A clean, organized bathroom is the foundation to a solid oral health care routine! Follow these simple steps to make your bathroom a calming and organized space.
- Tackle That Medicine Cabinet
You’re not the only one who dumps everything in the medicine cabinet in an attempt to keep your counters clean. It can be a nightmare trying to find something in a messy cabinet, so buy small bins to keep different medicines and supplies organized. You’ll be amazed at how easy it will be to find things as soon as you need them, and relieved when things don’t fall out of the cabinet when you open it!
For larger bottles and cleaning supplies, keep them under your sink if you have cabinet space there, or use a separate closet entirely. This will help free up your counter space and help you have a less cluttered routine!
- Round Up Your Hair Care Supplies
Styling products and hair dryers can take up a lot of valuable space in your bathroom. Keep a designated drawer or bin with all of your supplies for easy access to them whenever you need them without having to use up other space.
- Organize Your Shower
Is that shower caddy of yours tipping over? Try a better way to organize your shower toiletries! Temporary shower shelves and caddies that attach to the wall rather than around your showerhead are good ways to get rid of clutter. It’s also a good idea to go through your toiletries and weed out what you’re no longer using.
- Clean Up Your Counter
The more you have to search for your health care and beauty essentials, the less likely you’ll actually use them. If your toothbrush, toothpaste, and floss aren’t near your sink and within arm’s reach, then you’re facing serious consequences for both your oral and overall health. Leave your most essential items on your counter along with plenty of space for a calm and relaxed environment.
- Have Clear Jars for Necessities
Don’t leave your guests to rummage through drawers and cabinets! Leave necessities like q-tips, cotton balls, and soap in clear containers on your counter for easy access.
A clean, organized bathroom will help you keep a consistent schedule, which is especially important for your oral health! Brush your teeth twice a day and floss at least once a day for a bright and healthy smile. Visit us at Highland Oaks Family Dentistry for cleanings and examinations to ensure that you have the healthiest mouth you possibly can. We’re here to here to accommodate your dental needs no matter your age.