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Clean Socks
It sounds obvious, but you would be surprised how many people who have smelly feet don't wear clean socks enough Read more

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Ditch synthetic fabrics for natural materials
Man-made fabrics (such as polyester) seem to trap odours to a greater extent than natural fabrics due to their construction and properties of drawing moisture away from the skin. As sweat is... Read more

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Hand sanitizer
Hand sanitizer will save the day if you forgot to put on some deodorant or even if you're leaving the gym and feel like you might smell. The alcohol kills the bacteria and neutralizes the smell. Read more

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Avoid Spicy/Smelly Food!
Spicy food like chilli peppers will not only heat you up in no time, they also contribute to body odour. My uncle had this problem and he found that any 'smelly' foods, even ones like garlic and... Read more

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Stay hair free
Because hair is porous, it absorbs odours very easily. In exactly the same way that your hair smells of bonfire when you've been sitting next to a campfire, your underarm hair will absorb the smell... Read more

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Lemon Juice
What my aunt ( a doctor interested in natural therapies) used to recommend. Lemon juice contains citric acid and makes your skin acidic when you apply it. This acidic surface limits the growth the... Read more

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Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is a natural antiseptic and can help kill bacteria without harming your skin. If you can buy the spray version of this then even better, so you can really use it to treat body... Read more

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How to deal with bad body odour according to a doctor
The reason this happens is because when we sweat, the bacteria that lives on our skin breaks it down, producing chemicals that have a bad odour. People who tend to sweat excessively, therefore... Read more

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Lifestyle and Eating Tips for Body Odour
If you are someone who wants to avoid putting harmful chemicals onto your armpits where the lymph is located, try organic and ethically harvested essential oils diluted in coconut oil instead of... Read more

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Tea Tree Oil Busts the BO!
Tea tree oil is an antibacterial and antiseptic which means it helps kill bacteria on the skin and combat body odour. It is also an astringent so helps control sweating. Read more

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Natural deodorant that works!
This is a very effective deodorant. You have to try it to believe it. Read more

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Rosemary 2 in 1: Combats Odour and Gives Fresh Fragrance!
Rosemary contains menthol and chlorophyll which have natural deodorant properties that counteract strong body odour and inhibit the growth of odour-producing bacteria. It also contains zinc, a... Read more

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Its all about the Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar has many health benefits, including as a potent bacteria-fighting agent. It can help do away with body odour by balancing the pH level of the skin. Read more

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Tea Tree Oil to help fight bad body odour
So you need a natural product to help eliminate body odour. Something with no parabens, no sulphates and easily affordable? After testing products and trying to get the safest most effective... Read more

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Dry yourself properly
Remember when your mum told you to make sure everywhere was properly dry after a bath? Well, she was right, it turns out that dry areas make it harder for bacteria to breed, as they usually prefer... Read more

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Lemon juice: simple but works
The citric acid in lemon juice neutralises the bacteria that causes your sweat to smell - a cool fact I learnt the other day! So, this is a great way to keep you smelling lemony fresh Read more

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Baking Soda does the job
Baking soda absorbs moisture from the skin, so it can help absorb sweat and reduce body odour. It also kills bacteria and works as a natural deodorant. Read more

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LaVanila The Healthy Deodorant
If you have trouble with sweating but still don't want to use industrial strength style chemical deodorants, then LaVanila the Healthy Deodorant is for you – it keeps you feeling fresh and is so... Read more

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