Kerala soap maker launches nano soap tablets to help fight COVID

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Jabir K C, Managing Director, Orial Imara, with a strip of Elaria, nano soaps packed in tablet strips to help fight COVID.

Kochi: Orial Imara, a Kerala-based soap manufacturer and exporter, has launched Elaria, a brand of soap tablet strips to help fight COVID-19. Jabir K C, Managing Director, Orial Imara, who developed the nano soap, said each tablet soap, weighing around 2 gms, is enough for one good hand wash. The company has now launched packets of 20 tablet soaps in two strips priced at Rs.30. Elaria handwash nano soaps are made available in supermarkets and drug stores across Kerala and Karnataka now and will be taken to other south Indian markets in phases while exports to Qatar have already been started.

Jabir said according to many experts, a bit of soap and water is still the best way to get rid of germs, including the virus that causes COVID-19. Using alcohol-based sanitizer should be your second choice, according to the United States' Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

He also said Elaria could be first of its kind nano soap in the world which is ideal for people who are always on the move and those who do not want to touch soap dispensers in public places like restaurants. "It's also a grade 1 soap with 76-80% total fatty matter (TFM)," he said.

Kozhikode-based Orial Imara is into the manufacture and export of grade 1 soaps with its R&D centre in Kozhikode and manufacturing units in Mumbai and Solan in Himachal Pradesh. For more details go to

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