7. Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil has antibacterial as well as antiseptic properties to kill bacteria present on the skin and eliminate body odor. Also being an astringent, tea tree oil controls sweating.
- Add two drops of tea tree oil to one ounce (two tablespoons) of water.
- Pour the solution into a spray bottle and use it as a deodorant.
Note: Those who have highly sensitive skin must avoid using tea tree oil.
Turnips have antibacterial properties that help kill odor-causing bacteria. Plus, they are a good source of vitamin C and many other nutrients that help combat body odor.
- Cut two or three turnips into small pieces and put them in a blender to make a paste.
- Put the paste into a sieve and press it with a spoon to extract the juice.
- Apply this juice to your underarms and groin area.
- Allow it to dry on its own, and then rinse it off with lukewarm water.
- Use this remedy each morning to keep yourself free from body odor for at least 10 hours.
You can also include turnips in your diet.