Organic Bar Soap Hand-Wash Protects from COVID-19, Claims Noted Brand

The coronavirus pandemic has already claimed thousands of lives and forced the world into an unprecedented state of lockdown. Soap.Club recommends handwashing with an organic bar soap as the best protection against coronavirus.

Vaughan, Ontario, Canada - April 7, 2020 —

Global coronavirus cases have now surpassed 1 million as the pandemic explodes in the United States and the rest of the world. Roughly 90% of the U.S. population is now under stay-at-home orders, which have been imposed by most states. At a time when the entire world is engaged in an uphill task of containing the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19), popular handmade soap brand, Soap.Club, suggests frequent hand washing using organic bar soap to keep COVID-19 at bay.

“Handwashing throughout the day is important, but even more important during an outbreak. Always remember to wash your hands after returning from a public outing, before leaving the bathroom, before eating food, after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing, and after using public computers, touching public tables and countertops, cash and coins, other people’s phones, etc.,” said Connie Farrar, the senior spokesperson for Soap.Club.

Handwashing has been recommended by all experts as the number one tip for preventing the spread of COVID-19. It’s common sense and it works. However, according to Soap.Club, it must be done properly and with a natural soap and water. When soap and water are not available, the next best option is to use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

Proper handwashing not only reduces the spread of COVID-19; it can prevent the spread of other viral illnesses such as cold and flu. It also reduces the risk of getting other easily-spread infections, such as norovirus and rotavirus.

Soap.Club is a familiar name in the beauty and wellness market, known for its premium-quality handmade artisan soaps. The company’s product range is packed with vitamin-rich, moisturizing products manufactured using the purest natural and organic ingredients. The products from Soap.Club are safe for all because they don’t contain artificial colors, preservatives, harsh chemicals, detergents, or parabens. To enhance the skin nourishing properties of its products, all soaps from Soap.Club are manufactured by the cold-press method.

To find out more about Soap.Club and its hand soap bars, please visit the company’s official website or Amazon storefront.

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