Whether you wear a uniform or a suit and tie, you always want to look your best. Unfortunately, if you pit out every day or suffer from butt sweat, your clothes may not project the image you want. What’s worse is when the sweat settles in and becomes a permanent fixture… forcing you to pay a professional to clean your clothes, to learn how to remove the stains yourself, or to buy new clothes. We suggest another option: prevent those pesky stains. Stay one step ahead of the game with our advice on how to stop sweat stains from happening in the first place.
One of the best ways to stop sweat stains on your clothes is to create a barrier between your sweat and clothes. By wearing specially designed undergarments, like Ejis sweat proof undershirts and sweat proof boxer briefs, you can stop sweat from ever reaching your clothes. All Ejis sweat proof products have strategically placed waterproof layers when you need the most protection. They are treated with real silver ions to prevent odor-causing bacteria.
A simple and effective way to prevent sweat stains is to use a clinical strength antiperspirant, which is the strongest antiperspirant you can buy without a prescription. An antiperspirant is a topical treatment containing aluminum compounds that temporarily plug the sweat glands.
If needed, you can freshen up with antiperspirant wipes throughout the day or following a workout. Each wipe is individually packaged and prepared with the perfect amount of formula. They are easy and discreet to carry for those on the go.
In order for antiperspirant to effectively block your sweat glands, proper applicationis key. For best results, apply the antiperspirant on clean and dry skin before you go to bed. This allows the formula to kick into action before you start sweating. There’s no need to reapply in the morning as most clinical antiperspirants last for a minimum of 24 hours. You may also want to shave or trim your armpit hair so the product makes direct contact with your skin.
Another technique for how to stop sweat stains is to wear clothing made from natural and breathable fabrics, like linen and cotton. The advantage of breathable fabrics is that they, predictably, allow your skin to breathe by allowing air to flow through easily. This also helps sweat evaporate while keeping you cool and fresh. Linen and cotton are not the only options. Other synthetic fabrics like nylon and polyester are also good choices. They are light-weight and quick-drying, though they tend to retain odors.
Writing in a daily journal gives you clues about your sweat triggers.
Sweat stains often become stubborn if they are not washed or treated soon after revealing themselves. Washing your sweaty clothes as soon as you take them off will prevent the sweat from settling into the fabric. If you know you have sweat patches lurking and don’t have time to do laundry, simply rinse the affected areas to keep the stains temporary rather than permanent.
Keeping a journal is a great way to start taking back control of your body. Each day, record your wardrobe, activities, emotional state, and food/beverage consumption. After a while, your entries may reveal sweat trigger patterns you have not yet considered. You may notice that you sweat more or less at a particular time of day, in periods of rest, or even after drinking a certain beverage. Writing in a daily journal gives you clues about solutions for your sweat triggers and the best ways to avoid them.
The benefits of learning how to stop sweat stains are immeasurable! You will save money on professional laundering fees, laundry products, and the cost of replacing sweat-stained clothes. We think you'll feel even more confident by wearing Ejis sweat proof undergarments (buy from our shop or on Amazon) to protect your clothes from sweat stains.