antibacterial soap

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antibacterial soap

A bactericidal agent used to clean the skin–eg, Betadine, pHisoHex

antibacterial soap

A cleanser chemically altered to increase its ability to kill microorganisms.
See also: soap
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It's probably fair to say that anti-bacterial soap (claiming bactericidal activity of 99.
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A sure-fire way to get rid of smelly feet is to wash your feet with an anti-bacterial soap.
I suspect there are a lot of consumers who assume that by using an anti-bacterial soap product they are protecting themselves from illness, protecting their families,'' said Sandra Kweder, deputy director in the FDA's drug center.
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Simply put, washing your hands with anti-bacterial soap is the single most effective way to prevent the spread of infections, viruses and germs.
Wash your tootsies with a strong anti-bacterial soap and let 'em breathe by going barefoot whenever you're at home.
UT student leaders want to ban anti-bacterial soap, Austin American-Statesman
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The Dettol No Touch Hand Wash System automatically dollops anti-bacterial soap on to your palms when it senses your hands are under its nozzle.
It also suggests frequent washing of hands with anti-bacterial soap or sanitiser.
He added: "A lot of families already have anti-bacterial soap in the home.