The Dirtiest Part Of The Body: It Is Usually Forgotten Even By Those Who Shower Twice A Day!
There’s no doubt that a person’s health and well-being partially depend on personal hygiene. No matter how hard you try, or how many times a day you take a shower, there still will never be immaculately clean parts, there still will be more than 67 types of bacteria on your body.
In this article, we’ll tell you what is the dirtiest part of human’s body and how to take care of it.
Regular showering can remove most of bacteria on your body, but there’s one one part which is inaccessible and keeps dirt in even after showering.
And yeah… it’s the belly button! Yes, the navel – an actual home of bacteria, and the dirtiest part on your body.
Haven’t expected this, right?
The belly button is indrawn – and that is the reason of being named the dirtiest part as because of being indrawn it collects sweat, dead skin cells, lotion, soap, and lint. Which is perfect condition for developing bacteria. To avoid different health issues, including infections, you have to regularly take care of your belly button by cleaning it from dirt.
How to clean your belly button?
Before taking a shower, take a cotton swab and soak it in some alcohol and rub gently your belly button. Take another cotton swab and apply some shower gel on it and rub the belly button, then clean it from the shower gel with water when taking a shower. Rinse it again with warm water, and dry with a towel.
Apply some shower gel on a wet end of a towel, and rub your belly button, then rinse it with warm water and dry with a towel.