It Turns Out That Not Everyone Needs To Wear Deodorant

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It Turns Out That Not Everyone Needs To Wear Deodorant

It Turns Out That Not Everyone Needs To Wear Deodorant – For those of you who have a problem sure deodorant body odor or other fragrance products became mandatory for use after a bath. But in reality, not everyone should wear deodorant, especially those who have the genes on this one.

People with a gene called ABCC11, including lucky people because they don’t need deodorant. According to Santiago Rodriguez, Ph.d., a researcher, this gene that causes underarm has no chemical substance which when mixed with sweat produce unpleasant aromas.

Naturally, the chemicals in underarm sweat, who met with bacteria and certain foods can produce body odor. While this does not happen in people who have the gene.

In January 2013, Ian Day, an expert in genetic epidemiology at the University of Bristol, together with Santiago Rodriguez, PhD, senior lecturer in molecular population genetics and Genetic Epidemiology of Bristol Laboratories, co-authored the study associated the deodorant.

They conduct surveys to 6,495 women. Both found that two percent of the participants as much as 117 women who have gene ABCC11, don’t need deodorant.

 

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