Best Germ-killing Body Wash & Shower Gels: Soft & Supple Skin After Every Use
The best way to begin and end your day is by taking a nice hot shower. It instantly relieves stress, calms your muscles and relaxes your mind. Taking a hot shower is nothing but your very own home sauna. But is bathing just about - cleansing and rejuvenating? The answer is no, showering or bathing also means getting rid of all the germs and bacteria you come in contact with throughout the day. When we travel, our body comes in contact with so many germs and it’s important that we bid goodbye to all of those nasties by the end of the day.
Body shower gelsare a great invention, simply because it comes in a bottle and not in the form of a bar, which means each drop that you use is pure and untouched. Aside from this, body washes feature a mild, soap-free and gentle formula that does the job effectively while keeping your skin soft and supple. Similarly, in the case of our sanitizing shower gels - we’ve ensured that the formula is mild yet effective when it comes to keeping germs at bay and protecting your skin from infections.
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Q. What is the difference between a body wash and a shower gel?
A. The main difference between a body wash and shower gel is their texture. While a body wash is more like liquid soaps and dishwashing liquids in texture, shower gel has a gel-like consistency.
Q. Can I use my shower gel daily?
A. If you have normal skin, then you are in luck and can use shower gel almost any time you want. However, the shower gels intended for dry skin will be extra moisturizing, while those intended for oily skin will be somewhat drying. You can also consider using a body wash instead.
Q. Can I use a shower gel in place of a face cleanser?
A. Although a shower gel may feature a mild formulation, one should not use it on their face, unless mentioned. Till then we would suggest that you stick to your regular face wash to do the job.