When to wash our hands?
We all know it’s important to wash our hands after using the bathroom, before preparing food or after changing baby nappies or cat litter trays etc, but during a pandemic such as the Covid-19 pandemic, it becomes super-important to wash our hands more thoroughly and more regularly, and to always wash our hands in the following situations:
🌱🌿Every time you return home from anywhere outside, especially if you have been at your work place or school or college, or if you have visited a supermarket or a hospital or even a friend or relative
🌱🌿After shaking hands with anyone
🌱🌿After using public devices such as library or internet-cafe computers, or after using another person’s phone, or after handling cash or touching public objects such as petrol pumps supermarket counters etc
🌱🌿Before and after preparing and/or eating food
🌱🌿Before leaving the bathroom
🌱🌿After blowing your nose or coughing or sneezing
🌱🌿After handling the recycling and rubbish bins
🌱🌿After changing babies’ nappies or having contact with animals or animal food or litter trays etc
🌱🌿Before and after caring for someone, either at home or elsewhere, especially someone with cold or flu symptoms or who is sick with vomiting and/or diarrhoea
Hand Sanitiser Recipe
Together with social distancing and, when necessary, self-isolating, washing your hands remains the number one prevention when it comes to the spread of Coronavirus. And the best way to do that is of course with soap and water – or a hand sanitiser.
The above is just a guide and most of it is common sense!
Lastly, please feel free to use the recipe opposite to make your own natural and effective hand sanitiser (courtesy of our friends at Amour Natural of Glastonbury). And if you are stuck for any of the ingredients, don’t panic! We usually have them in stock 💚🌱🌿
Image: Natural hand sanitiser recipe courtesy of Amour Natural of Glastonbury (link above).