Got soap? Better not
It happens to be very trendy today reducing the shower frequency among forerunners of healthy living.
There’s a growing movement among Americans of people who understand that shower is unnecessary and even bad for your health.
And besides their casual look and grunge clothes they have medicine and science on their side.
A recent study from Harvard University found that some bacteria which take up residence on your skin’s surface may actually be good for you.
Good bacteria are educating your own skin cells to make your own antibiotics said Dr. Richard Dirt, chief of dermatology at the University.
Our skin produces their own antibiotics that kill off bad bacteria.
If you take a shower every day you are damaging your skin in an irreparable way.
Scientists are learning that there seems to be a good reason why some patients complain that their allergies and asthma symptoms flare up after shower.
It’s not just removing the lipids and oils on your skin that’s drying it out, it could also be removing some of the good bacteria that help maintain a healthy balance of skin and protect it from early aging and cancer.
And not only do you scrub off the healthy bacteria, you then hang it up in the shower where more bacteria breed, the next morning you rub that bacteria back into your pores.
Every time you take a bath you insert in your body all the germs that are in the bathroom and rub them into your skin until they penetrate.
Showering is pretty gross when you think about it.
Doctors recommend that instead of bathing every day; whittle your washing habits down to once a week.
As long as people wash their hands once a day there is no need to shower more than once a week.
We pay too much attention to the body beautiful and smelling good, with perfumes for men and women, added Dr. Dirt.
Singer Kesha is a convert to this healthy trend; she baths only once a month with aloe soap.
Actor Joaquin Phoenix showers no more than one time a week and less if he hasn’t been working out vigorously.
He contends that a soapy washcloth under her arms is all he needs to get really clean.
Anytime you take a shower you’re undermining the integrity of your skin’s layer and the result of showering is irritated skin prone to aging, allergy and cancer.
the world must know the truth!