Many blessings and health to all our followers and welcome to a new video from our channel! Today, we’ll talk about eliminating the bad smell of your underarms forever with these simple tricks.
One of the areas of the body that generates more sweat are the armpits. In these armpits, germs and bacteria accumulate that produce the bad smell that displeases us all. Contrary to what is believed, this smell does not necessarily have to do with lack of hygiene. Many times, it is related to hormonal problems or imbalances in the pH of the skin. The excessive sweating gives way to the accumulation of bacteria that produce the unpleasant bad smell. And despite the use of deodorants and antiperspirants, the bad smell persists and generates low self-esteem for those who suffer from it, and in some cases, even depression, as they are isolated for fear that others will notice the smell.
But fear not! There are ways to eliminate the bad smell once and for all from your armpits with these simple tricks. Take note of these 9 homemade tricks and you will see that in a few days, you will no longer have any problems with the unpleasant odor from your armpits.
1. Sage Infusion
Drink a cup of sage infusion every day since it contributes to reducing the activity of sweat glands.
2. Fresh Leaves of Salvia mixed with Tomato Juice
Apply a handful of fresh leaves of salvia mixed with tomato juice on your armpits. This will be as effective as a commercial deodorant.
3. Willow Bark Tea and Borax
Wet your armpits with a mixture of willow bark tea and borax.
4. Cornstarch or Rice Powder
Powder your clean and dried armpits with cornstarch or rice powder.
5. Baking Soda and Lemon Juice
Wash your armpits with a mixture of one tablespoon of baking soda and the juice of a lemon.
6. Witch Hazel Lotion
Apply lotion witch hazel on the skin of your armpits with the help of a cotton ball.
7. Tea Tree Oil
Apply a few drops of tea tree oil on your armpits.
8. Lettuce or Apple Cider Vinegar
Wash your armpits with the liquid of a lettuce squeezed or with apple cider vinegar, using a gauze.
9. Talc and Bicarbonate
After bathing, mix talc and bicarbonate in equal amounts and apply it to your armpits once dry.
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