Think of it this way; if you wash your hands wearing rubber gloves, it is easy to be careless about the type of cleaners used, since your skin is not exposed to them. A number of unhealthy cleaning products could be used for a while, at least until the rubber gloves wore out and had to be replaced, much like re-sanding a wood floor finished with a film building coat such as lacquer/urethane.
But what if you wash your uncovered hands because you did not like the look or feel of rubber gloves? Suddenly, it becomes very important to use cleaners that will not harm your skin. Preferably, they should not only clean, but also protect your skin to prevent it from drying out and cracking. Most of us also add lotion or moisturizer when our skin feels dry in order to protect it. This is what WOCA Natural Soap does to oiled wood floors!