Question of the day.

Have you ever shared a toothbrush or a stick of deodourant with anyone?

My answer:

We do share a toothbrush with Sofi, and a deodourant with my whole family all the time… Ewww! Well, actually it’s not quite so gross. ๐Ÿ˜€ It’s not gross because our toothbrush is electric, so each of us simply has her own head for it. I guess that’s a lot more economical than having two toothbrushes for two people. And as for the deodourant, well, it’s not a stick, so it doesn’t really match this question’s criteria, but still, it’s a deodourant that my Mum makes for all of us. My Mum is a health, lifestyle and wellness geek as y’all know, and part of what it means is that ever since she’s embraced this new identity of hers, she’s started doing some cosmetics of her own. Not a lot and nothing fancy, because she’s not the kind of person who’d need a lot of cosmetics these days, but she just doesn’t believe in most of the mainstream ones that they’re working at all and she says that if they do it’s a placebo. She makes her own deodourant, toothpaste, sometimes soap, but rather occasionally because she does have a soap that she likes and considers good and that we all are also happy to use, and she also makes some other things for facial care that are easy enough to make. So we have a huge container of Mum’s deodourant in the bathroom. It’s made of baking soda and coconut oil, and a drop of some essential oil for fragrance. This doesn’t block your sweat glands like typical deodourants do, but simply totally neutralises the smell.

How about you? ๐Ÿ™‚

8 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

  1. Wow! Power to your mother!! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

    I’ve never shared a toothbrush to my knowledge, but you never know! Whenever I’ve been without a toothbrush due to camping, etc., I’ve done that thing where you brush your teeth by putting some toothpaste on your fingers.

    I probably wouldn’t mind sharing deodorant, but I don’t think I ever have…? But hey, the family that deodorizes together stays together! ๐Ÿ˜€

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