Many people lend their items to other people including even their private items. But, actually, we shouldn’t lend our private items even to people who are our closest ones, because, this way we can transmit various infections and illnesses.
Look at the list of items that we shouldn’t lend to anyone.
We shouldn’t share our towels with anyone. Towels are usually wet. That’s why they are a perfect environment for bacteria and fungi. So, in order to protect yourself and people around you never lend your towel or take someone else’s.
If your deodorant is a cream you shouldn’t share it, but if it is a spray you can share it with others. Cream deodorant is a perfect transmitter of fungi and bacteria.
A toothbrush contains oral bacteria and if you share it with someone, even your partner, it can transmit many infections, including cold and flu.
Tweezers stylize your eyebrows, you should never share it with anyone. Tweezers can transmit bacteria, viruses, some blood borne diseases. So be careful and never lend or borrow tweezers.
LIP PRODUCTS OR LIP BALM
Lip products are mostly used by women. These products are contaminated with some bacteria and microorganisms due to the direct contact with the skin. Lip products can easily transmit the herpes simplex virus.
Shaver is full of unwanted hairs and bacteria, so it can transmit blood borne diseases like hepatitis and HIV.
CAPS OR HATS
Caps of hats are also full of bacteria and fungi, due to the wet environment as a result of sweating. So, you shouldn’t lend or borrow these items because they can transmit bacteria and fungi very easily.
If don’t disinfect your earring regularly they will be full of bacteria and potential transmitters of diseases and illnesses. So, never share them with anyone.
Some makeup products can also be potential transmitters of diseases such as compact powder, eye pencils, and lipsticks.