You may have to wonder often about the importance of disposable or single use personal productive equipment (PPE) when you can just buy a continuous usage product. It is no more news that the world has shifted to disposable medical supplies and there is a chance of increment in it's usage. In this article, I have given some important things to note about disposable medical products and why professionals prefer them.
Question one for the experts: Can you use the same towel for your face and your body? The short answer is no — you should use a separate towel for your face than the one you use to dry your body (like, you know, including your butt) after a shower. "This is not just a bacteria or cleanliness issue," Lily Talakoub, a board-certified dermatologist in Virginia, tells Allure. "The products you put on your body such as moisturizers, fragrances, and hair products are not the greatest if they end up on your face," she explains. "They can clog pores, increase breakouts and some could even cause irritation or rashes."
Many of us wear a mask and eye shield to reduce the spread of COVID-19, but could safety glasses protect us from the virus? Science is close to proving connections between coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the eye. When may it be helpful to shield the eyes?