Washing towels and sheets is perhaps one of those mundane chores we may not think about much. From dirt, dead skin cells, and sweat to bodily fluids, bedsheets and towels accumulate a plethora of germs and bacteria over time. This accumulation not only makes them feel less comfortable but can also lead to skin irritations, acne, and even health risks if pathogens are present.
In the fast-paced world we live in, one simple but important habit is often overlooked — handwashing. The COVID-19 pandemic taught us that proper hand hygiene is a cornerstone in maintaining good health, preventing the spread of infections, and fostering a clean and vibrant lifestyle.
As the joyous festival of Eid ul Azha approaches, households come alive with vibrant celebrations, heartfelt prayers, and sumptuous feasts. It is a time when families and friends gather together, creating cherished memories while indulging in delectable dishes that have been lovingly prepared. The sheer joy of these communal meals is unparalleled, but it also brings with it a responsibility; the care and maintenance of our kitchenware.
With the heat and humidity rising every day, there are days when we often end up spraying ourselves with ample amounts of body sprays or colognes, as a quick fix for body odour. Little do we realise, how much it worsens the situation.
Hygienic practices begin at home. When it comes to children, what they eat, play with, and the products they use on their bodies are things that parents need to look over. Additionally, we want to ensure that our children can develop the habit of frequently washing their hands, using soap while taking a bath, and other similar hygiene habits. It can be tricky at times as these habits seem tedious to children and not something they can enjoy. However, there are ways to install these habits in them by creating fun routines.
The weather is already careening headfirst into the stinging cold season and we are already craving the comfort of hot drinks, snug sweaters, cosy comforters, and swelteringly hot showers. But while it is a universally acknowledged truth that there is nothing better than a warm shower on a cool winter morning, there are certain disadvantages of the beloved hot showers.
Call it a post-COVID phenomenon or a general obsession over the ins and outs of celebrities’ lives, people have started exhibiting weirdly obsessive curiosity regarding celebrity hygiene. Milena Markovna, better known as Mila Kunis is one such celebrity who has been in the limelight recently for what some may call ‘oversharing’.
Termites, cockroaches and other pests like mosquitoes, ticks, rats and mice are very common in summer