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Personal Hygiene What is puberty?

Time of change from child to adult When the body reaches maturity Physical and emotional changes occur Bodies develop and become fertile Personal Hygiene and Puberty Changes with puberty skin and hair get oily

new hair growth more sweat and a smell (body odor) Important part of being healthy Helps you feel good and shows your best you Clean Hair Oil, sweat and dead skin cells make your hair look

greasy and causes it to smell Hair follicles make oil to keep your hair soft Your scalp has sweat glands and sheds dead skin cells Wash your hair every day or every other day to control oily hair and stop it from smelling Use warm water and a small amount of shampoo to make a foam in your hair as you wash and massage

your scalp well Healthy Skin Oilier skin face back Acne oil and dirt builds up in pores of the skin which can lead to

acne Ways to help Wash your face once or twice a day Use warm water and mild soap Dont squeeze, pick or pop pimples Smelling Clean Sweat glands

become more active produces sweat (perspiration) Body odor: Results when sweat comes into contact with bacteria on the skin Bacteria grows in sweaty places armpits, genitals and on your feet

Smelling Clean Bathe/shower every day with mild soap and warm water Deodorant can help control odor and antiperspirant reduces the amount of sweat from our armpits Teeth Brush after meals and before going

to bed each day Prevents cavities Keeps smelly bacteria from growing in your mouth Swish water to remove food from your mouth if you cannot brush after lunch

Teeth A clean mouth smells nice when talking to others 2 for 2 is what you do! Clean Clothes Change clothes and undergarments every day because

of more sweating during puberty Undergarments collect the most dead skin cells, sweat and other personal excretions Clothes start to smell as bacteria grow on the sweaty parts Shoes and Feet Feet have the largest collection of sweat glands

Shoes and socks are the perfect place for sweat and bacteria to make odor

Wash your feet daily Dry your feet before putting on socks Wear clean socks Keep your shoes clean Remove your shoes at home to let them air out Hand Washing

Important Part of Being Clean! Personal Hygiene Its a big deal! With a clean body, clean hair,

clean clothes and shoes, you will feel good about yourself and your friends will be happy to be near you too!

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