Don’t you love the feeling of knowing that you smell good and feel even better when you realise you have no perfume on? Yes, it actually feels great and always makes me smile. What’s even better is when someone compliments you on your scent and asks, “what perfume are you wearing, you smell great?”. At this point, you know that your body care routine is actually working and your hard work is paying off well. So, I have decided to help you feel great, happy and confident in your scent by giving you 4 easy ways to smell good naturally.
All you have to do right now is to keep reading and put into practice all the points covered in this topic. In terms of budget, you do not have to worry because all these points are super affordable.
My main ways of smelling good naturally are to ensure you tackle your underarms odours and to have clean fresh skin.
- Shave any unwanted underarm hair ( find out more about hair removal here)
- Use half a lemon to massage in your underarms for 2 mins and leave it to dry for 5 minutes, then rinse with warm clean water. Lemon in is well known in the health and beauty world for its great properties of fighting odour causing bacterias and brightening.
- Add a few drops of apple cider vinegar to baking soda. The aim is to create a toothpaste like paste, apply this to your underarms and leave it to dry for 5 minutes then take a shower.
- Spray a body mist directly onto your skin. The purpose of the body mist is to soak onto your skin and leave it to smell nice. The best way to make your body mist last longer is to apply it more than once, allow the spray to dry before wearing your clothes.
If you do this at least 3 times a week you, you won’t really need to wear a deodorant. You will have zero odours and you can smell good naturally, as your skin will get used to the scent of the body mist.
My collection of Body sprays
As well as these tips I provided here, also pay attention to other parts of your body that require attention to smell fresh such as, your mouth, hair and feet.
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