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Before I started using this soap, I had all kind of issues with my skin. I'd tried half a dozen fancy soaps that are supposed to be good for your skin, as well as a bunch of other brands of regular non-antibacterial soap. Before I even finished the first bar of this stuff, my skin felt better than it has in years.
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Noice deal.
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Nice find, grabbed 2! Big Grin
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you couldn't pay me $100 to use this crap, this "antibacterial" soap kills your good bacteria too.

Look up the studies on pubmed on the use of "antibacterial" products.

Just a heads up, obviously if you already know this and use it you have a different opinion, best wishes
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Grab 3, thanks.
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you couldn't pay me $100 to use this crap, this "antibacterial" soap kills your good bacteria too.

Look up the studies on pubmed on the use of "antibacterial" products.

Just a heads up, obviously if you already know this and use it you have a different opinion, best wishes
Before I started using this soap, I had all kind of issues with my skin. I'd tried half a dozen fancy soaps that are supposed to be good for your skin, as well as a bunch of other brands of regular non-antibacterial soap. Before I even finished the first bar of this stuff, my skin felt better than it has in years.
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Same here... Love the Gold Dials
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you couldn't pay me $100 to use this crap, this "antibacterial" soap kills your good bacteria too.

Look up the studies on pubmed on the use of "antibacterial" products.

Just a heads up, obviously if you already know this and use it you have a different opinion, best wishes
The main purpose for soap is to wash away bacteria.

On the other hand, tell me what good bacteria should exist on your hand.
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you couldn't pay me $100 to use this crap, this "antibacterial" soap kills your good bacteria too.

Look up the studies on pubmed on the use of "antibacterial" products.

Just a heads up, obviously if you already know this and use it you have a different opinion, best wishes
You must be the type that uses nothing but those $10 handmade essential oil soaps. I've used many different types and it's really not that big of a difference from my experience, so I took the bait on the deal.
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Good deal
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In for one, thanks!
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Just in time for the coronavirus, thanks op
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$2 off the everyday amazon price of $4.

To answer a previous question: normal skin bacteria colonize your skin and crowd out harmful bacteria. These bacteria are not eradicated by using antibacterial soap, otherwise the incidence of severe skin infections would be dramatically higher than it is, people would die, and it would be removed from the market permanently.

This particular soap is one of the most mild soaps for people with sensitive skin. It doesn't have a ton of additives, fragrances, oils, etc
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