This is a question that some of you may have about Gold Canyon's Homeology cleaners. Here's what I read in a recent issue of Health magazine:
"As the name implies, antibacterials - alcohol, bleach, and chemicals like triclosan and diazaborine - kill bacteria or suppress its growth. THE BUZZ: The overuse of some of the stronger antibacterial chemicals could possibly create superbug mutations and resistance to antibiotics, researchers say. THE BOTTOM LINE: If you're going to use an antibacterial on your hands, choose the kind with alcohol, which won't contribute to antibiotic resistance. Or try cleaners that contain antibacterial essential oils, like lavender, sweet orange, and tea tree."
Sounds like this may be the way to go . . .