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Anti-Bacterial soap is usually our soaps when we take a bath and cleaning our hands. They intent in reducing or preventing bacterial infection. But did you know what this soap contain? This anti-bacterial soap contain triclosan. Triclosan can be found in many places today. It has been added to many consumer products to prevent bacterial contamination. Because of that, people’s long-term exposure to triclosan is higher than previously thought, raising concerns about the potential risks associated with the use of this ingredient over a lifetime.
In addition, laboratory studies have raised the possibility that triclosan contributes to making bacteria resistant to antibiotics. Some data shows this resistance may have a significant impact on the effectiveness of medical treatments, such as antibiotics.
The EPA regulates the use of triclosan as a pesticide, and is in the process of updating its assessment of the effects of triclosan when it is used in pesticides. The FDA’s focus is on the effects of triclosan when it is used by consumers on a regular basis in hand soaps and body washes. By sharing information, the two agencies will be better able to measure the exposure and effects of triclosan and how these different uses of triclosan may affect human health
And probably hear the line it kills 99% of germs and why is this 1% staying? Probably this 1% bacteria is super strong making another generation of bacteria which is stronger than the previous one. Okay that was naughty bacteria.
I know there is one reason why are we still using it. Because we are scared to have germs. So what should we do now? Wash your hands with plain soap and water. That’s still one of the most important steps you can take to avoid getting sick and to prevent spreading germs. And of course avoid touching eye because it will irritate our eyes