A Fresh Take On Deodorant

The smell is one of the most powerful senses. Everyone has a distinctive scent of their own,
and no one can get rid of all bodily odors. The smell can be used to identify a person,
remember memories, and even transmit emotions. A study published in the journal
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin found that people who smell bad are seen as less
attractive, more aggressive, and less intelligent. Unpleasant odors from the body such as that
of sweat can negatively affect one’s personality.
Each of us has a unique sweat profile and the amount of smell produced varies depending on
the weather, exercise, nutrition, diseases, weight, heredity, hormones, and more.
Dietary supplements based on natural ingredients are great for combating unpleasant body
odors. Chlorophyllin, parsley, and peppermint are three natural plant-derived chemicals that
make up a new body odor-neutralizing supplement Ever Fresh.
Ever Fresh dietary supplement works from within, offering all-day confidence and odor-
eliminating assurance, unlike topical deodorants, colognes, or body sprays. Ever Fresh helps
to regain a fresh-scented, healthy peace of mind rather than overapplying, over-spraying,
relying on unhealthy chemical-laden products, and feeling self-conscious throughout the day.
It not only works for combating sweat odor throughout the body but also fights bad breath.
Here we will dive deeper and learn some research-based evidence about odor neutralizing
properties of the green ingredients chlorophyllin, peppermint, and parsley used in this
supplement and their ability to influence the smell of the body.

Chlorophyll, a green pigment found in plants, is used to make chlorophyllin. Chlorophyllin
has been used in complementary medicine to help mask the smell of feces or pee.
Chlorophyllin is a powerful deodorizer that can effectively get rid of menstruation,
underarms, foot, and other body odors.
Chlorophyllin tablets were found to be effective in reducing fecal and body odors in a test
group of 62 elderly nursing home residents. Additionally, it helped to relieve chronic
constipation which is one reason for bad breath, and also helped to reduce excessive
flatulence. There were no toxic or other negative effects noticed giving the idea that
chlorophyllin is a safe and effective remedy for dealing with bad odors.

Peppermint is a well-recognized natural herb with over 40 distinct chemical compounds
including menthol and menthone. It not only serves culinary purposes but is also incredible
for reducing bad body odors.
Peppermint scent is capable to increase lung capacity and inhaling ability in healthy
volunteers that keep the breath fresh.
The herb peppermint has been used for centuries to neutralize unpleasant body smells.
Peppermint oil has been used in various studies as an effective treatment for bad breath, body
odor, and other malodorous conditions. This oil is obtained from the peppermint plant by
steam distillation of the leaves and flowering tops of the plant. This colorless or pale yellow
liquid has a sweet, cool, refreshing scent that counteracts nose-offending body odors and this
oil is naturally present in this supplement containing peppermint.

Parsley is a plant with a wide range of health benefits. It can be used in salads, soups, and as
an herb in many dishes. Parsley is a popular natural folk remedy for overpowering body
scents and is also frequently used in mouthwash for concealing foul odors and leaving a
pleasant scent behind.
Because parsley is known to have odor-preventing characteristics with its fresh scent and
high chlorophyll content, including it in the diet by eating it fresh, steeping a teaspoon in
boiling water with chopped parsley, and drinking the tea, or taking a supplement can all help
mask body odor.
Parsley is specifically known to effectively fight bad sulfur compounds that generate bad
odors. In a study, the odor of diallyl disulfide was extraordinarily reduced by compounds
such as methanethiol, propanethiol, and 2-propanethiol in parsley. Some physical and
chemical interaction between volatile sulfur compounds and parsley makes deodorization
The high antioxidant levels in herbs such as parsley and peppermint make detoxification easy
and when the body is well-cleansed, it hardly smells bad.

The natural ingredients parsley, peppermint, and chlorophyllin work great to give you
freedom from body odors and spread confidence, positivity, trust, and uplifting. The
supplement ‘Ever Fresh’ is an outstanding solution for both the people and the planet.
In conclusion, there is very little research and information about dietary elements that affect
body odors, and even less research has been done on the impact of aromatic herbs on body
odor. However, when included in the diet, the strong antioxidant content of herbs and their
many other health advantages can be particularly beneficial in reducing offensive odor.

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