Bad hygiene habits you didn’t know you had
Washing our hands is important to keep us healthy and to reduce the spread of illness. Remember to wash your hands often, especially when in touch with potentially unsanitary surfaces.
Your scalp produces natural oils that are important for healthy and shiny hair, and when you shampoo it gets rid of dirt and excess oil.
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Cleaning out excess earwax may seem like a good idea, but it often does more harm than good.
Sharing razors is a terrible idea, as it can spread skin infections like staph, and in worst case scenarios it can transmit viruses like hepatitis and HIV.
Not caring properly for eyelash extensions
There are varying degrees of toxicity when the glues get into the eye, and it can lead to vision impairment or inflammation of the cornea.
Sleeping with your contact lenses can cause eye irritation. But in worst case scenarios it can lead to a corneal abrasion or infection.
Never washing your hair
Neglecting to wash your hair is really bad, too. Not only will the scalp start to smell, bacteria will eventually clog your hair follicles, which can lead to an infection.
Inadequate tooth brushing
It's easy to be sloppy when it comes to brushing your teeth, especially early in the morning when you're half asleep.
It can be tempting to take your phone to the toilet and scroll on social media, but cell phones pick up lots of germs, which you will later bring to other areas (including your face).