There are personal items that for hygienic reasons are not recommended to share with other people. These are objects that come in contact with sensitive areas on the human body so they easily transmit bacteria.
1. Soap – there is a belief that soap self-disinfects and cleans. Scientists advise that each person has their own soap. The reason for this is the fact that bacteria can be transmitted through soap.
2. Hats (hats, caps, hats, helmets), brushes and a hair comb — these are items we put on our heads so we shouldn’t share them with other people. This includes bedding. It is important that each person has their own comb or bedding because it is healthy and hygienically correct.
3. Antiperspirant – prevents sweating and bad smell. However, this product does not contain ingredients that would “kill” potentially dangerous bacteria. This is why it is not advisable for people to share roll-on antiperspirants with other people. The underarm area is extremely sensitive.
4. Do not share nail accessories – nail polishes, small scissors, nail clippers and other nail manicure accessories with other people. On this accessory bacteria with elako collect and precipitate. Infections spread so quickly. Make nail accessories unique for each person.
5. Make-up powders, concealers, mascaras, eye shadows, lipsticks, blush, lip gloss and eye pencil should be for one person (user) only. These products are used for the face (eyes, lips, eyelashes, eyelids) whose skin is extremely sensitive.
6. Toothbrushes — also the rule of one toothbrush — belong to one person. Do not share a toothbrush with other people.
7. Earrings, headphones-ears are known to be a very sensitive organ of hearing. Potentially dangerous bacteria accumulate on earrings and headphones. You can easily prick yourself with earrings and pierce the skin to the blood – so bacteria are easily transmitted to other places. It is especially important that you have headphones that are placed directly in your ears just for yourself and do not share them with other people.