Do you have hand gel? I do but I never used to have hand gel.
I always thought hand gel was something for women for their skin.
They always wanted to have soft and moist skin.
And I thought I'm a guy, I don't need soft and moist skin and I don't really want it.
But there were times in the winter when my hands got really dried and then I put some kind of hand gel or cream on.
But after Coronavirus broke out, then we had to have some kind of way of disinfecting our hands.
So if we touch things and handed them to other people, we could feel confident that we weren't giving or getting the virus by hand touch.
So then hand gel started being sold and I have hand gel in my classroom.
It's quite convenient.
It doesn't exactly smell great, but it is safe and it's doesn't dry your skin out.
Some of the hand gels at the beginning were bad for your skin.
They made your skin dry, but the new ones were quite good and they actually moisturize your skin.
So now I have hand gel to keep my hands clean.
You could have it before eating if you can't wash your hands with soap and water.
Of course, soap and water is the best way to clean your hands.
Unfortunately, soap can make your hands dry.
It can make the skin dry and eventually it can crack and start bleeding.
So, hand gel seems to be much better in, in that sense because it doesn't damage your skin.
And some people have hand gels with nice smells in them.
On the other hand, I think that some of the smells are a little bit too strong or the people use too much of the hand gel and it's kind of stinky.
So, do you have hand gel? I've seen some people with miniature bottles of hand gel that they can carry around with them.
What was your solution when Coronavirus came? How did you keep your hands clean if you didn't have soap and water?"