body odour

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Noun1.body odour - malodorousness resulting from a failure to bathebody odour - malodorousness resulting from a failure to bathe
fetidness, malodorousness, stinkiness, rankness, foulness - the attribute of having a strong offensive smell
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And that could lead to a "superdeodorant" which will stop body odour forming.
Help is at hand for those struggling to fight off unwelcome armpit smells during the heatwave, because scientists have come a step closer to blocking body odour.
[U.S.A.], May 15 (ANI): Turns out, an altered body odour can indicate a specific infection among humans.
How do I tell a co-worker they have dreadful body odour? The HR manager said it would be less distressing if it came from me, as just a friendly nudge rather than an official thing.
Good personal hygiene during summer is helpful not only in tackling body odour but also in enabling one stay fresh all day
Body odour can be very offensive but what is strange is the fact that those unfortunate enough to suffer from this, are rarely aware of the problem.
When we perspire, bacteria on the skin multiply and break down sweat into acids which cause unpleasant body odour.
You can do a number of things on your own to reduce sweating and body odour.
Employees said they struggle to confront the issue of body odour directly, with 19 per cent of office workers reporting they had complained to bosses about a colleague's smell.
Japanese consumers have become sensitive to smell and especially body odour, this being a continuing trend from 2013.
Researchers have long thought this was to do with body odour.