how can a smoker be near a nonsmoker without that dreadful stink?
I have just started to date a smoker, but even when he is not near me I can still smell the smoke from his body . this takes me about 3 days to no longer smell the dreadful cigarette smell .He has not smoked in my house or near me
As a smoker I can say that the stink is one of the worst things about this bad habit. There really is no way to get rid of the stench unless you stop smoking. Yes, you can douse yourself with cologne, but I think that increases the smelliness. Listerine for the odors that come out of the mouth works.
But, most of the odors you are smelling originate from the clothes, and skin (mainly hands, and face).
There's not much that can be done unless he stops smoking. Which can be a very hard habit to break.
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