Blog 2017-08-10 18:51:08 aogrand 554Nowadays, hand soap has replaced the use of soap, which has become an essential cleaning product in many families. But you know what? When choosing and using hand soap for kids, it is also certain to be very cultured, otherwise it will wash the hands dirty.
Hand soap containing triclosan, scientific name "two chlorobenzene oxygen chlorophenol", is a kind of efficient broad-spectrum antibacterial agent, can effectively inhibit escherichia coli, staphylococcus aureus and candida albicans harmful bacteria, such as to gram-positive bacterium and negative bacteria, yeasts and viruses have kill and inhibition, at the same time, beneficial bacteria can protect baby can greatly reduce the chances of infection.
Tips：The U.S. food and drug administration (FDA) says triclosan is a fairly safe substance that is very toxic and does not pose a threat or cause cancer to human health. In addition to hand soap, triclosan has been used in many commonly used Japanese products, such as soap, toothpaste and medicine.
Hand sanitizer is generally free of phosphorus, aluminum, alkali, alkyl benzene sulfonate, etc., it adopts the principle of gentle decontamination, and it is a special product that decontamination and antibacterial, which is easily accepted by baby's skin.
In addition, compared to soap, hand wash and hand contact surface is usually only in the bottle body pump head, not easy to be repeated contact, avoid the possibility of cross infection.
Many parents use hand soaps to control the amount of water they use, often by pressing several drops at one time, which can make the baby's hands dirty. This "dirty" comes from the chemicals in hand soaps that remain in the hands.
The formula for hand soap is mostly alkaline and contains surfactant. If you squeeze too much and can't be cleaned in a short time, these substances are easy to stay in your hands, so parents must control the amount of hand soap when they wash their hands.
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