There are a number of herbal remedies and home remedies to get rid of underarm odor. Read to learn how to eliminate underarm body odor:
Wipe your armpits with witch hazel or white vinegar, which helps to deodorize the area. The scent will typically be gone in a few minutes. you can use a cotton ball to apply this.
Use a washcloth to wipe your underarms with apple cider vinegar, which helps to lower the pH levels of the armpit skin. This helps eliminate odor-causing bacteria, which cannot survive the low pH environment.
Use baby powder or baking soda in place of deodorant. Simply apply this to your dry armpits. The powder helps to absorb moisture and also kill bacteria.
Make your deodorant and apply this to your armpits as needed using a spray-top or squirt bottle. You can do this in one of two ways:
Mix 6 to 8 drops of rosemary essential oil in one ounce of water.
Juice 10 radishes and stir 1/4 teaspoon of glycerine into the juice.
*Mix 2 to 3 drops of tea tree essential oil, which is antibacterial, in one ounce of water.
Prepare and drink a glass of sage herbal tea, which is known to reduce your sweat-gland activity, particularly if you tend to perspire heavily when under stress or tension. Steep two teaspoons of sage in one cup of hot water for 15 minutes, strain and drink once a day or throughout the day.
Take chlorophyll, nature's own deoderizer. You can take it in a number of different forms:
Chew a handful of alfalfa or parsley once a day
Purchase liquid chlorophyll from the health store
*Take 500 mg of wheat grass once a day. Take this on an empty stomach, and then wash it down with a glass or more of water.
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