The coronavirus outbreak has taken over our lives since the past few months. After
almost nine months of staying at home, we all have learnt to appreciate the little things in life. But you know what they say, the show must go on.
With the festive season in full swing, it’s important to take care and stay safe as the pandemic is far from over. After all, it’s not just about keeping ourselves safe but also protecting our loved ones.
We agree that wearing a mask and sanitising our hands with sanitising products every time we touch a surface is a task. However, it’s inevitable and we have to accept this new normal now. But while we’re at it, we all wish we could at least keep the medicinal odour of those sanitizers away! Here are a few ways to stay safe and smell even better while attending any upcoming festivities or weddings!
Yes, it’s applicable even today. As the virus spreads through human contact, it is
important to maintain a distance of six feet whenever you’re out. This is suggested
because six feet is the average distance that this virus travels before it settles on any surface. So, whether you're standing in a queue while buying groceries, attending a festive celebration or a wedding, it is imperative that you follow this rule.
It is possible to contract COVID-19 by touching a surface that has previously been touched by someone infected --- this can range from doorknobs to ATMs and other hotspot surfaces. While the ideal answer to eliminate this problem and protect yourself is to wear disposable gloves, we understand that not everyone prefers wearing them, especially when you’re all decked up in a festive outfit. In such cases, it’s good to carry a hand sanitizer spray with you, at all times. If you’re worried about the strong medicinal or alcohol odour, drowning out the smell of your expensive perfume, don’t be!
The Yardley English Lavender Hand Sanitizer Spray will come to your rescue. It has a WHO-approved formulation and is your go-to for all the sanitizing requirements. Just slip it into your handbag and apply it on your skin or use it to cleanse any surface. Get it here.
Wash your hands as soon as you’re back from outside, when you’re at home, while receiving a parcel or even after greeting someone with a handshake. *We suggest taking the traditional route and opting for a 'Namaste' instead as handshakes encourage the spread of germs*
Basically, washing your hands is a way of life now. A hand wash that is backed by the goodness of lavender and has a very refreshing fragrance, will be your best pick for germ-free hands that smell amazing. The Yardley English Lavender Handwash is our pick! Get it here.
Whether it’s a shaadi ka card, festive goodies or gifts from your loved ones, it is important to disinfect them. Germs stay on surfaces longer than we think and if you’re looking for a disinfectant spray that will leave a soothing fragrance behind, try the Yardley English Lavender Anti-germ Spray. You can get it here.
Washing clothes daily may not be your jam but it is super important these days, especially if you are attending any celebrations. If you’re someone who can’t avoid going out, you need to make sure you’re washing your clothes on a regular basis. Once you get back from your festive celebrations, wash your clothes with a disinfectant rather than keeping it back in your cupboard. Germs stay on your clothes too, so keeping them in the laundry bag for too long can lead to faster spread of germs.
While we’re constantly worried about touching infected surfaces, we need to make sure that we try our best to reduce contact. Using a digital mode of payment in this situation is the most ideal thing to do.
Keeping your surroundings clean and sanitized is now a way of life. No matter what you do, wherever you go, it is important that you always carry a hand sanitizer. POPxo recommends the Yardley Hand Sanitizer Spray that you can carry anytime, anywhere. You can get it here.
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*This is a sponsored post for Yardley.