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What is the best way to control underarm sweat?
There are those nervous times when you just cannot control the amount you perspire. What is the best way to control underarm sweat?
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I have seen some special deodorants that can help control under-arm sweats.
Move somewhere cold.
Bath every day and wear deodorant, but I think realistically there are times when that just might not cut it, especially if you have to be outdoors during the day in Summer with temperatures in the thirties and forties.
Use deodorant that doesn't leave any white marks, and shower after working out at the gym regardless also helps.
There's this roll on deodorant that you can put on that sometimes works.
If anything you have asked for from your chemist, has not worked...Time to go to the doctor.
It could be a more in-depth problem...that only the doctor can help you with.
Worth a visit,believe me.
Use Rexona Women Clinical Protection. I am a huge sweater without it. I have written a review about it
I use a deodorant stone. I do not worry about perspiring it's a normal thing for your body to do. As long as you shower every day and do not smell i see no real problem
Shower DAILY, with SOAP, & use good quality Deodorant, be it Spray, Stick or Roll-on, refresh at lunch break if required. We had use of a Shower at work.
When at Army, only ONE worked for me ALL day, & that was 'Aramis Stick'. It's' 'perfume/scent' was not overpowering, & kept me dry in the worst heat/humidity during January Training Camps!
I think I keep ALL the deodorant & powder Companies' in business, 'cos I can't stand being 'stinky'! Lol!
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