According to this study, the frequent use of headphones increases bacterial growth in the ear. Not to mention that sharing headphones increases the risk of contracting the "bad" bacteria and can lead to different ear infections. In order to protect your health, it is best to keep certain items exclusively for personal use.

The bright side prepared a list of 11 things that can never be shared.

1. Nail clippers

We can not see it, but there is a huge amount of fungal bacteria, viruses and fungal microorganisms on human fingers and nails. As a result, ordinary nail clippers can become a vector of infections. So the use of the other person nail clippers increase the risk of fungal diseases and HPV (human papillomavirus).

2. Earrings

There are many blood vessels in the ears. That's why it is very easy to contract blood borne diseases by simply wearing a friend's earrings. The next time you want to borrow earrings, wipe them with alcohol.

3. lip balm

Under the surface of the lips, there are also blood vessels. They are ready to carry in the blood everything you put on that part of the face, even microbes. The herpes virus can be transmitted from one person to another when sharing a balm or lipstick, even if the wearer has no visible symptoms of the disease.

4. Eyebrow clip

If you use the tweezers of someone else to depilate some extra hair, this is not scary. But if you use them to get rid of heavily ingrown hairs and blood appears, this tool can cause serious illnesses in the future. In that case, tweezers can be carriers of hepatitis C and HIV. If there is no choice but to share a pair of tweezers, scrub them thoroughly with alcohol.

5. Ball Deodorant

Ball deodorants can carry serious infectionsespecially if the bacteria enter small wounds after shaving. Scented deodorants only mask the smell and do not prevent the multiplication of bacteria. Therefore, always choose deodorants with antibacterial ingredients and do not share them, even with your family.

6. Bar of soap

The microorganisms cover a bar of soap after each use – not only harmless microbes, but also dangerous viruses. The worst of all is when the soap is in a wet soap dish. That's because Moisture creates an ideal environment for the growth of bacteria, fungi and viruses. To reduce the risk of infection, use liquid soap from a dispenser.

7. hairbrushes

Never give your hair brush to someone else and do not use someone else. This increases the risk of catching parasites such as lice, scabies and even staphylococcal infections. If you share a hairbrush, clean it immediately with a disinfectant. The best way to protect yourself is not to share a hairbrush at all.

8. towels

The towel is fertile ground for germsespecially when he's hanging in a very wet bathroom. If your towel smells moldy, it means that mold and bacteria are growing. Such a towel can infect its owner with fungal infections and bacteria responsible for rashes, acne and conjunctivitis. To eliminate this danger, wash your towel after 4-5 uses and allow it to dry completely.

9. Loofahs

A loofah does not have time to completely dry between uses. So, it's an excellent germ plant for the same bacteria as in the towels. Dry your loofah thoroughly, do not share it with anyone, and ventilate the bathroom every day.

10. makeup brushes

Avoid sharing makeup products that come into contact with body fluids such as tears, nasal mucosa, saliva, blood or pus acne. This means that it's best not to share the eyeliner, eyeshadow, mascara, color concealer, makeup base, lipstick and red. Similarly, do not give anyone your makeup brushes and never use samplers in cosmetics stores.

11. earphones

Other people the headphones can cause bacterial growth in the ears. The risk increases if you use them during a workout: additional warmth and moisture contribute to their development. In addition, if you share headphones, prepare for bacteria such as Streptococcus and Staph to enter the ear and cause infections, boils and pustules. If you still want to share this accessory with someone or borrow it, wipe the helmet with a cotton swab soaked in alcohol.

After reading this article, will you always share your hairbrushes and headphones with your friends or family? Tell us in the comments!