In a church situation you could ask the pastor to talk to the person.
At work, HR gets the honors.
Depending on circumstances, you could try a gift basket of hygiene products.
A young friend, who was raised by wolf-like parents (long story- shudder) had this problem. I included her in conversations with my daughter ( after clueing said daughter in) about general hygiene matters. For example, before going out: "Daughter, you did remember to use that new deodorant I got you, didn't you? That last one didn't seem to work so well." Daughter (long suffering sigh) " of course I did Mom. How was I supposed to know not every product works on every one." It helped.
I also gave her products that I "didn't like". Along the lines of " Hey, this soap makes my skin too dry, want to try it and see if it works better for you?"
We've also had general going on job interview conversations: Make sure you shower, wash your hair, pack extra resumes, leave early, smile, shake hands, no flip flops etc.
Good luck. It's a very delicate situation!
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