You should never consider sharing with anyone (even your special someone). Not only is it unsanitary but it can actually be bad for you. Here are some tools that you should reserve for yourself.
Anything that gets in contact with blood should never be shared because it may spread a bacterial infection. If you go to a salon, ask them if they use disinfectant between clients. Otherwise, bring your own.
2. Nail Clippers
Any manicure or pedicure product (nail files, clippers, cuticle tools) can spread nail fungus or an infection, which means they should never be shared.
3. Soap Bars
Using one soap bar, even the same loofah or washcloth, can help the spread of MRSA (a kind of staph bacteria that leads to skin infection). This can be bad because MRSA is resistant to a lot of antibiotics.
Using someone else’s deodorant is a way to share bacteria, yeast, and fungi in the skin. It may also spread blood-borne pathogens if deodorant is used after shaving.
A small cut is all that is needed to spread hepatitis C and other viruses.
If it touches any bodily fluid, it should never be shared. This includes brushes that have not been cleaned.
7. Hair Brush
This is the quickest way to get lice, but sharing a brush can also spread scabies and staph infections. You should also regularly clean brushes with some disinfectant.
Even if you are your friend are unaware of any infections or illnesses, it doesn’t mean it is safe to share any of these tools with anyone.