Sweating between your legs during hot weather and exercise is perfectly normal. It is your body’s way of cooling off when it gets too hot. But when crotch sweat becomes excessive, it can start causing problems in your everyday life. Emotionally, it may lead to feelings of embarrassment and self-consciousness. Physically, it can be extremely uncomfortable and cause other problems like odor and chafing. Keep reading as we take a closer look at the crotch sweat, its potential causes, and ways to stop it.
For people with active lifestyles, personal hygiene is vital to keeping your body feeling clean and smelling fresh. Sometimes our hectic lifestyles require us to freshen up while we’re on the go. There are many ways to keep the sweat and body odor at bay. Using antibacterial body wipes is one of the most effective options. Keep reading for some of the highest rated antibacterial wipes for your body.
A lot of people struggle with excessive sweating. While taking a cold shower or using clinical strength antiperspirant may bring temporary relief, a change in diet might be all you need. It may be surprising to learn that certain foods trigger sweating. Conversely, you may be surprised to learn that there are actually foods to reduce sweating. Keep reading for our list of 13 foods to help you stop sweating.
At some point in life, we've all had to wipe beads of sweat from our faces. It is our body’s way of trying to cool us down. In some cases, however, excessive sweating can become problematic, especially when it is on the face. People who experience excessive face sweating tend to lack confidence in social situations. The good news is that there are ways to help manage face sweating.
In recent years, people have become more conscious about what they put on and in their bodies. The rush to switch to beauty and lifestyle products made from natural ingredients has given the industry a huge boost; and for good reasons too. Many people believe natural deodorants are safer to use. Activated charcoal, a well known antioxidant, is the main ingredient in many natural deodorants. Keep reading for an in-depth look at charcoal deodorant.
If you often wear closed-toe shoes, you may notice a pungent smell emitting from them after some time. This is because your feet sweat and the moisture is absorbed by the material of your shoes. When the moisture builds up, it enables bacteria growth. Bacteria acts on your sweat and causes your shoes to stink. Luckily there are effective home remedies for stinky shoes that will make your shoes feel - and smell - as good as new.
Do you sweat after eating? For many people, it is commonplace to sweatafter eating a spicy entree. It is perfectly normal to sweat after eating certain types of foods and drinking certain drinks. But what ifyou sweat during all of your meals or when you simply think about eating? How concerned should you be? Keep reading to discover what could potentially be causing this and what to do about it.
Have you ever experienced that embarrassing situation when your deodorant stops working? Sadly, your deodorant will most likely fail you at some point. It could be a result of the product you’re using or a change in your body chemistry. Keep reading for our tips on what you can do when your deodorant doesn’t work.
Do you ever get a chill, and then suddenly break out into a sweat without exerting yourself? You may be experiencing cold sweats and not even know it. But don’t fret, you are not alone in these experiences as cold sweating is a common symptom of various conditions. To fully understand what is happening, it is helpful to know the causes of cold sweats, and how to manage them. Keep reading to learn more about cold sweats and the conditions associated with them.
Lately the use of activated charcoal in beauty and health products has rocked the industry. The properties of activated charcoal are numerous. And now, it has found its way into deodorants. Charcoal in deodorant is a powerful ingredient for keeping armpits dry and odor-free. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of charcoal deodorant and find out about 10 top-rated products to try.
Treatments to stop excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, range from home remedies to surgery. If you’re lucky, you find relief from your symptoms with one or more treatments. But some people suffer from severe sweating that interferes with their lives. In these extreme cases, their doctors may suggest hyperhidrosis surgery. In this article, we look at various hyperhidrosis treatments, including surgery.
Are you worried about exposure to the chemicals in traditional deodorants? Instead, try making it yourself at home. The biggest advantage of making deodorant yourself is controlling the ingredients you put into it. It’s actually pretty easy, too. In this article, we explain how to make natural deodorant, list common ingredients, and provide a simple homemade deodorant recipe.
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