The food and Drug Administration has announced that some antibacterial soaps sold in US, Africa and Europe are not safe for human use.
Dr. Ben Obwot, a dermatologist at Benedict medical centre in Kampala says some medicated soap from US and other countries contains dosage not good in anticipating bacteria.
The US food and Drug Administration says there is no prove that medicated soap sold on US market and world markets is safe for human use. It says that sellers and manufacturers of medicated soap have a duty to prove that their soaps are safe for human use.
The US drug administration challenges producers of medicated soap to further prove that their soap is better than ordinary soaps in preventing illiness.