Why Shouldn’t People Use Antibacterial Soaps?
Or any other antibacterial household product?
Regular soap uses increasing pH to kill bacteria, something bacteria cannot work around. Antibacterial soap contains, often, triclosan, an organic compound. Some studies have shown that bacteria are already forming resistance to the chemical, as many have done for penicillin and some for sulpha drugs and other antibiotics.
by Diane Minton5 years ago
Do antibacterial soaps really work by killing germs on our hands, the way the advertisers claim?I am not sure. All the smells and colors make me wonder.
by dashingscorpio12 months ago
Do you still purchase bars of soap for your household?Recently it was reported the (bar of soap) may become a thing of the past. For many generations in the U.S. (families shared a bar of soap) for taking showers and...
by tnvrstar4 years ago
Why can't I get rid of H. pylori even after 3 heavy antibiotic course along with PPI/antacid?I have been trying to treat H. Pylori for the past 6 months. My doctor said he has given me the best therapy (quadruple...
by suncat2 years ago
hubpages.com/question/114075/have-you-ever-had-to-treat-staph-infection-any-natural-remedies-what-worksI asked a question there, but you can only answer a question once. So i'm posting this here now.
by Earl S. Wynn7 years ago
Can the super bug problem be at all attributed to users of antibacterial soap?
by Linda Liebrand6 years ago
What are some natural 'antibiotics'?What are some natural remedies that have antibacterial properties similar to antibiotics? Have they been proven to work?
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