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Health This Part Of Your Body Might Be Dirtier Than You Think

03:40  26 january  2017
03:40  26 january  2017 Source:   refinery29.com

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The biggest bacteria-harboring body part of all? © Shutterstock The biggest bacteria-harboring body part of all? We often preach the first beauty commandment, Thou Shalt Not Go To Bed Wearing Makeup. But have we been placing too much importance on our faces, while overlooking the biggest bacteria-harboring body part of all — the belly button?

According to Teen Vogue, maybe.

Sure, everyone has neglected the area at one point or another. And perhaps a build-up of lint is normal. But it turns out these body holes are huge breeding grounds for yeast and gunk if not properly cleansed.

Teen Vogue asked dermatologist Susan Bard, M.D., about this surprising revelation. Apparently, leaving these small passageways untouched can potentially lead to an offensive smell or — worse — an infection.

How dare we not take care of our innies and outies? Well, the madness stops here.

Consider our priorities changed. You better believe all those Q-tips we don’t use on our ears — sorry, but it's really hard to remember — will be dedicated to swabbing our belly buttons daily.

Actress Embraces Loose Skin Thanks To Support From Body-Positive Instagram Community .
A body positive vlogger has revealed she won’t be getting surgery to remove her loose skin after dramatic weight loss, thanks to the confidence she’s gained from the online community. Canadian actress and vlogger Kenzie Brenna is among hundreds on Instagram using the hashtag #embracethesquish to promote self-love and body-positivity.“This is a part of me I’m not changing. Not only do I not have the finances to chance this part of my body, I don’t have the emotionality to change it,” she said in a recent post. “I don’t blame others for going through it, it’s just not something that I can do.

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