How to Be a Hygienic Teenage Girl

Thứ bảy - 27/04/2024 00:20
Every teenage girl wants to be hygienic, but some girls don't know where to start. Read this article to learn how to be hygienic. Shower, wash or bathe every day. Showering, washing or bathing keeps you clean and fresh smelling, so even if...
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Every teenage girl wants to be hygienic, but some girls don't know where to start. Read this article to learn how to be hygienic.


  1. Step 1 Shower, wash or bathe every day.
    Showering, washing or bathing keeps you clean and fresh smelling, so even if you don't feel like it, remember to clean your whole body every day. Make sure to wash your feet well and your armpits.[1]
  2. Step 2 Consider removing hair...
    Consider removing hair from your legs, face, armpits, or any other part of your body you think needs to be hairless to be hygenic. Body hair is not unhygienic, men have it, and a lot of them are hygenic! You don't have to shave to be hygenic. It is a very personal thing, you should shave whenever you think it's time to and whatever you think you should shave. Use shaving cream or soap - never try to shave without shaving cream or soap, as it can lead to irritation, nicks, and little red bumps, which you don't want. If you want any part of your body to be hairless, you can wax, thread, epilate, pluck or use hair removal creams.
    • You can apply oil to remove wax from skin.
    • It helps to reduce the stickiness of wax.
  3. Step 3 Have good oral hygiene.
    Clean your teeth, use floss. Use mouthwash, see a dentist regularly. Keep your breath fresh.[2]
  4. Step 4 Consider wearing deodorant or antiperspirant every day.
    Smelling good does not make you hygenic, but, if you smell bad, you may have a hygiene issue. If you wash sweat from your body before it becomes stale and stinky, you can consider yourself hygenic. This is very practical though, using antiperspirant so you don't sweat. You can also wear perfume, eau de cologne, eau de toilette, scented moisturiser or body spray to smell fragrant - this is optional. If you have asthma triggered by products, avoid these products.[3]
  5. Step 5 Wear clean clothes.
    There is no point in having a hygienic body if you dress in dirty clothes - it'll just make you stink and look unkempt.
  6. Step 6 Wash your hair whenever you feel that it's necessary.
    Washing your hair every day will strip your hair and scalp of the natural oils it needs to stay hydrated. Use shampoo made especially for your hair type, and never skip conditioner. You can also straighten or curl if you want but the look of your hair has absolutely nothing to do with how clean you are.[4]
  7. Step 7 Trim your nails so that dirt does not build up under them.
    Do not bite, lick or pick at your nails. Nail polish is optional, but try not to paint your nails more than twice a month, as this can lead to the yellowing and weakening of your nails which whilst not unhygienic is unsightly.
  8. Step 8 Keep your face hygenic.
    Gentle soap and water and never going to bed with makeup on is enough to have a hygenic face. If you're interested in looking after the appearance of the skin on your face beyond hygiene you can:
    • Use a cleanser recommended for your skin type. Put a small amount of face cleanser on your hands, about the size of a nickel, and rub some on your wet hands. Use a product that is gentle enough for your skin, because something that's too strong will just dry the skin out and stimulate the oil glands to produce more oil - you're trying to remove oil and retain moisture at the same time. Do not use soap - it's too strong, and can't be rinsed easily.
    • Using your fingertips, massage the cleanser all over your face, removing any dirt and oil. Take thirty seconds or so, concentrating on first the hairline, then paying special attention to the "T-zone" (forehead, nose, and nostril area), then around the mouth and chin, then cheeks. Cleanse the neck using upward strokes. You have oil glands behind your ears, so don't neglect that area. It's messy, but do it anyway. When you're fifty, you will be glad you went to the trouble to help your mature skin look its best. Rinse your face with warm water and pat it dry with a soft towel.
    • Moisturizer is a very good thing. You have just washed off dirt and oil, and a moisturizer will help keep the moisture in the surface cells, which promotes a more youthful looking complexion - plus it feels great.
  9. Step 9 Adopt healthy habits.
    Wash your hands before eating.[5] Don't pick you nose. Keep piercings clean. Don't pick scabs. Wash your hands after going to the toilet, every single time.[6] Always use cover your mouth when you cover and always sneeze into a tissue or handkerchief. Never spit. Keep your body free of unhygienic substances. Change your clothes whenever they become soiled.
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  • Don't use too much perfume - one or two sprays will do. By spraying in front of you 2-3 times and then walking through the spray three seconds later, you will have just the right amount of perfume on.
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Things You'll Need

  • Nail care items, such as clippers
  • Soap
  • Clean clothes
  • A toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Mouthwash
  • Floss
  • Deodorant with antiperspirant
  • Shampoo
  • Conditioner

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