The Sweat Dilemma We Are All Too TAKUT To Show

WHAT IS WORSE THAN EXCESSIVE SWEATING IN THE PALMS AND SOLES?

The underarms, because it’s going to show on all your whites and light-colored clothes. This condition is called focal hyperhidrosis and is actually completely healthy.

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Second problem after sweat is body odor.

Sweat is odorless until the bacteria on your skin starts to break it down. However, people with hyperhidrosis just sweat profusely even without heat or excessive movement.

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Here are some tips for active people to prevent that excessive sweating

Wait
Awhile
To Get
Dressed

In hot humid countries, let your body cool off/adjust to room temperature especially after a warm bath before you put clothes on.

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Shave

Barren Land Is Usually Dry

When sweat exits through hair follicles, they stay damp and bacterial infection goes overdrive. Keep a bare minimum to dry faster to keep odors at bay.

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Water Fights Water

Yes, drink lots of plain water to cool down the body. Stay hydrated and the excess water will disperse with urinating and not sweating.

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Wear Breathable, Loose-Fitting Clothing

Wear clothes that are especially loose around the underarms. Keeping it airy and cool is a real big help.

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Antiperspirants Deodorant

Rexona Men Spray can keep your underarms dry and fresh for up to 24 hours with Motionsense™ technology that tops up the freshness when you need it most.

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Perfect for sports and active people

Microcapsules sit on your skin, bursting with friction to release extra fragrance when you need it. So you stay fresh with every movement and be assured Rexona won't let you down.

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