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Dial Antibacterial Deodorant Soap, White, 4 oz. BARS, 10 Count (Pack of 3): $9.88 or less + FS

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Dial Antibacterial Deodorant Soap, White, 4 oz. BARS, 10 Count (Pack of 3) [amazon.com]

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Not a bad deal, but please do consider the effect of commercial antibacterials (triclosan and triclocarban) on bacteria resistance (superbugs)!

http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/C...378393.htm

http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/z8kccdm#zt622hv

Like, seriously. Worst case, UTIs become life-threatening and we can no longer raise enough livestock to feed everyone.
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Quote from sargsauce View Post :
Not a bad deal, but please do consider the effect of commercial antibacterials (triclosan and triclocarban) on bacteria resistance (superbugs)!

http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/C...378393.htm

http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/z8kccdm#zt622hv

Like, seriously. Worst case, UTIs become life-threatening and we can no longer raise enough livestock to feed everyone.
And the fact that this and other products like it are no longer allowed by law.
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Last edited by BladeD September 22, 2016 at 05:53 AM.
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And the fact that this and other products like it are no longer allow by law.
that's why i would recommend this:

https://www.amazon.com/Dr-Bronner...nners&th=1

i love this stuff.
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#5
all regular soap is antibacterial anyway. bacteria is surrounded by an oily membrane and regular soap breaks that down which kills the bacteria. anti bacterial soap has been a marketing gimmick since the very first bar was invented. just a money maker that sadly exposes bacteria to antibacterials which gives them a chance to become super bugs
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Triclosan and triclocarban are antibacterial chemicals commonly added to consumer products. In laboratory studies, they have been shown to disrupt hormones and can encourage the growth of drug-resistant bacteria or "superbugs."
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#7
Thumbs down for antibacterial soap garbage. Have never bought antibacterial soap in my life. Felt vindicated by the FDA's recent ruling.
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Triclosan and triclocarban are antibacterial chemicals commonly added to consumer products. In laboratory studies, they have been shown to disrupt hormones and can encourage the growth of drug-resistant bacteria or "superbugs."
This household has become aware and has not purchased any of this kind of product for about 2 years now. Just use a good soap and proper hand washing.
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#9
antibacterial soaps are banned by FDA!!!!

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp....oid-att-us
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#10
I use it all the time. I'm 39 and haven't been to a doctor for sickness since 1989.

The real problem are all of the Marys that run to the doctor every time they get the sniffles and demand antibiotics.

THOSE people are what caused the damage
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i stopped using this soap and started using dove men now .. i dont know its a right move or not.
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Quote from sargsauce View Post :
Not a bad deal, but please do consider the effect of commercial antibacterials (triclosan and triclocarban) on bacteria resistance (superbugs)!

http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/C...378393.htm

http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/z8kccdm#zt622hv

Like, seriously. Worst case, UTIs become life-threatening and we can no longer raise enough livestock to feed everyone.
Who cares? I don't eat that stuff. Haha.

Seriously though, we are running out of grazing space, we need to transition to a plant-based diet eventually to feed everyone.
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all regular soap is antibacterial anyway. bacteria is surrounded by an oily membrane and regular soap breaks that down which kills the bacteria. anti bacterial soap has been a marketing gimmick since the very first bar was invented. just a money maker that sadly exposes bacteria to antibacterials which gives them a chance to become super bugs
What about in hospitals? Would you be comfortable if your surgeon used regular old walmart soap?
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#14
Don't buy triclosan or any other antibacterial soap, especially if you're a guy. It'll wreck your testosterone levels: https://www.anabolicmen.com/tricl...tosterone/
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What about in hospitals? Would you be comfortable if your surgeon used regular old walmart soap?
yea it kills bacteria
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