Soap for Skin Infections
Find out more about Skin infection, including symptoms, prevention tips & myths. With our soap, you can help protect your family from this infection.
11 Nov 2020
What is a Skin Infection?
Pain and discomfort.
Skin Infection Prevention tips
Be extra vigilant with hand-hygiene
Skin infections are highly contagious and thorough, regular, handwashing with a germ protecting soap for skin infections is vital to help stop the spread of germs and bacteria. Moreover, cleansing skin thoroughly can help to wash bacteria off of the skin, preventing infection and speeding up recovery if infected.
Sharing items with an infected person (cups, cutlery, towels, bedding etc.) could mean that you will soon share the infection too!
Eat your fruit and vegetables
Eat foods rich in vitamin C, D and E such as strawberries, pumpkin, olive oil and pomegranate for their super skin-cleansing, hydrating and antioxidant properties.
Healthy Hygiene Habits
Treat cuts quickly
Prompt treatment of cuts and abrasions can help prevent infection-causing germs from entering the wound in the first place.
Skin Infection Mythbusters
Eating certain foods can cause skin infections…
The food that you eat has virtually no effect on your skin’s capacity to be infected. And, no, greasy food doesn’t give you spots, either. However, take note that you can prevent infections and promote healthier, more beautiful skin by drinking lots of water, eating healthily and protecting your skin from the sun. An additional measure is washing your hands with an antibacterial soap to help prevent skin infections.
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