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
The color purpleWhen Sarah, a 32-year-old mom in Los Angeles, needs a little pick-me-up, she goes straight for her Williams Sonoma French Lavender Hand Lotion, $12.95. "I apply it all over my body and even in my hair as a de-frizzer and to make it smell good," she says. She's also started stashing lavender sachets all over her house. "The scent soothes me, so when I get sad or mad, I stuff my face in one and take a huge whiff. It fills my whole body with the scent and actually helps me feel less stressed."
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