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
Germ warfareA recent university study found that new moms wash their hands an average of 27,000 times a day. Carissa Franklin, 35, a Birmingham, Mich., mom of two small boys, has managed to turn the ritual into a little luxury by using Dial Complete Foaming Antibacterial Hand Wash in Soothing White Tea, $3.49. "I'm washing my hands constantly between a potty training toddler and a newborn baby. This hand soap makes me feel like I can still smell good between changing poopy diapers and prepping the family's meals."
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