herbs which cleanse wounds, etc.
a product designed to render, for example, oils and greases soluble in water, usually made from synthetics that lower the surface tension of a solvent (usually water).
compounds that possess a cleaning action and have hydrophilic and lipophilic parts. Although products used for handwashing or antiseptic handwash in a health-care setting represent various types of detergents, the term “soap” is used to refer to such detergents in this guideline. Detergents make no antimicrobial claims on the label.