Are Hot Showers Bad for You?


Hot showers are particularly bad for your skin if taken for extended periods of time. This is because the hot water damages the stratum corneum, which helps keratinocytes retain the skin's moisture.
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Hot showers can burst capillaries in your skin and cause you to be red and blotchy.
Could be water-heater problems or faulty valve.
You can take a hot shower just not so hot that it raises your body temperature. I'm 38 weeks with #2 and have taken hot showers and baths with both and neither baby have anything
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