Lever is a deodorant soap made by Unilever Global, a company that also makes the Dove line of soaps. The Lever 2000 soaps contain lipid, or fat, petrolatum and glycerin ingredients to provide the skin with extra moisture. There are three formulas of Lever soaps: Original, Pure Rain and Fresh Aloe.
All three of the Lever soaps contain glycerin, stearic acid, tetrasodium EDTA, BHT, sodium stearate, tetrasodium etidronate, sodium 1-methyl 2-sulfolaurate, sodium chloride, water, sodium, sulfate, sunflower seed oil, petrolatum, mineral oil, sodium tallowate, titanium dioxide, disodium 2-sulfolaurate, coconut fatty acids, sodium cocoate and cocamidopropyl betaine. There is also fragrance in every bar.
Lever 2000 Original
The only ingredient in the original Lever soap that is not in the others is tocopheryl acetate, a form of vitamin E that aids in moisturizing the skin.
In addition to the standard ingredients, Lever 2000 Pure Rain and Fresh Aloe soaps have propylene glycol as well as coloring. The Pure Rain is colored with blue and red dye, while the Fresh Aloe has a green dye in it. The Fresh Aloe also contains aloe vera extract and cucumber extract.
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