Is antibacterial soap a do or a don't?

By Mayo Clinic Staff

Antibacterial soaps, such as those containing triclosan, are no more effective at killing germs than is regular soap. Using antibacterial soap might even lead to the development of bacteria that are resistant to the product's antimicrobial agents — making it harder to kill these germs in the future.

Jan. 10, 2018 See more In-depth