Antibacterial Handwash Soaps Are Ripping You Off

There have been reports in the past suggesting antibacterial soaps or handwash are not really more effective in killing germs s germicidal soaps do.

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In fact, scientists and medical experts worry that these so called germ-killing liquid soaps could even worsen the harmful effects of bacteria in the long run as germs mutate and become immune to the soap.

Now, a new study confirms that these hand soaps are not really special and don’t provide extra germ killing benefit for the user.

Now experts call on manufacturers to stop marketing such products in such a way that will confuse consumers.

Exaggeration in advertising is the main concern of netizens.

One netizen says products like Safeguard should be examined by experts and government agency.

Link to more news about triclosan

http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/sep/16/antibacterial-soap-with-triclosan-found-to-be-no-real-threat-to-germs

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