Andrex® has conducted some research into how people demonstrate an uncompromised level of care during the Christmas period and discovered that almost half of us (46%) choose to upgrade products in our bathrooms in an attempt to help the festive season feel more special. What’s more, a third of us (32%) also say that showing this level of care ensures that our family and friends feel at home when visiting.
Being a parent for almost seven years, I have often found brown patches on the bathmat after someone earlier was getting changed while sitting there. Each time, I have to name and shame one of my children and keep telling them how to clean themselves after going to the toilet.
In fact according to Andrex®, 34% of parents rate teaching their children how to be clean after going to the toilet as the most difficult parenting task, beating teaching them to brush teeth (15%), holding cutlery (5%) and blowing their nose (3%). So I am not the only one facing the same problem. Therefore Andrex® wants to start a conversation around what being clean really means and demonstrate that how we clean and care for our intimate areas can make a huge difference, not only to our physical wellbeing but to how good and confident we really feel. It’s done this by creating the Andrex® Clean Routine and this is the guide.
Earlier this month, I was invited to an Andrex® event but unfortunately I could not make it. They have kindly sent me this informative new health report that revealed an estimated 15 million Brits are unsure how to clean themselves properly after going to the toilet.