Alum Blocs can also be used as an all-natural treatment for oily complexions and acne. An Alum crystal is a great, natural product to combat greasy skin, spots, and acne.
After showering or washing the face, gently apply an Alum stone on the affected area. The Alum Block will dry the skin and spots leading to a better appearance. Alternatively, apply to spots and pimples the last thing at night.
Alum Blocks are good for calming the skin after waxing, they are suitable for sensitive areas such as the bikini area and the face.
The Alum block salts stop bleeding by constricting blood vessels and tightening pores.
Keeps your workplace healthy: Anyone who has ever had a job knows how easy it is for sickness to spread in the workplace. Once a co-worker gets sick, it is not long before everyone else is under the weather. Proper handwashing by all employees can drastically cut down on the spread of illness – and even helps with not getting infected in the first place.
Less food-borne illnesses: Nearly all food-borne illnesses arise from improper hand washing. And this doesn’t just happen in unfamiliar restaurant kitchens. At home, you also need to be vigilant about washing your hands before and after meal preparation and serving food.
Lowers survival rate for lingering bacteria: Bacteria have been on this planet for billions of years. They are masters at staying alive. So do not expect them to simply die off if you do not wash your hands. They can thrive on your hands for days, seeking refuge in your fingernails and cuticles.
Helps combat the rise in antibiotic resistance: Proper handwashing can prevent stomach-related and respiratory illnesses by over 30 percent. Antibiotics are often unnecessarily prescribed to combat these infections, which in many cases are caused by viruses, not bacteria. Widespread overuse of antibiotics leads to bacterial resistance, making illnesses more difficult to cure around the globe
Keeps kids healthier: Teaching children how to properly wash their hands can cut way down on the spread of sickness in daycare centers, schools, and at home. Tiny hands come into contact with hundreds of different surfaces and objects on a daily basis. Keeping those hands clean and germ-free helps kids, teachers, parents and everyone stay well!
Take equal part of bleach and water, mix thoroughly. Spray it on the bathroom tiles with a sprayer. Rinse off after 15 minutes. Your bathroom tiles will not only be clean and shining but also free from germs.
Soak the waterproof items for 15 minutes in a solution containing 3/4 cup bleach, a few drops of antibacterial dishwashing liquid, and 1 gallon of warm water. Rinse well, then air dry preferably in sunlight. This will make your item new in look and increase its durability.
Add a teaspoon of chlorine bleach to soapy dishwater for washing glassware, this will make your vessels glow.
Mix 1 teaspoon bleach in 1-liter hot water. Use it as a disinfectant spray to clean countertops, table cloths, lawn furniture, etc.
To remove slippery and unsightly moss and algae on stone walkways, scrub them with a solution of a cup of bleach in 1 liter of water.