Body Odor Remover Products That Are Safe For Children Aged 11 Years?
Dear The doctor at the place, Bln this June my daughter (kls 6) is 12 years old and has started menstruating since 6 months ago. My daughter is a smart kid, lively, cheerful, active in sports, confident and happy to get along. But recently I got a complaint from his teacher about my daughter’s body odor. He mentioned that some of his friends and other teachers began to complain about my daughter’s body. The teacher suggested that I give MBK powder to my daughter. Because I had never experienced a similar problem, so even though I never used any deodorant or anything like that, so I doubted the teacher’s solution. But I have done various methods, starting from routinely telling my daughter to take a shower (she bathes 3 times a day and shampooes every day), often changing clothes, reducing certain spices in cooking, to buying body mist / spray made from natural ingredients that are safe for children … but not give maximum results. And now my daughter’s teacher for the second time has submitted complaints and suggestions for my daughter to use MBK powder. What I want to ask, what is MBK powder, and is it safe to use it by my 11th child? Is consuming deodorant / anti perspirant like rexona etc safe for my daughter? If not, what product is safe? Thank you for your time and enlightenment. thank you
Sometimes a person can experience body odor problems, if left untreated, it certainly can disturb people around and their social life later. Body odor itself can be influenced by hormonal changes at puberty, poor body hygiene, consumption of strong-scented foods, and conditions (eg hyperhidrosis / excessive sweating and diabetes).
To help deal with teenage body odor, you can try some of the following tips:
Keep your body clean Make sure the child showeres every day and cleans the body, especially the armpits, genitals, and legs Reduce food that has a strong scent. Wear children clothes made from cotton that absorbs sweat. yang paraben and allumunium free If the child's body odor is still disturbing, it would be better if you bring the child to consult further with the pediatrician. The doctor will do an examination to determine whether there are certain medical conditions that make body odor difficult to remove, and then provide more optimal treatment for your child.
Hope it helps you,