Some people believe that taking a shower in the morning is a good way to wake up and start the day, whereas others believe that taking a shower at night is a good way to relax and unwind. However, science does not support this practice. In fact, dermatologist Sandy Skotnicki, MD, advises taking fewer showers and only washing three body parts.
Showering a lot may not be a good idea
Showering too frequently can do more harm than good to your skin. It can, for example, dry out your skin, particularly if you use an abrasive substance or soap. Furthermore, you can deplete the essential oils, lipids, and bacteria that help your skin resist inflammation, keep a smooth texture, and strengthen its protective barrier.