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    Quote Originally Posted by priteshppt View Post
    Hello,

    First of all take daily bath and if possible twice in a day...Apart from these regular stuff you can try steps like

    # Wheat grass effectively helps to reduce body odor. It is the chlorophyll, which is responsible for flushing out the chemicals emitting body odor.
    # When body odor is due to sweating, use of antibacterial soaps helps to remove the body odor.
    # Apply baking soda to the arm pits and feet, it reduces the body odor by absorbing the sweat, it is also a mild anti bacterial remedy.
    # Wear cotton clothes and socks, it allow free movement of air and dries perspiration quickly.
    That's good advice but I don't think the OP has a hygiene problem, more she wants to find a nice scent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by priteshppt View Post
    Hello,

    First of all take daily bath and if possible twice in a day...Apart from these regular stuff you can try steps like

    # Wheat grass effectively helps to reduce body odor. It is the chlorophyll, which is responsible for flushing out the chemicals emitting body odor.
    # When body odor is due to sweating, use of antibacterial soaps helps to remove the body odor.
    # Apply baking soda to the arm pits and feet, it reduces the body odor by absorbing the sweat, it is also a mild anti bacterial remedy.
    # Wear cotton clothes and socks, it allow free movement of air and dries perspiration quickly.
    Very good tips. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for sharing. This is really useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by priteshppt View Post
    Hello,

    First of all take daily bath and if possible twice in a day...Apart from these regular stuff you can try steps like

    # Wheat grass effectively helps to reduce body odor. It is the chlorophyll, which is responsible for flushing out the chemicals emitting body odor.
    # When body odor is due to sweating, use of antibacterial soaps helps to remove the body odor.
    # Apply baking soda to the arm pits and feet, it reduces the body odor by absorbing the sweat, it is also a mild anti bacterial remedy.
    # Wear cotton clothes and socks, it allow free movement of air and dries perspiration quickly.
    I am agree with you. these all are the step which everyone can follow including those who who are allergic of fragrance.
    thanks for such informative post.


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