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Personal Hygiene Routines for People with Dyspraxia

Updated: Aug 25, 2023


Personal hygiene is an important part of everyday life, but it can get overwhelming with all the different products and steps involved in even ‘simple’ routines. Because of this, it can be hard to remember which products you’ve already applied or the order of your routines, which is especially true for people with dyspraxia. To help with this, try writing down your routines in a step-by-step list before starting, or arranging your products in front of you in the order you want to use them. This can help ensure that you don’t apply the same products twice or forget a step. Here are a couple of simple routines for skin, hair, and teeth that you can use if you’re not sure where to start.


Skin care

Makeup remover.

If you’re already wearing makeup, make sure to remove it before attending to your skin.

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