have discovered that Axe scents break down
in a sickly way when combined with formal textiles & high heat/sweat→
Am gonna have to explore the usage of non-scented deos, and consider undershirts, and pay more attention to using cologne for scents. (The other problem with scented deos is that I like to use a fair amount including re-application and the scent is fairly lasting on clothes/skin so that's also not the most tasteful/considerate approach.)
How's it supposed to work when everything has its own scent anyway.
Like, if you put something in your closet for your clothes that's gonna have it's own scent. Then your detergent (and/or softener) is gonna have its own scent. Same if you put something like a sachet in the dryer. Then your toothbrush, mouthwash, soap/body wash, shampoo, conditioner, facewash, shaving cream, aftershave, moisturizer etc. all have their own scents. This is before we get into the more natural smells in the textiles & your skin. etc. Of course sometimes it's useful to have different fragrances (like scents from shampoo left on hair that can only be smelled up real close). I guess the other mitigating factor is that a lot of these fade out quick. But still, you know? It's a barrage.
Plus they probably done clubbed baby seals to create these chemical scents anyway. It's a scam I tell you.