Breath of death
Often the cause of this is more sinister than not brushing, so the first port of call should be your GP to rule out the likes of a kidney infection. If this proves fruitless then it’s time to heed your dentist’s advice. On top of brushing, and flossing, use a tongue scraper. Beware mints as sugar can exaggerate bad breath. Instead carry a bottle of breath freshener.



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Rash challenge
While the triggers of a skin flare-up are varied, the most common include too much booze and reactions to shower gels. These products can help: Clinique’s Urgent Relief Cream calms serious attacks while Eucerin’s Day Fluid makes use of green pigment to cancel out the red in your skin and leaves you looking less like you’ve been trawling in the North Sea.



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Pits of Sarlacc
If you spend most days basting in your own juices you may need more than deodorant. In some cases, paralysing the sweat glands with botox is an option, but if that seems a little extreme then… don’t sweat. Stick to natural, loose fitting fabrics in dark colours and try to have a cold shower after exercising, thus closing sweat pores and washing off odour-causing bacteria. A hardcore antiperspirant is an obvious essential, but maybe try the new Lynx3 combinable spray and deodorant. One’s citrus, the other woody, so they can be worn individually or together, depending on your mood: “Am I woody today? Or perhaps citrus? Both even?” Perhaps the most pressing dilemma facing modern man.



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Foot patrol
Stink even though you keep your feet clean? Usually, athlete’s foot is to blame and can be treated easily. If all else fails use a treatment such as Scholl’s foot gel, which works to kill, rather than mask, odours. Follow this with Amenity foot spray from Space nK which has a 360° action, allowing you to spray the can upside down. Snazzy.


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Fallout boys

It’s summer outside, but your shoulders look more like a Bikini Atoll beach circa 1959. Consider the cause: dandruff is prompted by an imbalance in the scalp’s PH level, which is not the same as having a dry scalp. To sooth an inflamed pate, try Boots’ pre-scalp treatment and to prevent further whiteout, opt for Phyto Phytheol dandruff lotion.