A tween boy’s B.O. is often the first puberty symptom parents will need to address.

Puberty-causing hormones typically begin to flow, at low levels, as young as age eight or nine for boys. These hormones affect the glands that produce oil and sweat on the skin While sweat itself doesn’t smell (it’s mostly water), a wet, closed-off environment is a perfect breeding ground for bacteria, which leads to that funky odour.

Your precious baby is starting to smell like an adult. Understand why and what you can do about it HERE