How does antibacterial soap work?
When used correctly, all soaps will remove 99% of germs during washing. The difference between ordinary soap and antibacterial soap is that antibacterial soap continues working after you wash, because a very small amount of the antibacterial ingredient stays on your skin after rinsing, which helps slow down the natural growth pattern of the germs.2
Whether you're scrubbing your hands with a bar soap, or showering with a liquid body wash, antibacterial soaps can help protect you and your family against illness, infection, body odor, and more.
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