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Honestly... I make a huge effort to making myself smell good. I'll admit that I don't have the same problem like you do. But I like having my scent lingering on places after I leave. It's a very sexy feeling knowing a guy recognizes your scent and gets addicted to it.
I invest in expensive shampoo and conditioner that smells really good (it's not just the scent, I have sensitive hair as well). After I take a shower, I put lotion all over my body. Making sure that there's a little extra around my chest and neck area. And after that, let it air dry a little bit before putting on my clothes (yes, you'll have to stay naked for a little bit). The smell of the lotion shouldn't be very strong. It should just b a very very subtle smell and can only be detected if you put your nose on your skin. And after that, blowdry my hair and then spray perfume behind my years and a little on my hair. The hair actually traps the scent more than your skin. But don't overspray. Now.. I have pretty expensive products... My perfumes costs over $50. But it has lasted for 4 years. You don't have to make that type of investment but the quality helps. Personally.. I don't like deodorant and I don't need it unless I'm working out. But you can use it if you think it's necessary.
I know my routine is pretty insane and crazy... But that's my little secret. This doesn't have to work for you. But I hope you are able to figure something out. Best of luck.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE