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A study showed that the frequency of handwashing with mild soap appears to increase the risk of skin dryness, but the frequency of disinfection with an ABHR is not associated with increased hand dryness. The type of soap and ABHR used were also significantly correlated to skin dryness.1

1. Chamorey E. et al. (2011) A prospective multicenter study evaluating skin tolerance to standard hand hygiene techniques. AM J Infection Control 2011:39:6-13.

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