In , I got a facial from an aesthetician named Anat Leavitt. Before I left, she asked me about my skincare routine. In part, this minimalism comes from my upbringing: My mom was an aromatherapist and herbologist and I learned young the benefit of using food-safe skin products. Needless to say, I was intrigued. It just needed to be taken care of, using the same ingredients with which I nourished my inner biome. I decided to give it a go.
Fair point. Imagine trying to remove makeup with just a dry bit of paper. Not great. Us schmucks in the UK still faffing about with toilet paper are quite far behind in the bum-cleaning game. Upgrading to a bidet can be pricey, while the use of wet wipes has environmental implications. Many wipes that claim to be flushable can still struggle to break down, causing blockages in sewers and forming fatbergs.
Talking about good butt hygiene is a taboo in our society, and we need to change it as millions of people walk around with dirty anuses every day. Look at it this way: You were eating melted chocolate, and now your face and hands are dirty with melted chocolate. Would you use just dry paper to clean your face and hands or would you wash also?
With summer around the corner, you are all set to hit the sandy beaches in your best swimwear. But just when you were about to try out that gorgeous two-piece, all your excitement turns into instant horror when you see a group of red and angry looking butt acne stare right back at you. While winters easily covered them up, things will not be the same with the arrival of summer.