The One Body Part You Shouldn’t Wash In The Shower

For most people, taking a shower means cleaning from head to toe. Though it might be easier to wash your entire body at one go, doctors have pointed out one area to ignore when taking a shower: your face.

Dermatologists note that the face is one of the most sensitive areas of your body, so it’s crucial for it to be cleaned gently. If you’re someone who takes steaming hot showers, leave out your face because the heat can cause long-lasting damage to your skin.

“Hot water and temperatures will dilate blood vessels and capillaries,” Rachel Nazarian, MD, from Schweiger Dermatology Group, informed Marie Claire. “That can leave skin red and aggravate conditions like rosacea, which ultimately leads to broken and permanently dilated vessels.”

 

Doctors Reveal The One Body Part You Shouldn’t Wash In The Shower — designtaxi 
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4 ways to have a better posture

1 standing — stand with both feet firmly on the ground. Roll your shoulders back and stretch your head, like someone is pulling it towards  the sky

2 sitting — place your feet flat on the floor and roll your shoulders back

3 breathing (don’t hold your breath)

4 keep moving — even micromovements count

Clear your space overnight

A simple way to make you feel less hazy or stuck, or to clear a space after an argument:

Cut a lemon into wedges. Put the wedges into two glasses of water and arrange them on both sides of the bed. Leave them overnight. It will help clear the air.

Idea: Dana Claudat from fengshuidana.com