How to Smell Great (Even if You're Covered in Spit-Up)
With these simple tips, nobody will ever know you haven't showered in days and have decaying cereal puffs trapped in your bra
A sweet ideaWhen Theresa Polhill, 35, of Chicago, needs an olfactory pick-me-up, she makes a pit stop in her kitchen. "I use pure vanilla extract instead of perfume," says the mom to 19-month-old Olive. "It helps for when I'm crazed with things to do and there's no time to fuss with products. I just swipe some on when I'm in the kitchen making breakfast for my daughter." Polhill likes vanilla's natural, non-synthetic feel. Plus, it's cheap and she always smells like cookies!
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