For hands, liquid Aura with antiseptic. For the soul, in principle, you can alternate, rather from a feeling of nostalgia than from the principles of hygiene, some cometologists say that the liquid dries the skin too actively and, in principle, it is harmful to wash with soap. For household needs, liquid
It is advisable to use liquid antiseptic soaps for washing hands, as this removes up to 80-90% of microorganisms from the skin surface. When using bar soap, even with two washing of hands, no more than 60% is removed. This is scientific evidence. We add here the fact that the soap in a container with a dispenser is isolated from the user and gets on the surface of the hands without direct contact with the skin of a person. Thus, the sterility of the soap solution itself in the container is maintained and the likelihood of soap loss is reduced, therefore it is less necessary to change it.
Ophthalmologists say that liquid rinses off better and therefore it is they who need to wash their hands before taking the lenses. When I worked with picric acid, it washed off the lump better, the variety did not affect this. But picrinka is a rare contaminant of our hands :)
Choose liquid soap because The pH of the liquid soap is closest to the pH of the skin.
And irritation is unlikely. In this case, you still need to take into account the individual skin reaction to soap.
The tube of liquid soap is equipped with a pump and contact with the external environment is limited, and pathogenic microorganisms live well in the same bar soap.
Liquid soap is more hygienic, since the contact to the soap is closed directly by the dispenser package. After using bar soap, bacteria remain on it, but imagine if this soap was used by several dozen people a day. That is why, according to the norms, it is necessary to use liquid soap in public and public areas.
Yes, there is no difference, liquid soap is sodium lauryl sulfate and water, and ordinary soap is sodium stearate. The essence of soap is not in killing bacteria, but in washing them off the hands, both solid and liquid soap do an excellent job. Liquid is more convenient for public places, so as not to steal a block.