I use Scent Killer soap, shampoo and deodorant. Realtree body deodorant and moisturizer. I wear anti bacterial camo that I wash in Scent Killer laundry detergent. Then spray everything down with Scent Killer spray. Make sure I brush my teeth before I go out and use H.S. lip balm.
What's in your scent eliminating arsenal?
I use a scent killer soap or a lot of the time simple unscented white "ivory type" soap and then apply plain baking soda liberally to all the ahem, "stinky spots" including and especially my hair which I try to keep a little shorter during hunting season.
I wash all my camos in the beginning of the season and they are kept outside as dry as possible, on a line, in rotation. If it pours I bring them in and keep them out in the breezeway away from cooking and household odors. If any get really sweaty or contaminated I re-wash them.
If I am hunting all day but come home for lunch I will dust the aformentioned spots, and my hat with dry baking soda, change camos and I'm gone. This is my basic odor control trip.
I sometimes avail myself of the the cheapest scent elim spray out there which is usually HS. I think the wipes are handy especially for long trips or hunts in warm weather. I have also in years past have used a cover scent called "Essence of Fall" Lately it has not been in the budget.
IMHO, day in and day out, baking soda is the cheapest and most effective deodorant available to the hunter or photographer. If you don't believe me put a thin layer in the cat litter pan before you add fresh litter and get back to me. It is one of the most powerful natural oxidizers known and often the main ingredient in what we pay for in commercial products. It is often just buffered to keep the soda from settling out once a hypertonic solution is made. I don't currently own any scent control gear. I sense it may help but in no way is it crucial IMO to getting close and killing deer.
None of this or what anyone else does will mean jack squat if we don't pay close attention to the wind, particularly when bowhunting.