This may have been brought up in other threads, but I've had no success in my searches. A medical confession: I'm prone to bacterial skin infections. I've had staph infections numerous times, that have always seemed develop in response to heavy sweat, poor hygiene and unwashed, dirty clothes. When I'm at home, I generally can manage to prevent anything beyond boils/carbuncles (as if that equals prevention).As you can imagine, it becomes really difficult to control infections on the trail. Can you, my forum friends, help me out? Do you have any pointers to share? How have you kept your skin clean in the backcountry? Any ideas as to how I could keep my skin/clothes clean, without adding too much weight to my pack, and compromising the health of the environment (that is, by scattering massive amounts of soapy water after a body wash)? Does anyone have some tips for prevention, other than what's obvious?