Of course not ! ! Wash away!...BB Society in the Western World are becoming germaphobics!!! The manufacturers love to make the public paranoid. Want to sell a product ... either tell the public that it's good for them or instill the fear of God into them so they feel if they don't use the product they could be endangering themselves or their children. The manufacturers of certain products pick on usually mothers that want the best for their children. You should only have to wash your hands after: going to the washroom; handling food; after using some products such as sprays that may get on your hands and after going shopping or doing other errands. Other than that quit washing your hands so much. People are upset because they can't figure out why they have cracked hands and it's because the very manufacturer of the antibiotic soaps have made a product that strips the oils and GOOD bacteria from your skin! Even if you use a mild soap and wash you hands too much you can take all that good bacteria that fights germs right off your skin. Cracks in the hands are open wounds and more apt to become infected. Our skin is the largest organ of the body and it has a good bacteria on it. By showering, having too many baths and always washing one's hands (when it's not necessary) a person is stripping of the very bacteria on the skin that helps to keep us healthy. Most people don't stop and think rationally. When I was a kid I shared my ice cream cone with my dog; my brother ate dirt and worms (was very young) and we seldom washed our hands and gee, that was like 60 years ago and we're alive and breathing, rarely if every get a cold or the flu (and no, we don't take flu shots) because we believe in letting our own immune system grow stronger and do the work for us. We eat right, exercise, have good hygiene without over-doing the washing of hands. Flu shots may be necessary for people with different illness' or having chemo or radiation, but other than this, it's best to build up your own immune system. The only shots we had back in our day was for polio, chicken pox, etc. Don't be afraid to to look up information on flu shots (whether it's good or bad) or what shot your doctor may want to give you or your children. Knowledge is worth it's weight in gold! So, ease up on the washing of the hands. Be realistic. If you go to the gym then have a shower or at least wash your hands. Same applies to if you are out shopping, gardening, etc. Let your skin and immune system work for you!
No, but it is not clean to wear underwear more than once without washing it.
Edward, Scissor hands? From Twilight? What??
Detergent hands (aka dish pan hands) is not as common today as it was in the 1950-60s. Some people's skin is sensitive to dish detergents. Their hands would become rough, red, dry and itchy. It was a big thing in commercials once. Each new formulation would promise the housewife that she would not get "dish pan hands" or detergent hands IF she used this new soap. Dish washing gloves were also popular as they would protect the hands from the harsh detergents and hot water.
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It is most definitely 'germier' to Not wash your hands versus washing them. Our hands touch many, many things that can make us and others sick. Always wash your hands as often as you get the chance, preferably with soap and warm water.If you are in a circumstance where the only public restroom is very dirty, sometimes it may not make your hands cleaner to wash them in there unless you touch nothing after washing and drying your hands, even the faucet to turn the water off or the door knob on the way out (use a paper towel to turn off the faucet and to open the door). Carry hand sanitizer with you and even after washing your hands in the restroom and doing what you can to protect your clean hands from new contamination, use the sanitizer once you leave the dirty area and before you touch yourself, others, or objects.
Of course. Any washing machine can be used more than once. It can be used as many times as you want with most brands. With mine, I do three times.
You can apply makeup by washing your hands and face, then applying a moisturizer and foundation before starting with the makeup. You can learn more about this at the wikiHow website. Once on the page, type "How to apply makeup" into the search field at the top of the page and press enter to bring up the information.
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Think of it this way: What do you use more during the day? Your penis, or your hands? If you choose penis, I think you may have a problem.
It was once newspapers but in our modern world it is now Television
well theres no disease that starts bacteria but we dont know so dont think it until it is proved but once it starts it can only be relieved by washing your hands
try washing it once in a while