Handwashing: Coronavirus (& Your Skin Health) Away

Beauty Launchpad India|April 2020

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Handwashing: Coronavirus (& Your Skin Health) Away
Claudio Barbesino – President, CSolutions Italia S.r.l. and an experienced Italian entrepreneur in the H&B field weighs the good and bad of frequently washing your hands to prevent COVID19 infections.

Frequently washing your hands and using alcohol-based hand sanitizers is one of the widely-accepted habits that the COVID19 pandemic has brought to our daily lives. Washing hands is undoubtedly the best way to kill the virus and reduce the risk of contracting the disease – however, it stipulates the availability of clean water and soap as well as the right understanding of how to do it effectively. To make sure that the soap cleans each corner and crevice of your hands where the virus might hide, it is not only important to carefully brush difficult-to-clean areas like under your nails but also prolong the action for a certain time period – hygienists recommend singing ‘Happy Birthday’ a couple of times to make sure you have given enough time for the soap to break down the coronavirus.

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April 2020