DO’s and DON'Ts of Hand Care
Hand Hygiene really matters.
There are DOs and DON’Ts to proper hand hygiene that are very important now. To all the germophobes, you are ahead on this.
DO - Wash your hands after touching or cleaning after your pet. You betcha.
DO - Wash your hands before, during, and after making food. Again before you eat. Plus a few more times.
DO - Of course wash your hands with soap for min 20 seconds. Cheating is no longer allowed.
DO - Keep your hand and dish towels separate and wash them daily. Better yet, use paper towel if you can find some. Yes, um yes.
DO - Disinfect things you touch like knobs, faucets, light switches, handles, TV remotes, all surfaces in your home, your phone. Often. Hmmm.
DON’T - Touch the soap, sink knobs or faucet until you rinse your hands with water. Of course.
DON’T - Touch anything after washing your hands or they are considered dirty again. Oh.
DON’T - Touch your face, ever. Very important.
DON’T - Think gloves are the answer. They can contaminate things you touch if not new or just washed. Don’t forget.
DON’T - Go anywhere without hand sanitizer. Got it.
Now you can practice good hand hygiene.
Source: CDC and me
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Upcycling creates less trash by reusing and transforming the containers and other things you already have. Brilliant! The examples below save you money and if your items are biodegradable at least they don’t end up floating in the ocean.
- use old fabric and towels as drop cloths or rags
- reuse paper in packages you receive for future packages you ship
- get a refill on liquid products
- repurpose skincare and cosmetic containers
Upcycling bottles, jars, paper tubesFirst try to get refills of your products so the original container lives on. Afterward remove the label from glass using rubbing alcohol, sterilize and use for countless things. The possibilities are endless.
- DIY skincare ingredients
- organize craft materials
- store tea or spices
- portable water spray
- a vase
- DIY bath oil blends
- row of vases
- travel size toiletries
- store sand from fave beach
Paperboard tubes (sanitize first)
- plant seeds
- use it as a little gift box
- battery candle holder
Have fun upcycling! You’ll love the feeling of helping the planet.
Cindy is the founder of H. Honeycup. She encourages self-care, a giving community and prefers a relaxed culture which translates to her plant based body care products. As a family affected by addiction, H. Honeycup donates products to those in recovery with the hope that it helps heal body and mind naturally. See free eGuide, "How to Choose the Wellness Beauty Brand For You!"