We all know that personal hygiene is very important, but there may be a few of those body parts that you often miss! So here is a final guide to a few of those that are difficult to clean. Over time, ear buds or Q tips have become an ear canal. But these tiny cotton clothes are actually dangerous to put inside your ear as they are too small to break your ear or cause infection! Instead, use a wet towel wrapped around your finger to gently clean the inside of your ear.
Always remember to clean the back of your ears! We are sure that you brush your teeth properly but did you know that the taste buds on your tongue can also absorb food and collect bacteria and be a major cause of bad breath? To make sure you clean it properly uses a soft toothbrush or tongue brush behind the toothbrush to scrub the outside of the face and clean any make-up. Whether you keep your nails short or long enough to be able to show off with some skin art, the skin under your nails is a breeding ground for soil and germs! The best way to clean yourself is to use a soft nail brush while in the shower or while washing your hands to wipe off this entire gunk in a second! The abdomen button is one of the most neglected body parts when it comes to personal hygiene, but did you know that research indicates that there may be up to 60 species of bacteria hiding there! To clean it, use a Q-tip soaked in a little soap and water and gently wipe over your abdomen to remove all impurities.
After that you can pass it on with a wet washcloth. Your gender is one of the most human-cantered regions when it comes to talking about personal hygiene. But it is definitely worth the effort! The interior is actually self-cleaning so there is no need to go in there with soap and bath. However, be sure to wash the outside with a mild, non-abrasive soap, especially if you are menstruating! It is also important to wipe from front to back after using the toilet so that you can keep pushing the bacteria away from your vagina without ever looking at it. Our feet collect a lot of dirt and dust from walking on the road. That’s why it’s incredibly important not just to wash your feet but to focus on the skin between your toes? If not cleaned properly these areas can form bacteria and could be the reason why your feet do not smell exactly like a bed of roses! Don’t forget to dry it properly after that, as excess moisture can cause infection again! We hope these hygiene tips feel clean from head to toe! Until next time stay tuned and stay Glairs.