Soap is just one of many substances with a cleansing effect. Syndets (synthetic detergents) are capable of removing dirt from the skin while creating foam. In addition, they don't lose their ability to cleanse in hard water, and they don't form alkaline solutions, like soap does. They are therefore compatible with the skin's acid mantle.
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