Healthy Body

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Healthy Body Hygiene hotspots and all you need to know about keeping skin clean and healthy

Your skin is the first line of defence from the outside world. Every day it comes in contact with pollutants, germs and bacteria. Keeping your skin clean and healthy is important to make sure this protective barrier function stays intact.

Dettol has pulled together a guide to how your skin works with some common queries and issues

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Staying Fresh in Hot Weather

Body odour is the unpleasant smell that our body produces when we sweat. It can be embarrassing for the individual experiencing it at the time, and during the summer season when our families are...

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School hygiene tips

School is an exciting time for your child, but germs and bacteria can spread easily. See Dettol school hygiene tips to help prevent germs and bacteria from spreading.

One thing you’ll...

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Healthy hygiene habits at school

Helping to keep your children healthy at school through good hygiene.

Whether your child is starting school for the first time or returning after the holidays, mixing with...

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Healthy Skin

What is healthy skin and why is it important? All is explained in this guide.

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Body Odour

Body odour can be embarrassing but it’s easy to avoid with good personal hygiene. Find out what causes body odour and how to overcome it.

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Staying Fresh All Day

Body odour is the unpleasant smell that our body produces when we sweat. It can be embarrassing for the individual experiencing it at the time, and during this season when our families are more active and the weather is warmer, there is a greater chance of an unpleasant body odour occurring because with the extra heat, we sweat more.

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The Importance of Personal Hygiene

Good personal hygiene is very important in today’s society for both health and social reasons. Keeping your hands and body clean is vital in stopping the development and spread of illness and infection.

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