Cardi B Has Now Weighed In On the Divisive Celebrity Bathing Debate

The rapper took to Twitter on Tuesday to address the recent shower-centric headlines.

The aspect of personal hygiene, specifically bathing routines, has recently become a buzzworthy topic among the stars. From celebrities who prefer to bathe multiple times daily like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, to those like Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis who opt for bathing their kids only when they appear dirty, everyone seems to have an opinion. Cardi B, the renowned rapper, is the most recent celebrity to express her views on this contentious issue.

On Tuesday, the 28-year-old rap superstar posted a tweet stating, "Wassup with people saying they don't shower? It's giving itchy." Cardi B isn't alone in advocating for regular bathing, Jason Momoa, famously known as Aquaman, also shared his stance in a chat with Access Hollywood. "I'm Aquaman. I'm in the f—king water. Don't worry about it. I'm Hawaiian. We got saltwater on me. We good," Momoa clarified in the Monday Q&A session.

Cardi B and Jason Momoa seem to have a similar perspective on this matter, while Jake Gyllenhaal has a different standpoint. He confessed to Vanity Fair that he's been finding bathing to be less critical lately. This might leave you wondering about the right frequency of bathing, but don't worry. Anne Chapas, M.D., a dermatologist based in New York, informed Shape that dermatologists are advising against excessive cleaning.

The rationale behind this is that overwashing your skin or using strong soaps can eliminate beneficial bacteria. It's worth noting that studies have discovered almost a trillion microbes inhabit our skin, forming a unique bacterial mix crucial for our skin health. According to Chapas, it's best to cleanse when necessary, like after an intense workout, and avoid antibacterial soaps. While it's still uncertain if these hygiene-related headlines will soon fade, it's nonetheless intriguing to observe Hollywood's stance on the issue.

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