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Men’s Ultimate Guide: Preventing Sweat and Odor

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Everybody smells different from others it only depends on your cleanliness and neatness. How often you wash your body and what you use on your body to make it fresh and fragrance full. Have you ever through your smell or does your body odor? It happens with everyone and men’s balls often smell but you can do few things that can make your body odor go away.

1. Keep Yourself Squeaky Clean

Try to take shower at least once a day, when you wash up you will wash away sweat from your body and washed some of the bacteria on your skin that are causing your body odor.

Sweat is basically odorless, but when the bacteria that live on skin mix with sweat, they multiply quickly and raise the number of bacteria that make quite a stink on the body and make body odor.

Wash your body thoroughly, especially the areas where you tend to sweat like underarms, washing can help your body smells well.

2. Use Antibacterial Soap

Try to wash your body thoroughly with an antibacterial soap bar or antibacterial liquid body wash that will help you to get rid of some bacteria from your body, which can be helpful with the odor as well.

3. Towel Off Well

Once you’ve showered well, the next step is to dry yourself completely with a towel, pay close attention to the areas where you sweat a lot make sure to dry them well to avoid growing bacteria. If your skin is dry completely, it’s harder for bacteria to breed on it.

4. Use ‘Industrial Strength’ Antiperspirants

Once you’re clean and dried your body, use a strong antiperspirant on your underarms that will help you to keep bacteria away. These antiperspirants have aluminum chloride, a chemical that helps keep sweat at bay, and they often also have a deodorizer in them. Use it twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening to make your body smell good.

You don’t need any prescription to get a powerful antiperspirant to use. Look for ones that say they’re higher strength and use that. After all that your body still odor and you need more help, you should ask your doctor about prescription antiperspirants. 

5. Keep Your Clothes Clean

For those who sweat a lot try to change clothes more often than usual. Fresh clothes help keep body odor down. Make sure to change your socks every day, especially if you have foot odor. For that use deodorant powders in your shoes to keep the odor away, replace insoles of shoes often, and go barefoot when it’s possible.

6. Cut Out or Cut Back On Certain Foods or Drinks

Sometimes your diet causes your body odor. There are some food items that tend to make you sweat more, such as hot peppers or other spicy foods, onions, and garlic, they might also lead to body odor. And the smell of foods like onions or garlic can be carried in your sweat as well. There are fewer drinks that are with caffeine or alcohol may also make you sweat more.

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