Ending our Academic Term by Enhancing Skin & Scalp Health Awareness at Borris Vocational School

At Bond Health, we believe in empowering young individuals with the knowledge to take control of their health and well-being. On Tuesday 21st May, we had the incredible opportunity to deliver an engaging and informative talk on Skin & Scalp Health to 85 students at Borris Vocational School. This initiative was part of our ongoing commitment to student health education.

The students, comprising both boys and girls, were eager to learn about the importance of maintaining healthy skin and scalp. To ensure that the session was interactive and impactful, we divided the group into three smaller sessions. This approach allowed us to create a more personalised and engaging learning experience for the students.

Some Highlights:

Understanding Skin and Scalp Basics:

We began each session by discussing the basic structure and functions of the skin and scalp. This foundation helped students understand why it’s important to take care of these vital parts of their bodies.

Common Issues and Prevention:

This section covered common skin and scalp issues, such as acne, dandruff, and dry skin. We provided practical tips on how to prevent these problems and maintain overall skin health through proper hygiene, nutrition, and lifestyle   choices.

Healthy Habits and Routines:

Emphasising the importance of a daily skincare and scalp care routine, we shared easy-to-follow steps that the students could incorporate into their lives. This included advice on choosing the right products and the significance of sun protection.

Goody Bags/Starter Kits:

To support the students in their journey towards better skin and scalp health, we provided each student with a goody bag containing starter products. These kits were carefully curated to include essential items that would help them implement the tips and routines discussed during the session.

One-on-One Discussions:

Following the distribution of the goody bags, we took the time to engage in one-on-one discussions with the students. This allowed us to address their individual concerns, answer specific questions, and provide personalised advice tailored to their unique needs.

The response from the students and teachers at Borris Vocational School was overwhelmingly positive. Many students expressed their gratitude and shared that they felt more confident in managing their skin and scalp health.

At Bond Health, we are proud to contribute to the well-being of our community through educational initiatives like this. We look forward to a new 24/25 Academic Year, helping students make informed decisions about their health.

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