What could be better than to take a long hot shower in the morning, when small streams of water swiftly roll down the sleepy body, awakening every cell. We all take a shower every day and we think we are doing this absolutely right.
However, in fact, this is not entirely true. Unfortunately, not all pleasant moments in life benefit our body. No, we aren’t saying that showering is bad, but long showers with the use of hot water adversely affects the condition of our skin.
How is it necessary to wash, so that the daily ritual would only benefit the skin? In fact, there are some rules. By observing these nuances when washing and taking care of your skin after taking a shower or a bath, you will soon feel that your skin has a new life.
#1. You should not scrub your scalp with your fingernails. This can bring more harm than good.
#2. There is no moisturizer in your soap. Such soap can over dry your skin. It is better to use cream soaps and gels.
#3. Your shower is too hot and too long. This also can lead to over dryness of your skin and wash away some useful elements from your skin.
#4. You do not condition your scalp. While applying moisturizer to your hair, you should not forget about your scalp. It needs additional moisturizing.
#5. You scrub your body during washing. Too aggressive means can be very harmful for your body.
#6. Your razor has too many blades. You may think that these razors are better, but they can cut your skin.
#7. You do not rinse well enough. You should rinse your hair well and try not to let shampoo run down your back.
#8. You wait to apply lotion. The best way to apply a lotion is when your skin is a little wet. Do not wait until it becomes completely dry.
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The BetterMe Team wants you and those close to you to live a healthy, happy life! Your health is a valuable thing; look after your body and your mind so that you can live your life to the fullest – Remember you only get one!
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