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There may be some benefit in using anti-bacterial soaps in more clinical settings where people already have compromised immune systems, but most of the research points to there being no real benefits to using anti bacterial soaps. Soap works by reducing the surface tension of the oils and dirt on skin, allowing them to be washed away with water. All soaps ...


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The first ingredient is water; the second ingredient is a detergent (milder than SLS). The next ingredients are Shea Butter and sunflower seed oil (good for the skin), then a humectant (attracts moisture from the air to the skin), then another surfactant/detergent - very, very mild, then a thickener/foam enhancer (people don't like to wash up with stuff that ...


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Ingredients listed on the product from the photo: White soft paraffin (known as petroleum jelly) and cetostearyl alcohol are occlusive agents that decrease water loss through the skin, so they act as moisturizers (Table 4, PubMed). Sodium lauryl sulfate is a detergent (a surfactant), so it acts as a soap. Water and soap do not remove paraffin, so the ...


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It seems that SAStid contains salicylic acid. Salicylic acid a keratolytic: it helps to peel the outer layers of the thick skin (1). As so it is helpful in the treatment of warts and psoriasis (2). With eczema there is no skin thickening or dandruff. So I see no real benefits with that soap. It is obvious that when the outermost layer of your skin is ...


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You need a molecule that disrupts the lipid layer of the virus to expose its RNA, and deactivate it. Until the manufacturer of QV Wash can confirm that it is capable of inactivating viruses, in particular the sars2-ncov-19 virus, then you should assume it won't work. When you wash your hands with soap and water, you surround any microorganisms on your skin ...


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TLDR: They're both equally effective. Technically, liquid soap is "cleaner" than bar soap unless the soap container is usually refilled. In more detail: From my understanding, any soap is effective at destroying viruses because it literally shreds apart the coating of the virus, obliterating it in the process. This is due to the nature of the soap being ...


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Yes avoid getting too much water inside your ears I would recommend against using ear buds they do more harm than any good. Stop poking inside your ear Regarding your existing condition please go see an ENT specialist


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