The PROVON 4253-12 Medicated lotion soap with triclosan helps remove unwanted dirt, residue, and bacteria from hands, contains triclosan, aloe vera, vitamins A and E, and skin conditioners, and comes in a 16 fl. oz. pump bottle for dispensing small amounts of soap at a time. The 0.3 percent triclosan helps reduce the number of germs on hands. The skin conditioners (including propylene glycol and hydrolyzed vegetable protein) help keep skin moisturized. The soap is fragrance- and dye-free to reduce the chance of allergic reactions.
Liquids soaps come in a variety of forms, varying mostly by viscosity. Lotion soaps have a thicker consistency than liquid soaps. Hand washes are liquid soap, often foamed, intended for frequent use. Lotion soaps and foam soaps can stay on hands better than liquids or gels. Foaming soaps are sometimes called pre-lathered, and can reduce time spent lathering. Liquid soaps may also include skin conditioners to reduce the drying impact of frequent washing. Skin conditioners come in four categories: emollients (to lubricate), humectants (to moisturize), occlusive (to reduce moisture loss by forming a barrier on the skin), and miscellaneous (to enhance the appearance of dry or damaged skin).
GOJO Industries manufactures hygiene products, including hand washing, hand sanitizing, and skin care formulas under the GOJO, PURELL, PROVON, MICRELL, and AQUELL brands. The company, founded in 1946, is headquartered in Akron, OH.