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hygiene hacks, second edition
Struggling with stinky feet? Two words to remember: dry and clean. Keeping feet dry + clean helps prevent bacteria that cause stink!
Sunscreen is NOT a one-time thing! Make sure when you’re out in the sun you reapply every two hours. Learn more here.
There are a lot of factors to consider when choosing your sunscreen. Narrow the field by making sure to only choose sunscreens that protect against both UVA and UVB rays.
Everyone’s best friend during Corona has been hand sanitizer. Make sure you choose the right one by going for gels instead of sprays and using sanitizer with at least a 60% alcohol content.
If you’re looking in the mirror and are about to pop that pimple...STOP! Before popping any pimples take a hot shower or use a hot washcloth to bring pimples to the surface and make sure your hands are clean! Learn more here.
If you’re popping a pustule or whitehead be sure to get all of the puss out, otherwise you may give yourself more acne to deal with.
Moisture is bacteria’s best friend. To keep your loofahs, brushes, retainer cases, etc. free from germs or mold make sure to keep them dry + clean!
You can get acne anywhere! Common areas aside from the face are the back + chest.
Wearing cotton clothing lets your skin breathe and doesn’t trap sweat, which helps prevent body acne.
Toner is a super important part of a good skincare routine. It helps to bring your skin to its natural pH level + will stop your face from overproducing oil.
A good spot treatment for pimples? Tea tree oil! It acts as a natural disinfectant to dry out pimples.
There are no foods that are proven to make you break out, but a diet rich in fruits, veggies, fish + nuts gives you the building blocks for healthy skin.
If you are experiencing bad acne it could be the sign of a food intolerance to something like dairy. Consult your doctor or try cutting certain food groups out of your diet to see if your skin clears up.
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