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No: It doesn't sound like a good idea. Babies smell just fine. If a baby smells badly, the parents can talk to the pediatrician about it. It's probably not harmful to put very tiny amounts of cologne on a baby's skin, but it shouldn't be needed. A baby is just fine without any perfume chemicals. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: You likely have non-allergic rhinitis with irritant sensitivity. Medications are available that can help (nasal antihistamine for example). Good to use saline rinse to help remove irritants. Would also want to rule out vocal cord dysfunction, which is a treatable and highly-troubling problem (vocal cord spasm often triggered by irritants/stress). ...Read more
Why when Im outside at night with friends Im always the only one getting bug bites? I have no cologne on to attract them. Prob have 25 bug bites now.
If ingested yes: How toxic depends on the ingredients. Also some people can have an allergy to an ingredient in the cologne. ...Read more
Why do I still smell bad even though i take a shower, wear cologne and wear antiperspirant deodorant?
Spraying cologne in cut after shaving accidentally any risk for infection etc.? Same as aftershave? ?
Quite low: Realize that most fragrances, including cologne's have an alcohol base, which makes it difficult for many microbes to survive. The same can be said of many aftershaves, at least from an alcohol base perspective. Your more likely though, to create irritation of the cut related to the chemicals rather than cause an infection. ...Read more