Whether you have been watching videos made by those incredibly organised people on TikTok, or you’re just looking to fill your bathroom cabinets with the absolute essentials, you may be wondering which health products you should store in your bathroom cabinet.
In this post, we have offered a few of our recommendations for a well-stocked bathroom cupboard. Read on to find out more.
A good toothbrush
Your toothbrush is essential to the health of your teeth. If it is too old it will not work properly to reduce plaque build-up, and so you need to ensure you are replacing it regularly and opting for quality brands when you do.
You could also consider an electric toothbrush which is thought to clean teeth better than manual ones. Just remember to regularly replace the head!
Fluoride toothpaste is important to protect your teeth and prevent tooth decay. You can buy high fluoride toothpaste in many pharmacies such as Postmymeds.co.uk and with specialist sellers to keep on top of your dental hygiene and prevent costly dental problems later in life.
For an optimal dental care routine, dental floss is also a must. Many people neglect this aspect of dental health care, but it can only help to reduce plaque build-up, inflammation, and it helps to stimulate your gums.
A soothing and hydrating moisturiser
No matter what else you have in your skincare routine, a hydrating and soothing moisturiser is an absolute must. Both men and women should be moisturising their skin in the morning and on an evening to help it stay plump. Find a moisturiser that suits your skin type for the best results.
A good facial cleanser
The other aspect of skincare that is an absolute must is cleansing. A good cleanser helps to remove the impurities from the day, removes makeup, and helps to keep your skin clear and refreshed. Find a gentle cleanser that works for your skin and use it as directed.
Essential medicines and any prescription medication
Essential medicines to store in your bathroom cupboards included pain relief, like aspirin, paracetamol, and ibuprofen. You could also include antihistamines for the summer months when hay fever is common, antiseptic creams for wounds and bites, and plasters and bandages.
On top of this, you should also store any prescription medications and daily vitamins here to remember to take them each morning. This keeps all of your medication in one place, and it is high enough up to keep it out of the hands of the little ones.
Reusable cotton pads, flannels, and washcloths
Washcloths, flannels, and reusable cotton pads can all be used to remove makeup and cleanse your face daily. Find gentle, cotton-based products to ensure they are not too harsh on your face and remember to wash them as often as possible.
While you could opt for disposable products, the reusable options work just as well, and help to reduce your waste!
A nail care kit
You can find nail care kits in supermarkets and pharmacies. They usually include a nail file, nail clippers, and scissors. It’s handy to store these in your bathroom cupboard to ensure you can easily find them. There is nothing more annoying than a nail that snags on your clothes!
A hair tie or head band
Long hair is a pain when you’re trying to wash your face in the morning, and so, storing a hair tie or hairband is a really easy way to keep it off your face. If you always have one to hand in your cupboard, you don’t need to remember to bring one!