1. Your cellphone is 10X dirtier than a toilet seat
Because people are always carrying their cell phones even in situations where they would normally wash their hands before doing anything, cell phones tend to get pretty gross.
Studies have found more than 17,000 bacteria and serious pathogens on cell phones, including Streptococcus, MRSA and even E. coli.
2. Fecal matter on your toothbrush
One gross study found how far bacteria spreads when you flush with the lid up.
It's at least 6 feet...
Yes, that means your toothbrush is being spattered with fecal matter.
For those that leave their toothbrush inside a toothbrush case; the moisture after brushing often gets trapped inside the case, turning it into a bacteria factory.
3. Makeup brushes could be causing your acne
I hate to break it to you, but your latest, recurring breakout may have those dirty brushes and sponges to blame.
Bacteria filled makeup brushes are one of the major causes of acne, skin irritation, eye infection, & even swelling faces.
4. Glasses causing eye irritations
A controlled research on eyeglasses found nearly, 95 percent of the glasses had high levels of bacteria present.
This bacteria can cause eye irritations, infections, and even abrasions.
5. Cash, credit, & bacteria transactions
Researchers found that most dollar bills are covered in 3,000 types of bacteria.
Everything from the germs that cause acne to microbes from people who lick their fingers when they count out bills.