To do: shower (don't forget to clean under your nails and in all the hard to reach spots), shave (or groom facial hair), brush and floss teeth, launder clothing, wash hands frequently.
Personal hygiene matters, from keeping you healthy to keeping the women in your life, well, around you.
It's not that most women will make a fuss if you skip the occasional shower or shave, but your overall personal cleanliness may be more important to the female persuasion than you realize.
Studies tell us that women evaluate men based on their qualities as a potential mate (and vice versa), but not with cues you may think. Smell is important to women, and not only that a man smells clean.
You probably remember that Sunday afternoon when your dad pulled you aside and taught you how to shave like a man.
Unfortunately, this is about the only formal lesson you got in personal hygiene and grooming. Perhaps this is all a big conspiracy put on by the makers of Axe Body Spray; they want to ensure that guys have no idea how to avoid smelling like sweaty apes without dousing themselves in cologne and deodorant.
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The freshness of your breath is the ambassador of your words.
You could be whispering the sweetest of sonnets into someone’s ear, but if you smell like you just gargled a sewer rat, it’s going to be a turnoff no matter what.
Or maybe it’s just not very cool for bros to sit around and brag about their personal hygiene.
Either way, there are some serious personal hygiene tips and habits that are missing from the average male’s daily routine.