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3 Hacks to help you smell good through the day

by V Lakshmi / Monday, 10 July 2017

3-hacks-to-helpIt might be pouring cats and dogs outside, but the monsoon isn’t going to stop your from smelling if you are prone to excessive perspiration. While it’s important to choose perfumes wisely, here are some tips that will help the fragrance last longer…

Use petroleum jelly
To lock the fragrance of perfumes, apply petroleum jelly on pulse points like wrists, necks, elbows, ankles and knees. That’s because oily skin can retain the essence of perfumes better. You can also use regular moisturisers.
Don’t apply antiperspirant when your body is wet
We get that you are always in a hurry to make it to college/work on time, but if you don’t want to offend your neighbour with your body odour, do everyone a favour and pat yourself completely dry after a shower before spritzing on the antiperspirant. Gauri Marshitkar, a salon expert, says, “Some people have severe body odour. In such cases, rub a little hand sanitiser under your arms. In fact, even alcohol can help keep odour at bay.”


Where you store your perfume matters
Aesthetician Krishnan K says, “Never leave your perfume and deodorants in the bathroom or other damp and cold places. It’s advisable to put your bottle of perfume back in its original box. Otherwise, the fragrance will not last long.”