Prevent Underarm Odor With Antibacterial Soap

Underarm sweat only smells because of the bacteria that grows there. If you use an antibacterial soap (I use one called Safeguard), you won't need to apply deodorant as well.

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April 1, 20140 found this helpful

Read up on anti bacterial soaps. They are being over used and encouraging the germs to become stronger. Regular soap and deodorant is the better way to go.

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December 2, 20140 found this helpful

I realise that you might not want to use a soap containing triclosan, but Wright's Traditional Soap has Tea Tree Oil as its active ingredient - provided that you are not allergic to tea tree oil, this should be acceptable. Some also question the chemicals used in many deodorants.

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