Jefferson said:Does anybody know of any other more credible sources of DMSO in Europe?
I ordered form this website several times and never had any problems. Its not cheap but it is a real deal.Alada said:I ordered it from here, their shipping charges to Europe look reasonable too (quoted as £3.99): http://www.phhealth.co.uk/products-page/dmso/
Even using perfume some people will notice that odor. What I did is to take early at night such that at the next day morning only left few odor and take a bath before go out.ermete55 said:anyone know if it is possible to mask the dmso body odor? the smell of garlic is strong
I saw that too. D-limonene is a terpene found in citrus oils (orange, lemon, mandarin, lime, and grapefruit) citrus fruit.ermete55 said:so, there is no way to mask odor? i read the someone use d-limonene to that purpose
_http://www.womansday.com/health-fitness/nutrition/a2630/7-foods-that-fight-odors-123915/"The acids in citrus fruits help flush water through your body. And because citrus also contains fiber, they move through your system slowly and flush out toxins that contribute to body odors,"
_https://dailyhealthpost.com/put-away-your-cancer-causing-deodorant-and-stock-up-on-this-odor-fighting-fruit-instead/Lime contains natural antibacterial compounds that will kill odor-causing bacteria without harming healthy bacteria.
When ingested or applied to the skin, the fruit also fights odor-causing fungi like candida, so feel free to add some to your water and drink it every day to deodorize your body from the inside out!
. . . magnesium absorption through the skin can be greatly increased by mixing it with DMSO, an organic solvent with antioxidant properties. You may mix equal parts of magnesium oil and concentrated or 70% DMSO and apply it over problem areas. For treating larger skin areas you may also use both in a much more diluted form. For additional skin improvement possibly add some glycerine and/or sodium ascorbate.