A sweaty and damp body is the new dirty, but a clean wash isn’t always a surefire solution to a hangover.
Here are five ways to keep your body in tip-top shape and keep it smelling fresh.
Use a bath towel The first thing to do after a hot shower is to wipe down the whole body with a clean towel.
It’ll help keep dirt and bacteria away from the skin and reduce the chances of getting strep.
The key to using a good, fresh towel is to ensure you wipe it thoroughly before using it, especially if you have sensitive skin.
For a better result, wash the towel down in the sink or in the bathtub first and then put it in a cool, dry place to soak for 10 minutes.
If it’s already soaked, you can rinse it with a water solution and then place it in the fridge for 30 minutes to harden it. 2.
Use an anti-bacterial soap and water You might be tempted to use an antibacterial soap like Bumble and Bumble but the results are not as quick as you might think.
It doesn’t stop all germs, so it’s best to avoid using a lot of it.
Try using a diluted bleach solution or rubbing alcohol instead.
Use your hands and make sure you have an extra set of fingers to apply it.
If you’ve got a pair of scissors handy, you’ll be able to do a little more than just apply the soap.
Apply it with one hand, while holding the towel firmly to your chest.
You can also gently apply it to your arms and wrists, then finish off with a second hand to finish the job.
Make sure you wipe the soap off before applying it to the towel, because it’ll leave residue on the surface.
Use the sponge to wipe your hands off and then use your other hand to apply the towel to the same spot.
It’s important to get the soap onto the surface as it will be very hard to remove if it’s not thoroughly cleaned.
Apply a little cream and water If you’re not up for a little extra effort, try a little of a thick cream and a little water.
This will help your skin feel softer and absorb more moisture.
A gentle, diluted bleach or rubbing oil will also help prevent any streaks from forming on the towel.
Chai kahlia, a traditional Indian chai made from leaves, has long been popular in Kerala.
But it has recently become a cause celebre among some Muslims in Kerala who say that the leafy greens, often associated with the country’s Hindu god Shiva, contain an unhealthy substance that can cause liver damage.
Kerala’s Health Ministry is seeking to counter this claim by issuing warnings about the poisonous leafy green tea.
The leafy Greens in Kerala have been blamed for increasing the incidence of liver disease and cirrhosis in Muslim communities in the state, said Dr Abhishek Jha, a member of Kerala’s health advisory council.
He said a survey conducted in 2014 by the health ministry revealed that nearly a third of Muslims in the country consumed at least one cup of chai a day, compared to only a third in Kerala where tea is consumed as a condiment.
He blamed the increase in consumption on a recent spike in consumption of the leaf by Muslims in urban areas.
“This is also due to the increasing popularity of chia seeds and kaffir lime.
It is the reason why there has been a jump in consumption in Muslim households,” Dr Jha said.
In the state capital, Ernakulam, a majority of people are drinking green chai instead of traditional Indian teas.
“We are very worried.
The leafy Green is very harmful.
The liver damage and the liver disease can be fatal,” said an unidentified man in a coffee shop in the Ernakula area.”
A lot of people drink it as a drink.
It can be dangerous,” said another man.
“You need to be careful because if you are drinking this leafy tea, it could cause a heart attack,” said a woman.
“It can be poisonous, too,” said her husband.
Dr Jha has been researching the health hazards associated with chai leaves since 2008.
“Chai is made from roots of the tea plant and these roots contain poisonous compounds.
It also contains calcium and iron which is poisonous,” he said.
“Many of these compounds are present in the leaf,” he added.
“If you drink this tea, you could potentially have a heart or kidney problem,” he warned.
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