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Tip of the week: How to conquer sweat, smells, and skin cells

Fumigate your feet. If your feet smell like a piece of aged Limburger, rid them of odor-causing bacteria. Scrub them with a strong, antibacterial soap, particularly between your toes. Afterward, “blast your soles with a hair dryer on the cold setting.”

Get tough on dandruff. Sometimes those “old-school” clarifying shampoos just don’t cut it. Washing your hair with an anti-fungal shampoo will kill dandruff-causing yeast. If you need a “more aggressive fix,” request a Kérastase in-salon treatment—it will keep yeast away “for at least a month.”

Shrink your sweat glands. If antiperspirants don’t help your sweaty palms, consider investing in the pore-shrinking device Drionic, which “sends an electric current into your skin” to shut down sweat glands. If that fails, Botox can treat the most serious cases of excessive sweating.

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