4 Incredible Ways To Keep Smelling good always

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Smelling good always is something we all desire and for some, they’d rather smell good naturally than use any kind of cologne or fragrance.

Applying one or two fragrances or antiperspirant isn’t in any way a bad idea to keep off and fight bad body odour. However, if we can afford to smell good naturally always, why not?

Anyway, if smelling good, clean and fresh is your aim, here are a couple of tips to help with that.

Here are 4 tips for smelling good always.

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1. Avoid greasy hair root

Hair tends to really hold on to scent, which is why a good number of experts recommend spritzing perfume directly onto strands for an all-day lasting power. So, when freshening up, do that with a dry shampoo with a neutral smell to avoid dry roots and smelly hair.

2. Keep your underarm clean

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Shave your underarms and shower every night to keep them clean. Bacteria can cling to underarm hair, so getting rid of it will help reduce odour and be sure to leave your underarm dry because bacteria and microorganisms don’t thrive well in dry environments.

3. Apply light-scented oils after showering

Unlike lotions, oils tend to sink deep into your skin. So, opting for slightly scented oils will leave you smelling good all day long.

4. Keep mouth smelling fresh

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If you’ve ever had to perceive the bad stench that comes out of a person sitting next to you on a bus on your way home, then you’ll know how bad and annoying it is to have a mouth odour.

Using a good mouthwash or employing oil pulling (rinsing your mouth with essential oils like coconut oil and the likes) is good way to get rid of the often smell and help you smell good as well.

Smelling nice naturally is not a big deal after all.

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Kehinde Omotosho is a content writer at healthfacts.ng who enjoys the punching sounds of the keyboard when conjuring words together to make a full entity. When she is not typing, she's examining a few fashion pieces and playing dress-up. Meeting people and smiling always are a few of her hobbies.

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