If you do not want to look selfish or stingy, just explain the reason for your negative answer. If he really loves you, your health is as important to him as his own health, and you accept your answer, but what kind of cosmetics can not be shared? These are the 15 things you read on this page.
1. Deodorant Only deodorants that are in the form of sprays can be shared. Other types, such as gels or soaps, can easily absorb the bacteria on the surface of the skin and transfer them to another skin. In the case of yourself, before using these products, it is better to clean the relevant area, such as the armpits, with soap and water, and then apply the wax.
2. Nail file
The razor, like the nail clipper, must be a personal tool. The razor is associated with bacteria and contaminants under the nails and can transmit fungal diseases and infections. If you have to use a common razor, be sure to wash it before use.
3. Solid soap
Soap never dries completely and can be a source of infection and bacteria. Bacteria love moisture and grow quickly in humid environments. Of course, some experts believe that there is nothing wrong with using shared soap between members of one family because each is accustomed to the bacterial flora of the other body, but never use solid soaps in public places.
The peripheral mouth is closed and full of bacteria. Some diseases, such as colds and herpes, are easily transmitted through the use of shared toothbrushes.
If someone is going to come to your house and sleep at night, if you know he does not have a toothbrush, either get him a new toothbrush or if in doubt use your toothbrush, change your toothbrush after he leaves. Be sure to take your toothbrush with you every time you travel.
5. Brushes and pads
Many microscopic fungi and bacteria live on everyone’s skin. When you use someone else’s makeup pad or brush to apply eye and cheek makeup, you can easily spread the bacteria on that person’s skin to your skin. These conditions increase the risk of blackheads, acne and inflammation and skin infections and allergies.
Even if your friend has washed his face well, the bacteria are still easily transmitted. Do not forget that all the products that have pads inside them, such as pancakes, are also completely personal.
The eyes are one of the most sensitive parts of the body and are easily infected. One of the most common types of eye infections is conjunctivitis. Normally, eyelashes prevent the entry of microorganisms and prevent eye infections. When you use shared mascara, it provides a breeding ground for germs and eye infections.
7. Razor and epilator
You have traveled and live in your friend’s house. You go to the bathroom and feel that your armpit hair has fallen out and you need to shave it. There is a razor on the bathroom cabinet. You remove it and… This is completely wrong. When you use a razor, it may scratch your skin or cause microscopic scarring.
On the other hand, even though you wash and clean the razor every time you use it, bacteria are likely to remain on it. You do not know what diseases the person using the razor may have. Hepatitis, AIDS, etc. This may also apply to other hair removal supplements, such as tweezers, electric epilators, waxes, and so on.
Like mascara, if you lend your eyeliner to a friend, it is possible that the virus or bacteria in his eye will be transmitted to your eye.
Do you like your friend’s earrings and would you like to try them on? Be sure to disinfect it before doing so. When the ear canal closes, you have to push the needle into the earring and damage the ear tissue. This condition is enough to cause blood infections.
Bath towels are also not always completely dry and are a source of bacterial contamination. Fungi and viruses grow easily on towels and bath bags, and using someone else’s towels can spread these germs to your skin and cause fungus and acne. The same goes for towels.
11. Combs, brushes and hats
Some scalp diseases and parasites, such as head lice, can be transmitted through the joint use of combs, brushes and hats.
12. Foot stone
Foot stones are usually full of dead skin cells and can transmit fungus and warts.
13. Nail clippers
A nail clipper is usually used at home for the whole family. This is wrong, unless you have thoroughly washed and disinfected the nail clipper after each use. The nail clipper is in direct contact with the underside of the nail and is a place for bacteria to accumulate and become infected. Sharing this tool will spread the fungus and infection to other family members.
14. Bowl cream
Each time you dip your hand into the cream bowl to remove the cream, you not only introduce some bacteria into it, but also transfer it to the skin of your face. Using these types of products is harmful to you. So either buy tubes of creams or be sure to wash your hands with soap and water before use.
You know what the consequences will be if someone else’s hand enters the cream bowl. The same is true of other cosmetics in the form of bowls; For example, you should not use bowl powder shades together.
Like toothbrushes, any cosmetics that come in contact with the lips and mouth, such as lipstick or lip liner, should not be shared. It is also wrong to use testers for this type of product in cosmetics stores. If you have to use these devices, be sure to use alcohol to clean the surface of the skin before it comes in contact with the skin.