Beauty

Tips To Improve Your Body Odor

Written by Dana Peterson

One thing is clear: hygiene is the be-all and end-all when it comes to body odor. Regular showering with soap or clear water is the basic requirement. Caution: If you shower too often, you can damage the protective acid mantle of the skin. Experts recommend showering two to three times a week, but heavily sweating body parts can also be cleaned daily. If you also tend to sweat quickly, consider taking a cold or lukewarm shower. Showering that is too hot opens the pores and promotes perspiration. What other tips to improve your body odor:

Tip 1: the right deodorant

Tips To Improve Your Body Odor : Using a deodorant usually helps against daily sweating. But watch out: many deodorants tend to cover up your own sweat odor
Picture of adult woman using deodorant

One of the tips to improve your body odor is using usually a deodorant which helps against daily sweating. But watch out: many deodorants tend to cover up your own sweat odor. It is important that the cause is combated and perspiration is inhibited: therefore, pay attention to the antiperspirant label when buying your deodorant.

Tip 2: the right clothes

Tips To Improve Your Body Odor : Your clothes should also be washed regularly. Rule of thumb: the closer the clothes are to the body, the more often you should clean them.

Your clothes should also be washed regularly. Rule of thumb: the closer the clothes are to the body, the more often you should clean them. If you know that you sweat often and quickly, you should above all wear light and breathable clothing. Dresses made from natural fibers such as cotton and linen are best for this. You should avoid polyester and polyacrylic. There are even special “anti-smell clothing” with fibers made of silver ions, which are supposed to absorb and lock in moisture even better.

Tip 3: the right diet

If you want to avoid the smell of sweat, you should also pay attention to your diet.

If you want to avoid the smell of sweat, you should also pay attention to your diet. Food such as yogurt, fruit or vegetables are easy to digest and have no negative effects on sweat production. Products that contain zinc, such as nuts or whole grain products, also ensure that the sweat smells less strong. Coffee, tea, alcohol, high-calorie food or spicy dishes, on the other hand, make you sweat. So if you have an important customer appointment or meeting, better avoid these products.
By the way: Most people cannot even perceive their own body odor. The cosmetics manufacturer Nivea would like to remedy the situation: Together with the creative agency FCB, they developed the “Nose” app and a matching cover that the smartphone can smell with the help of sensors. Your own smell can be analyzed and rated with the app. Unfortunately, the app is currently not available on the market

Tip 4: drink enough

If the temperature rises or you sweat a lot, you should drink a lot

If the temperature rises or you sweat a lot, you should drink a lot. Because: Who drinks too little, excretes a strongly concentrated sweat, which then usually smells more intense.

Tip 5: Try to reduce your stress level

As your stress level increases, so does your sweat production. So try to go through your day-to-day work as calmly as possible.

As your stress level increases, so does your sweat production. So try to go through your day-to-day work as calmly as possible. Try meditation or yoga exercises, which reduce stress quickly.

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Dana Peterson

I'm Dana Peterson, a freelance writer, serial blogger, self-published author of 7 books, and speaker who enjoys enlightening others about unknown and little-known facts.

I'm a mother of two kids, but I've also been a typographer, a film composer, a piano player, a singer in an all-girl rock band. I love writing on cruise ships, or late nights, but also at home in my sunny southern California garden.

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