Features of the Ultra Dawn Plus liquid hand soap's material safety data sheet include information on the soap's health effects, handling, disposal and ingredients. The health effects of Ultra Dawn Plus hand soap are categorized on its MSDS into acute health effects, chronic health effects and carcinogenicity.
The acute health effects of Ultra Dawn Plus include effects pertaining to ingestion and eye and skin contact. According to the MSDS, if Ultra Dawn Plus is ingested, then transient gastrointestinal irritation can occur. The soap can also irritate the eyes and cause irritation to the skin if it is exposed to the soap for long periods of time. There are no chronic health effects or carcinogenicity pertaining to Ultra Dawn Plus soap according to the MSDS.
Ultra Dawn Plus's MSDS states that there are no specific precautions that need to be taken when handling the soap, and that it can be disposed of down the drain per federal regulations.
The soap's MSDS also describes the ingredients of Ultra Dawn Plus as being unspecified enzymes, unspecified surfactant, ethanol and triclosan. The enzymes and surfactant ingredients do not have a quantity listed on the MSDS. However, the MSDS does state that the ethanol composes between 3 and 7 percent of the product, and the triclosan composes less than 0.1 percent.