Getting ready with your girls, playing dress up, doing each other’s makeup, these are all fun but are you being safe and healthy while you are doing it? Here are 6 things you shouldn’t share even with your family!
Though this may be an obvious 1, it is still a commonly shared item. Razors cut extremely close to the skin, and often times draw blood and other bodily fluids. This means loads of bacteria that you could be sharing as well.
Ever heard of conjunctivitis, well you don’t want to find out what it is either? Sharing eye makeup is like a plea to get this nasty infection. The eye lids are the easy entry and exit point for bacteria and bodily fluids, and unlike other parts of your body, the eyes don’t have the added security of protective skin layers.
Unless you are washing your brushes between each and every makeup application, your brushes are uniquely full of you! Brushes are good for being full of bacteria. Can you imagine dusting someone else’s germs all over your face? That’s what sharing makeup brushes is like!
When you stick your finger down into a jar of cream, you are adding more and more bacteria to the mixture. There is nothing like a makeup jar petrie dish, and oh how bacteria love a moist, dark, place. I’d say it’s probably best to just stick to your own stuff!
Facial Cleansing Brush
The bristles on a facial brush are full of dead skin cells and sebum. Who wants to swap that? I’m not sure that buffing someone else’s germs into your face, sounds like a good idea.
Lip Sticks, Stains, and Gloss
The mouth is a playground of bacteria, if you didn’t plan to go around kissing everyone who’s lip color you like, then just go buy your own. Using someone else’s lip color is like asking to for a infection, and even and STD like herpes.
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