FDA Bans Triclosan
Triclosan does not make your hand-wash liquid more effective, says CV study
Certainly,it seems true enough that there's a good deal of irony in the world...Imean,if you live in a world full of politicians and advertising,there's obviously a lot of deception. ~KennethKoch
Mostly what happens is that we believe what communication mediums are writing and telling us. However, the content that we see is primarily what advertisers want. The mediums just advertise indicators to influence us, our everyday consumption behaviour and our buying choices. And to continue to be in business, the advertisers keep introducing us to something that is apparently new, better, or advanced, or is an upgraded version of some product that we have been using. They ask us to change, replace, update, upgrade... They convince us into buying.
It happened with hand-washing soaps. Do you remember the time when you replaced a soap bar with liquid hand wash next to your washbasin? At some point, there was so much positive information about the advantages of using liquid soaps that could kill 99.99 per cent germs, microbes, viruses... (All that’s written on the front label or is shown in their ads) that you did not mind getting one for home. Soon it became a necessity, a habit. Everyone has been using it and it does not look or feel harmful. There are many brands making almost the same thing.