Help! My nine-year old nephew was told by his homeroom teacher that he needed to start using deodorant. My sister and I are appalled. He's 9 for goodness sakes. Yes, he's a boy...but he's years away from hitting puberty. Are other moms/parents getting this kind advice? Soap and a shower sounds good enough to me.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:41 PM on Apr. 26, 2009 in Tweens (9-12)
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My 9 year old son puts on deodorant sometimes. He will usually smell his "pit's" and tell me he smells and can he use the deodorant...Like he needs to ask...cuz if it is bad enough to gross him out it is bad enough to make me pass out...lol
Answer by lovmore at 9:26 PM on Apr. 26, 2009Credits: 0 Level 1
my son is eight and he uses it hun. it doesnt matter what age he is it matter that he stinks and people are noticing. get him some man gel and let that be it. hes just starting to smell no big deal
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