

Sales and Marketing Director, James Clews explains: “The company is now experiencing a surge in client demand right across our range of soap bases, as hand washing increases around the globe and is certainly something we’re ready for.

“The sales process can carry a long latency, as with soap products, it can take several months to arrive at its destination.

“We’re certainly hearing lots of questions around capacity and are we ready to scale up when we need to.”
Stephenson launched its new soap free syndet called Syndopal® last year, with interest intensifying since the outbreak at the beginning of this year.

Stephenson extruded soap noodles, glycerine and liquid soap bases provide effective cleansing through ionic properties, which is essential for killing viruses including coronavirus.

Stringent hand washing is seen as the first deterrent against the virus and essential to limit the further spread of the disease.

Stephenson has produced an online guide of how soap and washing hands is vital in tackling the spread of coronavirus. This can be found in the blog section on the Stephenson website.