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How to Stay Fresh on Long Trips

When you spend the day in a plane, train or automobile, it’s tough to stay — and feel — clean and fresh. But just because you have a 12-hour flight doesn’t mean you have to leave the plane smelling like it. Here are some tips to help you smell fresh on those long, strenuous travel days.

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