Marie Ernst Dos and Don'ts of Taking a Shower or Bath

Taking a showers or bath are a necessity to maintaining good personal hygiene, great health, peace of mind and soft youthful looking skin. We’re here to help by sharing tips we’ve learned on how to properly take a shower or bath, so you'll come out feeling clean and with healthy youthful skin, every time.

It's all in how you wash, where you wash, what type of soaps you use and your technique. You’ll learn how to treat your neck, chest and the rest of your body with as much care as you treat your face by following a few bathing methods.

On the days when your complexion appears dull, ashy, flaky, stinky and scaly, these shower and bathing tips can really help you turn back the clock and enhance your mood. Without further ado let's talk about washing your feet and jump (pun intended) right in…

Wash Your Feet Every Time You Bath or Shower

Do you think of foot hygiene as part of your daily routine? You should and here’s why… Your feet have more sweat glands in them than anywhere else on your body. Washing your feet helps you eliminate foot odor bacteria between your toes and dry skin.

Next time you’re in the shower, slide your finger over and around your ankles and you’ll feel the built up dried skin and grim that needs to be washed away regularly.

Your feet are the foundation of your mobility and taking good care for them helps prevent any problems that may arise. Practicing good foot hygiene is a must for preventive foot health.

A good daily foot care routine consists of using a gentle exfoliating soap and warm water while in your shower or bath. Make sure you support yourself again the wall or side of your tub ensuring that you don’t fall. Start by washing your ankles, toes, between your toes, heel and the bottom of your feet.

It’s that simple and all it takes to eliminate foot odor, bacteria and dry skin. Follow this daily routine and you’ll be ready at anytime to present your feet in an intimate setting or in public.

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