Antibacterial soap vs virus
Antibacterial soap has been flying off the shelves since COVID-19 has become a pandemic, which means it is now a global concern. There is no vaccine or cure for the disease yet. So, the easiest way to combat the disease is simply to make do with practical stuff like social distancing and frequently cleaning your hands.
Simply washing your hands with soap and water will do the trick. It can prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, and other viruses. While antibacterial soap sounds superior, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is actually not utterly convinced about how great the product is. But as far as fighting the virus is concerned, normal soap can do just as well as antibacterial soap.
The issue raised by the government agency is the chemicals contained in the antibacterial soap. Among the questionable chemical ingredients in antibacterial soap is triclosan. There is concern whether people are being exposed to too much triclosan because this antifungal and antibacterial agent is present in a number of hygiene products as well as in home products like furniture, kitchenware and toys, among others. According to a study, triclosan increases a person’s tolerance to antibiotics. As a result, the efficacy of antibiotics is reduced among people overly exposed to triclosan.
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