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What's lurking underneath your sunglasses?

by timetospa August 16, 2012
What's lurking underneath your sunglasses?

Bacteria - it lurks where you least expect it, hanging onto your favorite accessories and making itself welcome in places it definitely doesn't belong, like your skin. While you can do your best to keep this unwanted visitor at bay with a skin care product like Bliss No Zit Sherlock Purifying Cleanser and Toner, there are some places bacteria cling to that you probably don't even expect.

Sunglasses. A great pair of shades can be a fashionable addition to any wardrobe and can help keep your eyes from getting weak in the sun, but did you know that bacteria can grow on the inside of your sunglasses? Avoid this by washing your shades regularly in water using antibacterial hand soap.

Cell phone. If you lead an active lifestyle, you probably rely on your cell phone to get you through the day. But in a recent interview with Allure Magazine, dermatologist David Bank noted that cell phones are petri dishes that breed all kinds of harmful bacteria! To counteract this, you should wipe the surface of your phone regularly with a disinfectant wipe. 

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