Skunks here!! What happens to your body when you spend two days without having showered?
You’re used to showering every day, are not you? Although we have been doing this for hygiene and habit in recent years, this habit has been in the last 50-60 years.
According to the 2008 report, people, especially Australians, shower more than once a day.
Also, babies must be rescued from this situation. It will be enough for them to take shower twice a week because their skin will not lift excess.
Previously to reach clean water wasn’t easy that’s why it wasn’t habit. After all, what’s the point of taking a shower in dirty water, right?
Obviously, taking a shower every day does not mean you have to wash your hair too. Hair washed every day is becoming dry and fragile.
You carry 1000 kinds of bacteria and 40 kinds of fungus in your body. But be comfortable, most of them are good-natured!
Good bacteria also need soap and showers. So if you skip showering and you do not sweat, you continue to get dirty. You keep getting bad bacteria from anywhere you touch.
If you do not take a shower, these bacteria can find the path of your mouth, your nose, the eye, and you can be sick. If it is not cleaned regularly, the oily and salty texture of your skin can cause scratching and staining.
You may think that sweat causes the body to smell, but actually the source of the smell is gas, which occur during bacteria consume the protein and fatty acid in your the body. This also causes almost 30 different bad smells.
It’s not as much a health problem as it gets, but it’s obviously a social problem! If you stink, people will judge you and probably get as far away from you as possible.
Dermatologists suggest you keep your face, underarm, and crotch area clean even if you can not take a shower. Because these parts are where the bacteria feed and are concentrated.
After all this, of course, do not stay in the shower for a long time. When hot water is drying the skin, it also strips away the important oils in the body.
Will be good to be balanced, dear!