Is Meyer’s hand sanitizer antibacterial?
Meyer's Clean Day Hand Sanitizers are specifically made to clean and freshen hands when soap or water is nowhere near. Meyer’s hand sanitizer is antibacterial. Whenever your hands feel like they could use a quick cleanup on the go, give them a couple of refreshing spritzes of this antibacterial gel to remove up to 99.9% of bacteria on skin.
Some antibacterial products promise to kill 99.9 percent of germs. But is that really a good thing?
Most regular liquid hand and body soaps contain chemicals, such as alcohol or chlorine, that can kill bacteria. Soaps that are labeled "antibacterial " contain additional bacteria-killing chemicals such as triclosan or triclocarban.
However, the effectiveness and consequences of using soaps that contain triclosan have been disputed as researchers. It turns out, triclosan may not be needed to get rid of bacteria on the skin.
"Very thorough hand-washing washing vigorously and between the fingers is the most effective way to get rid of bacteria and debris," said Dr. Peter N. Wenger, an associate professor in the departments of Preventive Medicine and Community Health and Pediatrics at the University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey.
Vegetable-based bar soap cleans and freshens your hands and body. Milled three times to make its lather rich and creamy - perfect for the bath, shower, and sink! Garden-fresh honeysuckle bar soap has a tempting sweet scent – a charming mix of flowers and fruits. Thoughtfully chosen ingredients with no formaldehyde, phthalates, or artificial colors. Mrs. Meyer's produces cruelty free bar soaps.Where to buy:
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