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  1. Remedy Olivamine Foaming Antimicrobial Cleanser (No Rinse Soap), Citrus/Vanilla Scent
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    Remedy Olivamine Antimicrobial Skin Cleanser 4oz 1Ct
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Liquid Hand Soap, Bar Soap and Body Wash from Medline atHome

Proper handwashing – with soap and water for 20 seconds or roughly the amount of time it takes you to sing the ABCs or hum “Happy Birthday” twice – has never been more important. That’s because proper handwashing is one of the easiest and most effective ways to help stop the spread of germs and viruses like COVID-19. It also helps reduce the spread of infections. Now you and your family can use the same Medline liquid hand soaps, bar soaps, beauty bars and no-rinse body washes that we created for hospital and healthcare use.

Want to learn more about this health and wellness essential? Below we come clean with answers to some commonly asked questions about soap.

Does hand soap kill germs?
Soap and water don’t actually kill germs. Instead, soap and water work together to break up and physically destroy and remove germs, bacteria and viruses from your hands.

Medline bestseller: Medline Moisturizing Lotion Hand Soap with Aloe Vera HHSP16H

Are antibacterial soaps better?
Antibacterial hand soaps have active antimicrobial ingredients added to kill bad bacteria. However, studies have not shown any added health benefit from washing your hands with antibacterial soaps. In short, both regular and antibacterial soaps are equally effective at getting rid of germs. The CDC goes a step further and says regular hand soap is all you need.

Those with special medical conditions and moms who recently gave birth may want to consider the benefits of an antimicrobial cleanser. Medline Remedy Olivamine Antimicrobial Skin Cleanser is a non-allergenic, hospital-grade targeted cleanser made especially for those who need gentle yet effective perineal or peristomal cleaning. Its no-rinse formulation cleans, helps reduce odors and conditions the skin without stripping it of its natural oils.

What soap is best for sensitive skin?
Dry, sensitive skin needs to be treated gently so you should look for mild hand soap, beauty bars and liquid face washes that help keep the skin barrier intact. Botanical ingredients often have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and skin conditioning properties. It’s also a good idea to avoid parabens, sulfates, phthalates, alcohol and fragrance.

Castile soap – a gentle, multipurpose cleanser made from coconut oil that can be used on your body and face – is growing in popularity. Castile soap concentrate is designed to be diluted in water so a little goes a long way.

Medline bestseller: Castile Soap Concentrate Packet MDS001005Z

Are no-rinse cleansers good?
No-rinse cleansers are becoming increasingly popular in the beauty market. Healthcare however, has long known about the benefits of no-rinse cleansers. No-rinse cleansers are extremely helpful for those who can’t make it to the shower, those who are bedridden, incontinence care, and those with sensitive skin. They’re also great for travel and on-the-go use when you don’t have access to a shower. Look for gentle formulations that wipe off easily or air dry. 

Medline bestseller: Remedy No-Rinse Cleansing Foam MSC09108H
Medline bestseller: Remedy Phytoplex No-Rinse Foam Cleanser MSC092104

Resources:
CDC, “Frequent Questions About Hand Hygiene”
Accessed on September 20, 2021

NCBI, “Practical Uses of Botanicals in Skin Care”
Accessed on September 20, 2021