Is your soap antibacterial?

Updated 5 months ago by Squatcher Watcher

Great question! While our soaps are not formulated to be antibacterial, research shows that normal soap (like our cold-processed, all-natural soap) is as effective as antibacterial soap in preventing infectious illness and keeping good hygiene.

Most soaps that are branded as antibacterial contain triclosan, an ingredient found in a variety of body soaps, cleaning products, and toothpastes. Triclosan is thought to be a likely contributor to the development of antibacterial and antibiotic resistance, as well as damaging to the environment!

If you’re looking to stay clean, stick with normal soap!

Sources:

http://blog.drsquatch.com/germ-protection-soap/

http://blog.drsquatch.com/triclosan-soap-trends/

http://blog.drsquatch.com/is-antibacterial-soap-bad-for-you-and-the-environment/


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