Don’t we all love to smell divine all the time? Our daily routine includes applying perfume before stepping out of the house. However, monsoon humidity creates an unpleasant odor that can be challenging to remove. Do not worry; We’ve got some handy tips to make sure you smell amazing this monsoon.
1. Use an ideal shower gel.
Although many people say that taking a shower is a no-brainer to leave you feeling less greasy and smelling better, using a shower gel with a lingering scent will work wonders. Rub the points on your skin to release the perfume whenever you feel the moisture coming your way.
2. Choose the right type of perfume.
It’s important to choose the right fragrance for your body, which is harder than it looks. It requires work and excellent judgment. There are many perfumes and mists available; While choosing one, make sure it complements your natural body odor and is pleasing to the nose. Consider choosing long-lasting fragrances during monsoons.
3. Use of fragrance.
Both the type of fragrance you use and the method of applying it to your body are important. No matter how expensive your perfume, cologne or scented oil is, if you don’t use it properly, you won’t get the full benefit. When perfume is applied to the pulse points, it will instantly change their scent to match your body chemistry. As a result, when your body warms up, a pleasant smell naturally comes out. Apply deodorant to your wrists, the area behind your knees and behind your ears.
4. Pay attention to the scent of your detergent.
Most people don’t care what kind of detergent they use, but the detergent you use to wash your clothes also affects how you smell. Most laundry soaps and detergents have strong fragrances. Even in wet weather, you must choose one that appeals to your scent.
5. Take note of your attire.
Using the right deodorant or perfume isn’t the only factor in how you smell. The way a person smells is greatly influenced by the texture of their clothes. Your clothing choices affect how you smell throughout the day. Unlike wearing polyester, heavy and tight clothes during monsoons, wearing light fabrics and light colored clothes can help prevent sweating. Always choose clothes that make you feel most comfortable.
Contribution from ITC Fiama