Although it may seem cute to share everything you have with your partner and family members, experts warn that it is not good for your health. Here’s why!
Sharing soap increases the risk of infections caused by methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). A smarter solution is to buy liquid soap, with it there is no such risk.
It is true that deodorants block unpleasant odors, but do not forget that they do not have antibacterial properties. If you share your roll-on that you use to kill unpleasant underarm odors, you can easily transfer bacteria that has lingered on the product.
It is neither convenient for you to depilate your legs and intimate area with the razor that your partner uses to shave his face, nor is the situation hygienically reversed. If you share a razor with someone, you run the risk of getting or passing on bacterial and fungal infections.
One for the body, another for the face, the third for the legs… As many towels as you need, provide them and do not let others use them at any cost. Also, don’t use other people’s towels either, because you can “catch” various infections.
Sharing a toothbrush with your partner may seem romantic and intimate at first glance. But keep in mind that doing so risks a bacterial infection.
- Nail clipper
One of the worst things that can happen to you is to get nail fungus. Treatment is long-term and laborious. So keep your nail snack to yourself.
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