Talk to your office manager to organize sanitary packages for the bathroom. That should include things like disposable tooth brushes, antiseptic mouthwash, pads, toilet disposable wet naps (alternative to dry toilet paper), etc. Having those things in the bathroom is not only a great convenience, but also a subtle way to remind everybody about hygiene.
Now, despite people telling you to "not be embarrassed," the reality is that the human brain is a bit more complex than that. Trying to simply overcome something you're uncomfortable with doesn't happen by sheer brute force. While I don't have to deal with it with pads, somewhere around spring and fall, I usually have a couple of weeks (perhaps due to temperature changes) where I have a perspiration problem. Imagine wearing a t-shirt in the cold and still having sweaty armpits. It can be really annoying and embarrassing. If somebody tells me that I shouldn't be embarrassed about it because it's a normal human reaction, it's not just going to make it not embarrassing. I have to take my medical-grade antiperspirant, walk myself to the bathroom and apply it out of sight.
So if you don't think you'll simply become the brave person that everybody says you should be (like I'm not), then feel free to adopt some strategies:
- Put it in your jean pocket; if you have a switcher with pockets, use those pockets.
- Proceed to the bathroom.