When you scratch your scalp, you’re probably scratching it with a sharp tool.

But the bacteria that cause it to become infected could be lurking on your skin.

There are several ways to prevent getting the infection and even curing it.

Here are the steps you need to take to keep your skin healthy and avoid a potentially dangerous infection.

How to keep skin healthyFirst, don’t scratch the infected area with a razor or other sharp instrument.

Instead, wash your hands with soap and water.

Avoid the area where the infection could have gotten on your hands and neck.

If you do have to touch the infected areas, you may want to avoid wearing a long-sleeve shirt, such as a T-shirt, pants, or sweater.

You should also wash your eyes and nose with soap.

Wash your face with soap or water.

If you’re concerned about your skin’s ability to protect itself from bacteria, you should get tested for bacteria every two weeks to see if the infection has gone away.

And if you do get the infection, take steps to keep the infection from spreading to other parts of your body.

There are three types of bacteria that are known to cause skin infections.

The most common are: Clostridium difficile, Clostradactam, and Streptococcus pneumoniae.

These are all caused by bacteria called Clostrachia and Strepomyces.

These bacteria are found in your skin, nose, mouth, and intestines.

Some people get sicker when they have more of these bacteria in their blood, skin, and mucous membranes.

You should wash your face, hands, and feet regularly.

Make sure you are washing your hands frequently with soap, a mild soap, and water to keep them clean.

Your hands should be thoroughly washed with soap after every use.

If your skin is very dry or cracked, you could have a more serious infection, especially if you have a history of getting sick from other skin conditions.

If so, you need immediate medical care.

There’s no treatment for Clostrdactam or Streptospirosis, which are caused by these bacteria.

If your skin becomes infected, it may be best to get antibiotics if you suspect that you may have a serious infection.

You may also want to take your temperature periodically to see how it’s doing.

If it’s warmer than normal, you might be more likely to get the skin infection.

If the temperature is cooler than normal or it feels like it’s getting hotter than normal and you can’t get the temperature down, it could be more serious.

You may need to get your skin checked.