COVID-19: Why You Should Never Share These Make-Up Essentials To Stay Safe

COVID-19 Why You Should Never Share These Make-Up Essentials To Stay Safe

It might seem harmless to try the different lipstick shade or apply a bit of the kajal from your friend or sister. But trading makeup essentials can not only lead to lethal infectious conditions but also cause the current COVID-19 infection. Today, we will talk about Why You Should Never Share These Make-Up Essentials To Stay Safe.

Along with the ongoing spread of the coronavirus pandemic, it is extremely important for working women who might be staying at home to be extra careful about their daily beauty essentials. 

And remember it is not only for friends or colleagues, but also do not share your makeup essentials with your mother, sister, or other family members.

Personal hygiene

According to WHO, the survival of coronavirus on the surface is not certain. However, a recent review of how long human coronaviruses survives on surfaces found large variability, ranging from 2 hours to 9 days. Therefore, it is better to prevent Yourself From Infectious Diseases By Maintaining proper Hygiene. 

Let’s take a look at some beauty Essentials that can cause you some infection if you do not stop sharing them with others:

Lipstick

Lipsticks are the favorite beauty product of all the women. They are like their best friend who always stays in the handbag. 

During the day, consciously or unconsciously we keep smacking our lips or touching them using our tongue to keep them hydrated. When we do that, a lot of saliva comes into contact. Therefore, when another person shares the same lip product, the germs or bacteria can be transferred in them. That’s why you should stop sharing your personal make up products.

Eye Makeup

Our eyes are the most prone to infections. So, when you use these eye definers, you should have to put in the brush and apply it over the eyes. The germs or viruses easily get transferred when you share the product with others. 

Facial Cleaning Tissue And Sponges

Whether wet or dry, facial tissues should be used only once. You should dispose of them immediately after use to prevent the spread of viruses. The tissues or makeup sponges can pick up the virus that is present on the skin surface and consequently, it can get easy access to a non-infected person when they use the same or anyhow comes in contact with it.

Makeup Brushes

Just like the facial tissues and makeup sponges, usage of common make up brushes should be strictly prohibited. As the COVID-19 infection can easily get transferred, we can’t reckless with these small things.

Makeup In Open Containers

Not every beauty product comes in tubes or bottles, some are also packaged in jars or small containers. Therefore, these kinds of packaging require the usage of fingers to take out. So, contaminated hands or fingers can easily transfer the deadly coronavirus or other germs into the cream or gel and thereby spread onto others.

Combs

Yes, it is strange. Even combs should not be shared to prevent infections. Common combs can transfer any scalp infections like dandruff, scaly skin, or other viral infections. 

Can the hantavirus transmit from person to person?

Hantaviruses are RNA viruses transmitted to humans by rodents (rodent-borne) and cause human illness. But HPS virus cannot be transmitted from one person to another. There has been no case reported like that. Hantavirus causes hantavirus pulmonary syndrome that comes from rats.

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