Excessive sweating is a very common problem. In fact, it affects approximately 25% of the population at some point in their lives. When you’re prone to getting sweaty under your arms, sweat can be unpleasant and uncomfortable for both men and women. It’s especially bad when you’re out in public places or meeting people that are new to you – not only does this make you look odd but your body odor may also put others off as well! The good news though is that there are plenty of options available which should help reduce excessive sweat so if it’s an issue for you then hopefully these suggestions will help ease those embarrassing moments!
First up we have antiperspirants because these products work by blocking the production of sweat from within each hair follicle (therefore preventing it from escaping). There are several different types however and which one works best depends on how much excess sweating occurs:
1: Underarm & Side Sweating – For this type, regular use of deodorant spray will suffice as they contain just enough ingredients to control side-sweat while leaving other areas unmedicated. Over time though it could start causing problems such as dryness or stinging so make sure to check the instructions before using them regularly over long periods of time (especially if used alongside another product such as antiperspirant).
2: Heavy Sweating – For those who suffer with really sweaty armpits this may be more suitable because they tend to produce larger