What causes armpits to smell even with deodorant?

Foul-smelling armpits occur when bacteria break down skin sweat that would otherwise be odorless. Some people sweat more than others and have a condition called hyperhidrosis. This excessive sweating can cause body odor. Excessive sweating can cause a bad odor in the armpits, even if the person washes regularly and uses deodorant or antiperspirant.

Dead skin cells and dirt can build up in the armpits, aggravating the odor problem. The best way to get rid of dead skin cells is to exfoliate your pits every week. You can do this by using a vegetable sponge or by applying an exfoliant to your armpits. This works best on clean-shaved or trimmed armpits.

Finally, an overactive thyroid can cause the body to smell due to increased sweating due to hyperfunction of the thyroid gland. Thyroid dysfunction has many long-term and short-term health implications. If you sweat too much, take it seriously. Please, I need your help because my armpit smells really bad, no matter how I showered and the types of deodorants I used.

In the past six months I noticed that my armpits smell really bad, but a few months later I noticed that my stools smell exactly the same. If regular deodorant makes your skin itchy or burns, the natural route of deodorants may be your best bet to combat armpit odor. It makes me feel very uncomfortable with people because I automatically think they can smell me and they think I'm not hygienic when I actually shower and have sprayed deodorant on myself.

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