Have I lost it? Maybe. But most soaps on the market have harmful ingredients that cause hormone disruptions (infertility & thyroid problems), skin problems (eczema) and the big C, cancer. Ingredients to avoid like the plague: Phthalates, (also known as parfum/fragrance on ingredient lists), Sodium laureth sulfates (or Sodium Lauryl sulfates), paraben of any kind, phenoxyethanol and anything antibacterial. Those are a few of the more serious offenders. If you check out ingredient listings, you'll probably find some, if not all of these in your everyday products, even supposedly green products.
One of the changes I've made is with our liquid hand soap. My boys and I spent the morning with a girlfriend of mine who knows a lot more than I do about health. She showed me how to be healthy and economical at the same time. So, I took her advice and went out and bought myself a glass foaming soap dispenser (not plastic, which has phthalates) at Home Outfitters ($20). Then I went to Eat It and bought Dr. Bronner's organic liquid soap (about $11). It seemed expensive for our budget, but with the foaming dispenser, it has lasted my girlfriend about a year. Not so expensive after all! And so, I have peace of mind that when I wash my sons hands for the millionth time in the day that I'm doing well by them.
Foaming dispenser: 20% soap, 60% water, 20% air