Access to basic hygiene products, including soap, is a significant concern for incarcerated individuals, both men and women. According to a 2018 report by the Prison Policy Initiative, more than half of incarcerated men and more than two-thirds of incarcerated women reported that they did not have access to sufficient hygiene products. The lack of soap and other personal hygiene items can lead to a range of health issues, including skin infections, body odor, and oral health problems. Inadequate hygiene supplies can also have a negative impact on mental health and self-esteem. Advocacy groups have called for better access to basic hygiene products for incarcerated individuals as a matter of human rights and public health.
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