Triclosan + triclocarban are antibacterial and antifungal chemicals.
Triclosan + triclocarban found in consumer and personal care products such as toothpaste, soaps, detergents, etc. The use of triclosan + triclocarban have been linked to abnormal endocrine system/thyroid hormone signaling and environmental persistence. Exposing children to these ingredients increases the chance of developing allergies, asthma, and eczema.
Both triclosan + triclocarban were banned from soaps and body washes in the United States in 2016, however they can still be found in other personal care products.
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