Bar soap is more efficient and durable than liquid soap, but actually is more solid soap store germs. Even so, the bacteria contained in the soap bars are not always going to cause pain or skin infection.
However, those who have a problem with the immune system should be aware of germs in the soap bar. They also suggested using liquid soap.
According to Elaine L.Larson, professor of epidemiology at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, the bacteria is preferred to stay in the soap bar. But there is an easy way to get rid of the bacteria.
Larson advised to rinse the soap bars under running water before use for soaping body. In addition, keep the soap bar away from the water so that the soap had to dry before reuse. This will eliminate the moist environment which is a favorite place of germs.
If you share a bar of soap with other family members, do not worry because you and the family is likely to have the same skin microorganisms.
Avoid using soap bars in public places, such as toilets or restaurant. If there is no other choice, rinse the soap before use.