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Pretty slick price per bar! $9.04 after 5% off S&S or $8.09 with 15% off (before tax). Previous price has hovered ~$15. > Now $9.52 (S&S NLA)

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OK. I was intentionally keeping my mouth shut because I didn't want to contaminate this deal thread with a debate, but I feel like I need to chime in as a medical professional. Yes, it's true that noobie107 quoted a wrong article; however, what you said has no scientific base either, ElatedWalrus2609. Also, it is not as meaningful to say whether or not antibacterial soap is bad or not because antibacterial soap can mean different things. Instead, we need to base our discussion on the actual ingredient in a given soap. In this case, it is Benzalkonium Chloride, which ironically is NOT an antibiotic (who would have thought the active ingredient of an antibacterial soap is not antibiotic, right?). Benzalkonium Chloride is a different class of biocides than antibiotics. However, it can still present with similar concerns. For this specific chemical compound, it is true that it can promote antibiotic resistance in bacteria. Now, should you buy this soap or not? To be honest, I don't know how much difference it would make because Benzalkonium Chloride is very widely used everywhere in the world. At the end of the day, do what you feel comfortable. There is no point in judging or attacking each other. Even scientists have different theories and arguments over its use. This is a deal site, so let's stick to the deal and play nice with each other. If you want to verify facts, follow this link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29959242

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It's soap. You clean yourself with it. And ya'll are... debating? Come on.
Life is as complicated as you make it.
It's soap. Buy it, or don't. Move on.
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I may hate myself later for replying to this but...
Antibacterial soap has absolutely no bearing on this NIH quote. Antibiotics in this instance is referring to prescribed medical antibiotics either administered orally or injected to humans and their use in raising of livestock . Antibiotic soaps may even reduce the spread of these drug-resistant bacteria by denying them a vector.
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In for 1....thanks...
I had already bought the 16 bars of white dial for $4.50 (.28/bar) but this spring fresh is my favorite and comes to .30/bar. I'll pay 2 cents more to smell the way I want to. Wink
Cancelled the white bars.
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Wish it was the regular bar
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Thanks. More then a dollar cheaper then when i bought it in May. I will be stocked up for life.
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Repped, Thanks OP.
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the previous 4.09 for 16 soap bars was actually a better deal compare to this...
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Are you a idiot or just pretending to be one. You sure would not make it as a comedian.
he's not wrong. liberal application of antibiotics is driving selection of multidrug resistant bacteria
Quote from Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) :
Antimicrobial resistance is recognized as one of the greatest threats to human health worldwide [1]. Drug-resistant infections take a staggering toll in the United States (US) and across the globe. Just one organism, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), kills more Americans every year (∼19,000) than emphysema, HIV/AIDS, Parkinson's disease, and homicide combined [2].
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/...MC3738230/
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IF you have a sams club membership it is a little bit cheaper than this deal on amazon
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he's not wrong. liberal application of antibiotics is driving selection of multidrug resistant bacteria

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/...MC3738230/ [nih.gov]
I may hate myself later for replying to this but...
Antibacterial soap has absolutely no bearing on this NIH quote. Antibiotics in this instance is referring to prescribed medical antibiotics either administered orally or injected to humans and their use in raising of livestock . Antibiotic soaps may even reduce the spread of these drug-resistant bacteria by denying them a vector.
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Stock up for SHTF. Most deaths in time of crisis are due to infections. Dr Bronner soap for everyday othersise.
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I may hate myself later for replying to this but...
Antibacterial soap has absolutely no bearing on this NIH quote. Antibiotics in this instance is referring to prescribed medical antibiotics either administered orally or injected to humans and their use in raising of livestock . Antibiotic soaps may even reduce the spread of these drug-resistant bacteria by denying them a vector.
perhaps this will change your stance on the matter?

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/...MC1121900/
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he's not wrong. liberal application of antibiotics is driving selection of multidrug resistant bacteria

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/...MC3738230/ [nih.gov]
The Soap deals are bringing out the anti-hygiene crowd lol
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