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Let's Not Go Viral: Practical Tips for Staying Healthy and Coronavirus Free

March 12, 2020

Let's Not Go Viral: Practical Tips for Staying Healthy and Coronavirus Free

Staying healthy and coronavirus COVID-19 free

It's not a game. Staying healthy and Coronavirus free is on everyone's mind. We already all know to namaste 🙏🏼 a safe distance away when greeting people, to frequently wash our hands (for a minimum 20 seconds!) and to at least sanitise (with 70% alcohol solution) after touching any public surfaces – hello, door knobs, elevator buttons and push carts etc.

Here are a few other simple and practical things you can do to keep yourself and your family safe and healthy.


Just in case you forget...

  • Bring on the bling but make sure it’s shiny, shimmery and disinfected. Clean your jewellery, especially rings, bracelets and watches, that come in contact with many surfaces.
  • No breakouts and outbreaks! Don’t use any makeup, fragrance, skincare and personal care testers. Don’t share your lipstick and lip balm and avoid applying them with your fingers.
  • Talk about clean beauty. If you’re getting your makeup, hair or nails done, use your own cosmetics, brushes and tools. Consider keeping your nails short to avoid dirt underneath.

It's not a game. Staying healthy and Coronavirus free is on everyone's mind. We already all know to namaste 🙏🏼 a safe distance away when greeting people, to frequently wash our hands (for a minimum 20 seconds!) and to at least sanitise (with 70% alcohol solution) after touching any public surfaces – hello, door knobs, elevator buttons and push carts etc.

Here are a few other simple and practical things you can do to keep yourself and your family safe and healthy.

It's not a game. Staying healthy and Coronavirus free is on everyone's mind. We already all know to namaste 🙏🏼 a safe distance away when greeting people, to frequently wash our hands (for a minimum 20 seconds!) and to at least sanitise (with 70% alcohol solution) after touching any public surfaces – hello, door knobs, elevator buttons and push carts etc.

Here are a few other simple and practical things you can do to keep yourself and your family safe and healthy.



Just in case you forget...

  • Bring on the bling but make sure it’s shiny, shimmery and disinfected. Clean your jewellery, especially rings, bracelets and watches, that come in contact with many surfaces.
  • No breakouts and outbreaks! Don’t use any makeup, fragrance, skincare and personal care testers. Don’t share your lipstick and lip balm and avoid applying them with your fingers.
  • Talk about clean beauty. If you’re getting your makeup, hair or nails done, use your own cosmetics, brushes and tools. Consider keeping your nails short to avoid dirt underneath.
  • Bring on the bling but make sure it’s shiny, shimmery and disinfected. Clean your jewellery, especially rings, bracelets and watches, that come in contact with many surfaces.
  • No breakouts and outbreaks! Don’t use any makeup, fragrance, skincare and personal care testers. Don’t share your lipstick and lip balm and avoid applying them with your fingers.
  • Talk about clean beauty. If you’re getting your makeup, hair or nails done, use your own cosmetics, brushes and tools. Consider keeping your nails short to avoid dirt underneath.
  • For your eyes only. Don’t try on sunglasses or eyeglasses that are on display. Only sport your own eyewear.
  • Handle with care. Your bags and luggage should be clean too. Use anti-bacterial wipes on them, especially along their handles. Your bags and luggage have been everywhere. Don’t put them on your bed or on the kitchen and dining tables.
  • For your eyes only. Don’t try on sunglasses or eyeglasses that are on display. Only sport your own eyewear.
  • Handle with care. Your bags and luggage should be clean too. Use anti-bacterial wipes on them, especially along their handles. Your bags and luggage have been everywhere. Don’t put them on your bed or on the kitchen and dining tables.
  • Don’t sweat… literally, on workout equipment. Thoroughly wipe down and disinfect all equipment, especially the parts that you hold on to. As much as possible, use your own workout mat and bring your own towel and water bottle.
  • The shoes make or break the outfit… but try to leave them at the door when entering your house.
  • Don’t sweat… literally, on workout equipment. Thoroughly wipe down and disinfect all equipment, especially the parts that you hold on to. As much as possible, use your own workout mat and bring your own towel and water bottle.
  • The shoes make or break the outfit… but try to leave them at the door when entering your house.
  • According to Harvard Health, there’s no evidence that COVID-19 can be transmitted through soft surfaces like fabric. However, you want to stay prudent and cautious when using fittings rooms and trying on clothing. Enter at your own risk.
  • Shopping in real life? Ka-ching, ka-ching, go contactless whenever you can. Avoid using public computers, touchscreens, keypads (that credit card machine), ATMs and even communal pens (sign the bill with your own pen).
  • Last but not least, take your vitamins, be considerate and don’t panic.
  • According to Harvard Health, there’s no evidence that COVID-19 can be transmitted through soft surfaces like fabric. However, you want to stay prudent and cautious when using fittings rooms and trying on clothing. Enter at your own risk.
  • Shopping in real life? Ka-ching, ka-ching, go contactless whenever you can. Avoid using public computers, touchscreens, keypads (that credit card machine), ATMs and even communal pens (sign the bill with your own pen).
  • Last but not least, take your vitamins, be considerate and don’t panic.
  • For your eyes only. Don’t try on sunglasses or eyeglasses that are on display. Only sport your own eyewear.
  • Handle with care. Your bags and luggage should be clean too. Use anti-bacterial wipes on them, especially along their handles. Your bags and luggage have been everywhere. Don’t put them on your bed or on the kitchen and dining tables.
  • Don’t sweat… literally, on workout equipment. Thoroughly wipe down and disinfect all equipment, especially the parts that you hold on to. As much as possible, use your own workout mat and bring your own towel and water bottle.
  • The shoes make or break the outfit… but try to leave them at the door when entering your house.
  • According to Harvard Health, there’s no evidence that COVID-19 can be transmitted through soft surfaces like fabric. However, you want to stay prudent and cautious when using fittings rooms and trying on clothing. Enter at your own risk.
  • Shopping in real life? Ka-ching, ka-ching, go contactless whenever you can. Avoid using public computers, touchscreens, keypads (that credit card machine), ATMs and even communal pens (sign the bill with your own pen).
  • Last but not least, take your vitamins, be considerate and don’t panic.

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