Having a healthy lifestyle is something we should all yearn to have because hygiene is everything in a human being. Without a good sense of it, you’re likely to scare people off you and endanger your health.
Now, when you talk about this people usually think about the male folks, because it’s believed women are cleaner, however that’s just a misconception.
It is in that faith that we highlight some body parts we should avoid over-washing:
In case you did not know, the earwax is responsible for keeping your ears clean, collecting and dragging the remains of dust and impurities that enter inside to take them out.
Therefore, if you remove this protective film too often, you leave the external ear channel unprotected. If you use a cotton swab on top, you push the wax inwards and favour the appearance of plugs.
Washing your hair daily eliminates natural fat thus making it drier and less shiny. In this case, the frequency of washing will depend on the type of hair of each person.
Unless you have a stuffy nose, it is best not to clean it excessively. Bowing your nose out loud can often cause problems such as rhinitis or otitis, and picking your finger (even using a handkerchief) can irritate the inside of your nose and cause wounds in the nostrils.
One thing is to wash the genitals in the daily shower, a recommended and beneficial practice, and another is the vaginal showers, which can endanger your health.
Experts point out that they unbalance the balance of bacteria in the vagina, they can alter the acidity of the great tract and increase the risk of infections.
The heel is a padded cushion of fatty tissue that holds its shape despite the pressure of body weight and movement. Some problems resulted with the feet are corns and calluses. They are thick, hard patches of skin found on your feet. If you have them, you may notice pain when you walk or wear shoes.
While not properly done, overwashing and leaving some water on your feet will result to infections.