Onions are often used in many dishes. However, the pungent smell of onion on hand is not pleasant. You can use some food and utensils in the kitchen to deodorize the onions.
Add salt to the palm and add some water to dissolve the salt. Use this mixture to rub your hands and wash your hands with clean water and dry them. Salt not only eliminates odor but also exfoliates dead skin cells for beautiful hands, helping to soften your hands.
However, fresh milk should be used to moisturize your hands after you wash your hands with salt to prevent dryness. You can also use sugar or coffee powder to replace salt. The use of sugar has the advantage of not causing pain in the case of open wounds.
Dip your onion into the bowl of tomato juice for 5 minutes. Then wash your hands with dishwashing liquid. Tomatoes can “blow” many odors, including the smell.
Squeeze some fresh lemon juice in the bowl and soak your “smelly” hands in lemon juice for 3 minutes. Vinegar or mouthwash are the alternatives when your home does not have lemon.
Use a little bit of rubbing cream on your hands and wash your hands with soap. Butter will make you feel slippery, but they will smell bad and also help moisturize your hands. Without butter, you can use toothpaste.
Remove a large orange peel, chop the orange and rub into hands for 2 minutes and then wash your hands with clean water. Repeat many times if the smell is not over. After washing, your hands will have a pleasant smell of orange oil.
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