Tea Tree Therapy™ Liquid Soap;
Daily Face Wash; Dermalogica® ;
Dial® Liquid hand soap and body wash;
CVS Antibacterial Soap,
Ajax Antibacterial Dishsoap,
Antibacterial Lotion Soap;
Ultra Concentrated Dawn Antibacterial Dishsoap,
Skin Purifying Wipes,
Kimcare Antibacterial Clear Soap,
Groups like Beyond Pesticides and Environmental Working Group (EWG are only some of the numerous that have tried to warn people of the detrimental effects of triclosan.
They attempt to reveal the fact that it is an endocrine-disturbing synthetic (EDC) ingredient, so they have even signed petitions to the FDA to ban its use in the production of soaps, as well as other cosmetic products.
This pressure has made numerous manufacturers avoid triclosan in the production of their products.
Yet, numerous products that we use daily still contain this dangerous chemical, and here is a list of some of them, as well as the ones which include triclocarban:
Oral Care Products: Reach®; Antibacterial Toothbrush, Colgate Total®; Breeze™ Daily Mouthwash;
Cosmetics Products: Mavala Lip Base; Movate® Skin Listening Cream HQ; Phytomer Perfect Visage Gentle Cleansing Milk, Garden Botanika® Powder Foundation; Revlon ColorStay LipSHINE Lipcolor Plus Gloss, Paul Mitchell Detangler Comb, Babor Volume Mascara, Phytomer Hydracontinue Instant Moisture Cream, Bath and Body Works Antibacterial Moisturizing Lotions.
First Aid Products: Healwell Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint, Universal Cervical Collar with Microban, SyDERMA® Skin Protectant plus First Aid Antiseptic; Solarcaine® First Aid Medicated Spray; Nexcare™ First Aid, Skin Crack Care.