Here’s how to keep body odour at bay
SPRAY PERFUME ON THE BELLY BUTTON. IT’S THE PART FROM WHERE THE HEAT RADIATES, WHICH CAN ENHANCE THE SCENT TO OVERPOWER THE BODY ODOUR
Conscious of smelly underarms? Well, try mixing antiperspirant with deodoriser or rubbing lemon on your armpits to keep body odour at bay in summer, say experts. Here are more such tips: Ensure general hygiene:
Upholding the general sanitation is extremely essential in summer. One can ensure that by bathing twice a day and mixing antibacterial soap drops in water which will not only help you clean the surplus bacteria and germs off the skin but also make you feel refreshed, even at odd hours. Mingling antiperspirant
with deodoriser: Deodorant covers the strong smell of sweating but one also needs an antiperspirant to control the extreme sweat during the day. A combination of the two can do wonders for your skin. Carry a perfume/scent:
Adding perfumes to your daily regime does not mean to add hygiene, but helps in eliminating the foul smell caused by the excessive sweat, and turns it into an engaging scent. Ideally the perfume should be sprayed on the belly button as it's the part from where the heat radiates which can enhance the scent to overpower the odour. Essential oils for foot:
One should indulge in a habit of using common essential oils especially on feet where the sweat level is usually more. Soothing oils like lavender, peppermint and pine are helpful in acting as an anti-bacterial mediator. These oils give your feet a pleasant fragrance, and also keep them nourished. Rubbing lemon under the arms: Lemon is an effectual ingredient in killing bacteria that are stuck on your skin. Rub one-half of the lemon for few minutes before wetting it off. Or, squeeze a lemon into the bath bucket consistently for few days to reduce the smell.