Washing your hands is such an important part of staying healthy and preventing the spread of sickness. Especially since Adalyn was born, cleanliness is even more important than ever because I do not want her to get sick.
Thank goodness, so far, Adalyn has stayed away from sickness besides having a sniffle and some chest congestion. Unfortunately, I have gotten pretty sick twice this year and Troy got sick once. It is so tough being sick and I would do almost anything to not get sick.
-Before and after taking care of someone who is sick
-After using the bathroom
-Before, during and after cooking
-After changing diapers
-After touching garbage
There are lots of times that we need to wash our hands in order to help prevent the spread of sickness.
-Wet your hands with clean, running water and then apply soap.
-Lather your hands including the back of your hands, between your fingers and under your nails.
-Wash for at least 20 second.
-Rinse under water and dry with a clean towel or air dry.
Softsoap. These come in great scents including jasmine & white cotton, kitchen citrus bliss and whipped cocoa butter. The containers look really nice too. I have them in my bathroom and kitchen now. These can be found at Walmart for an affordable price (~$2.50). They made my hands feel clean without drying them out too much. They are a great addition to your kitchen or bathroom and can help wash germs away.