How to Improve Bathroom Hygiene
Evolving old sanitation practices for modern comforts
Once upon a time, “personal hygiene” implied the simple practice of regularly bathing. This may have been sufficient back in the day of medieval peasants, but thankfully prospering times have raised health standards and sanitation practices.
Today personal hygiene is subdivided into haircare, body-odor (BO), oral-hygiene, and bathroom hygiene… aka *ahem* GENITAL CARE! ?
Bathroom hygiene involves using toilet paper. But the flaws of dry wiping “it” with toilet paper are painfully obvious. The friction and abrasion caused by dry wiping can irritate and damage skin (especially our most delicate parts). A more sensible solution would be to use moistened toilet paper.
When wet, tissue-fibers become less rigid and more flexible. Thus when wiping, moisturized TP will conform to unique skin folds and actively surround and saturate debris to gently swab it away.
Moistened TP provides lubrication and increases wiping comfort and effectiveness. That way you wipe less but do more.
LooLube takes it a step further. The lubrication fluid uses aloe vera and a mild surfactant to reduce surface tension. This helps remove debris while slightly nourishing skin.
Hail modern progress for evolving hygiene and our catching up with our needs and modern-comforts. Sure, we still haven’t eradicated all serious viruses and infections. But at least now our dry-wiping discomforts can be history. What a time to be alive!