Harmattan is a dry and dusty northeasterly trade wind which blows from the Sahara Desert over the West African subcontinent into the Gulf of Guinea between the end of November and the middle of March (winter).
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The name comes from or is related to Ga haramata.
But all that is trivia.
The only thing Ghanaians (and some Nigerians) know is that harmattan is truly no one friends. The cold and dry wind that accompanies everyone's least favorite period can also feel warm and dusty AT THE SAME TIME!.
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As if that is not enough, bathing during the harmattan season becomes a dreaded chore - especially if you never did like bathing in the first place.
And well, we learnt some ways of bathing during harmattan way back in Senior High School and it might be the best thing for anyone to emulate.
Watch this video below to learn "How to Bathe in this Harmattan season."
If the above video doesn't cover the private areas for you, we've got you covered
Now go and thank us later.