"I walk into the exam room and the smell is so overpowering that I really want to keep the door open." Of course, sweaty feet are just the beginning.
Trying to scrub off the oil will just leave the skin cracked and irritated.
"Most elementary school kids don't shower every day, and they don't need to," says Tanya Remer Altmann, MD,a pediatrician and author of Mommy Calls and The Wonder Years.
Some teens may prefer to skip days to prevent their hair from drying out.
And how can you get your teenage son -- who, let's be honest, stinks -- to shower every day without relentless nagging?
Explain that taking care of himself is a responsibility, and start treating it like his other household duties.If you're talking about good teen hygiene, that also means talking about puberty.If they don't get the info from you, they'll get some distorted version of it from their peers. Hosted on Digital Ocean All code belongs to the poster and no license is enforced.JSFiddle or its authors are not responsible or liable for any loss or damage of any kind during the usage of provided code.