Wednesday, March 30, 2011

what's that smell?

Body Odour is not a desirable trait and let’s face it, it WILL turn people off. Most of us worry that we sweat too much and more than other people around us. Of course, you must apply deodorant as soon as you get out of the shower and make sure it’s a good product. Most products you will only have to apply once if you’re just going to be having an average day but sometimes it will needed to be applied more than one.

There are also things you can do at home to decrease your body odour and therefore not make people want to run away from you.

It is particular important to clean your armpits and other sweating areas particularly clean, you need to wash away the bacteria that creates body odour at least once a day and if needed, more than once. Another obvious tip is to wash your clothes as sweat seeps into your clothing causing them to smell as well. Talcum powder can be used if your skin is irriated by deodorants and even try and use both.

Watch the sort of food that you eat as it can affect the amount of sweat an individual produces. Garlic, onion, spices and alcohol can be carried in your sweat. If you are eating these foods, take extra care to keep yourself clean.

Carry around baby wipes with you when you are out and about to wipe sweat away and remember that proper hydration can also help your body to flush away toxins that may contribute to the odours.

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