Beat body odour

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Beat body odour


Eat foods that contain loads of fibre, whole grains, wheat, soy products and green leafy vegetables. Avoid processed foods, spicy foods and caffeine.

Drink plenty of water. This helps to dilute sweat and urine, both which contribute to body odour.

Wear light coloured, loose cotton clothes to soak sweat and deflect sun rays. Body odour lingers on clothes, so wash clothes after every wear and avoid polyester fabrics. Change socks and undergarments daily. Clothing made of cotton and linen are more absorbent and able to soak in sweat better.

Have frequent showers with a teaspoon of alum, added to your bath water and use an antibacterial soap. Bathe after working out or playing a sport.

Cider vinegar or white vinegar applied with cotton on the underarm areas helps fight unpleasant smells.

Special attention should be given to hygiene of the feet and body folds especially in obese people. Feet should be washed properly and an antifungal powder should be used between toes, armpits, groin, neck and under the breasts after a bath.

Underarms tend to accumulate more sweat, so removing hair from the area prevents sweat rings.

Use deodorants and antiperspirants containing aluminium chloride immediately after bathing.
 

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If deodorants and perfumes are not working out, you can also try out the summer variant from Parachute. it has got mint, so you will sweat less and the light smell of coconut will keep body odour at bay. It has worked for me.
 
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Beat body odour


Eat foods that contain loads of fibre, whole grains, wheat, soy products and green leafy vegetables. Avoid processed foods, spicy foods and caffeine.

Drink plenty of water. This helps to dilute sweat and urine, both which contribute to body odour.

Wear light coloured, loose cotton clothes to soak sweat and deflect sun rays.Body odour lingers on clothes, so wash clothes after every wear and avoid polyester fabrics. Change socks and undergarments daily. Clothing made of cotton and linen are more absorbent and able to soak in sweat better.

Have frequent showers with a teaspoon of alum, added to your bath water and use an antibacterial soap. Bathe after working out or playing a sport.

Cider vinegar or white vinegar applied with cotton on the underarm areas helps fight unpleasant smells.

Special attention should be given to hygiene of the feet and body folds especially in obese people. Feet should be washed properly and an antifungal powder should be used between toes, armpits, groin, neck and under the breasts after a bath.

Underarms tend to accumulate more sweat, so removing hair from the area prevents sweat rings.

Use deodorants and antiperspirants containing aluminium chloride immediately after bathing.
Thanks for this Advisable post.... :)
 

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