9 Ways to Smell Fresh, Even If You Haven’t Bathed for a Few Days
Showering is important to help us stay clean and protected. However, there are moments when we just don’t have time to shower, like while traveling. When this happens, it’s still good to maintain some habits to prevent us from smelling bad.
1. Use body oils
It’s better to use a perfumed body oil than perfume that you spray on in this case, because the smell of body oil lasts longer on your skin. Also, you can always choose a more subtle aroma, with a more natural smell, and rub it into your skin throughout the day.
2. Hydrate your skin.
Hydrating yourself can also help you smell fresher. You should drink plenty of water, as well as use good smelling body creams to moisturize your skin.
3. Use extra layers of deodorant
Using deodorant helps you kill the smell of your sweat. Extra layers can maximize its effect, as well as kill bacteria.
4. Change your underwear
You sweat a lot around your intimate parts and they are often kept warm. Changing your underwear can minimize the bad odor that comes from sweating.
5. Change your socks
Your feet are one of the parts of your body that sweat the most, causing a very unpleasant smell. Changing socks regularly will minimize the bad odor. It’s also a good idea to add talcum powder to your shoes.
6. Avoid food with onion, garlic, and spices
7. Avoid tight clothes
8. Use dry shampoo
Dry shampoo will revitalize your hair and stop it from looking greasy. It will give your hair a fresher look and smell, and can help you add more volume to your hair.
9. Wear headbands and wraps
In case you run out of dry shampoo, you can always use thick headbands and headwraps to keep your hair in place. Choosing a suitable hairstyle will cover the dirt and bad smell of your hair.
Do you know of any other methods to make you feel fresh when you don’t have time to shower? Please share them with us!