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What is Antibacterial Body Soap and How to Make it

Have you ever thought about what is in your antibacterial body soap? If you have, then it’s probably because of all the warnings that are out there. Antibacterial soaps have been shown to kill healthy bacteria and increase antibiotic resistance on our skin. This blog post will teach you how to make a more natural, chemical-free version of antibacterial body soap!

Are antibacterial body washes good for the skin?

Recent studies have shown that antibacterial soaps are not good for the skin as they contain harmful chemicals. These products often make people feel like their hands and body are clean. Still, in reality, these products actually leave a residue on your skin, leading to health problems, including an increased risk of irritation or allergic reactions.

Newer research has found that it is best to keep washing with regular soap because this will remove bacteria without leaving any behind; however, if you need something extra, try using alcohol-based hand sanitizers instead, which do more than just kill germs – they also moisturize dry fingers!

Is antibacterial soap necessary?

Antibacterial soap is not more effective than regular soap, and it can dry out the skin. So you are better off just using regular soap. You can make your own soap from glycerin and essential oils.

Natural Antibacterial Body Soap Recipe

Antibacterial body soap is much more popular than regular soaps, but it has its downsides. Antibacterials will kill common bacteria on the skin and in the environment, such as E Coli and Staphylococcus aureus. However, some studies have shown that chemicals like Triclosan sometimes irritate or even damage human cells leading to cancerous tumors developing. There are also articles discussing how antibacterial products may be creating “super-bacteria” by producing stronger strains of antibiotic-resistant bugs over time!

Still, many people choose antibacterial body soap versus “regular” body soaps. Many health experts agree that there really is no need to use either one; any type of soap will do the job of getting rid of bacteria. However, some studies show that antimicrobial agents are more effective than traditional cleaners at destroying most types of bacteria and viruses on a person’s skin or hands.

Making your own soap can be an easy and fun way to protect yourself from harmful bacteria without risking the negative effects of harsh chemicals found in manufactured soaps. To make this, use natural ingredients such as honey or neem oil, or tea tree oil that contain their own antimicrobial properties!

Here is a simple recipe for Tea Tree Oil Antibacterial Body Soap:

2 cups of glycerin soap base 
2 tablespoons of tea tree oil. 

Instructions: Begin by melting the glycerin soap base in a double boiler pot over medium heat. If you don’t have one, use another pot to hold boiling water and place your melted soap into that, so it doesn’t burn on high heat! The perfect temperature is medium heat, not too high, so the soap doesn’t become overly soft or beaded. 

Once the glycerin is melted, add the tea tree oil. Pour this mixture into molds of different shapes or sizes; we recommend using silicone cups as they are easy to pop out once cooled down enough! Let cool until just barely warm before taking them out-or else risk getting plastic stuck all over the mold (ew!).

It is that easy. Tea tree oil has more than just a deodorizing effect. This natural antibacterial agent is also effective against viruses, fungi, and yeasts, which makes it perfect for treating athlete’s foot as well as any other wounds that may result from cuts or scrapes on your feet or elsewhere in the body.

It’s not just tea tree oil that can fight bacteria. Neem and honey are also natural alternatives. Neem is used to treat serious skin problems like eczema and psoriasis, while honey has been shown to work as an effective antiseptic for wounds, cuts, insect bites, burns, or even the common cold!

Antibacterial body soap made with honey or Neem oil can condition your skin while keeping it protected. You can find out more online about the other ingredients you could use to make a safe, gentle product that will also be effective in preventing bacteria from growing on you and causing infections.

Does antibacterial soap expire

Antibacterial soap does not expire. It doesn’t expire; it offers no benefits over the products available from non-antibacterial soaps and, in some cases, can be harmful to both your health and the environment!

It’s best to make your own natural antibacterial soap, as it won’t harm your skin and could offer other benefits.

Can you use antibacterial soap on your face for acne?

You should not use antibacterial soap on your face because it can dry out the skin, which will make acne worse. It is best to use a gentle soap that does not strip your natural oils and moisture from your face as antibacterial products would do!

Your skin should not be dry and irritated after washing it. In fact, you might have to avoid the harsh soaps because they may strip your face of its natural oils, which can lead to a whole host of other problems that are worse than just being too parched for a day or two.

Most antibacterial soap is very strong – like dishwashing detergent- but this type will leave your skin feeling more dry and irritated rather than clean. So choose wisely when choosing what kind of soap you want in order to keep from having these irritating side effects!

One of the best ways to keep your skin looking its very best is to take care of it with a gentle cleanser, drink lots of water and use good skincare products. Look for Niacinamide creams or AHA chemical exfoliators/serums from brands like Luminositie that offer great options in both categories.

Does antibacterial soap kill fungus?

Antibacterial soap can be a powerful weapon against fungal infections in the early stages. The drying effect of the soap, which may sound counterintuitive for treating this condition, will help get rid of any moist areas that are breeding grounds and make your skin feel more comfortable in general. In fact, the soap’s antifungal effect can help get rid of the fungus more quickly and without using harsh chemicals or those that dry out our skin.

How do I make an antibacterial soap for athlete’s foot?

You can purchase an antibacterial soap from your local drug store, but it’s much easier to make! The easiest way is to purchase a bar of antibacterials soap and use it as you would a regular melt and pour soap. You can make this fresh each time you need a new batch which will keep it smelling fresh and clean! 

Mix together for 16 ounces (455g) of glycerin soap base. We prefer Dr. Bronner’s soap for this purpose because it is blended with organic coconut oil, which is an excellent moisturizer and also helps to condition hair. Add 12 ounces (340g) of distilled water to the glycerin soap base. A mason jar would be best, but a pint-size glass will do just fine. Add 30 drops of tea tree essential oil and 20 drops of lavender essential oil. Shake the mixture and transfer it to your mason jar or another container. You can store the soap in a cool dark place until you are ready to use it. After each use, shake the bottle well before returning it to its place in your medicine cabinet between uses.

In Conclusion

While there are risks associated with the use of antibacterial products, you can make your own at home that is much safer than the stuff in the store. There are many ways to go about making your own natural antibacterial soaps. The first step is to find a recipe that suits you, ingredients that are easy to find, and follow the instructions! It’s also important to make sure it is something you’re going to stick with- because if you don’t, it’s not going to work for very long.