Although sweat itself is fairly odorless when skin is clean, once the bacteria that live on skin mixes with sweat, they multiply and begin to leave an unpleasant odor. The sweatiest areas are usually the smelliest, including the armpits, back, chest, feet and between the legs. That’s because these areas tend to have more sweat-producing follicles and are also dark, warm, moist environments that nurture bacteria. Human body odors change throughout the life cycle, as does someone’s ability to detoxify through their pores. So, unless you are part of the fortunate 2 percent of people who carry an unusual form of a specific gene that means their underarms never smell, you need the help of natural remedies to keep odour at bay.
Body odor is caused by a mix of bacteria and sweat on your skin. Your body odor can change due to hormones, the food you eat, infection, medications or underlying conditions like diabetes.
Symptoms may include:
Topically apply a few drops of the Lymph Blend over the lymph nodes; apply with a light massage movement.
A suggestion would be to follow a good detox program as well.
DIY Deodorant: mix ½ cup of coconut oil and ½ cup of baking soda in a bowl. Add 40 to 60 drops of essential oils and store them in a deodorant container. Recommendations for ladies: Lavender 5ml 10ml, Lemon 5ml 10ml, Jasmine 5ml 10ml and Sage 5ml 10ml. Recommendation for men: Sandalwood 5ml 10ml, Cypress 5ml 10ml, Bergamot 5ml 10ml and Rosemary 5ml 10ml.