As our society evolves, so do the products we put on (and in) our bodies. The trend of all-natural, chemical-free personal care products is widespread - from shampoos to shaving creams to deodorants. While the transition from traditional to natural shampoos may be routine, switching to natural deodorant requires forethought and planning. Our body’s natural detoxification process, while essential, can be a stinky one. Keep reading for our advice on how to make a smooth transition.
Body odor can be an isolating reality and for some, it goes way beyond the initial smelly teen years. With deodorant ads telling us that we should smell like roses, body odor can be distressing when it rears its head in real life. While we typically know our rating on the body odor scale, changes can occur in different phases of life. Medical conditions can sometimes cause body odor, and sudden new smells may be an indicator that something else is going on below the surface.
An intense foot odor can be like an unwanted guest that enters your shoes and socks, and then refuses to leave. It never gives notice before making an appearance and embarrasses you when actual visitors come to your home. Unfortunately, going out when you have stinky feet is not any better. Wouldn’t it be great to know how to get rid of stinky feet before the problem arises? Luckily, this article outlines ways to prevent it.
Isn’t it annoying when sweat stains sneak onto your new wardrobe addition? Whether they’re in the armpits of a crisp black dress shirt or a working to discolor a navy polo collar, sweat stains don’t exactly scream out professionalism. Apart from tainting an otherwise polished appearance, sweat stains can be an expensive problem to treat. It’s not sustainable for the wearer or the environment to replace sullied items each time stains appear. This article shares practical tips for how to remove sweat stains from black shirts to improve garment longevity.
It’s fair to say that we’ve all experienced sweating in some way in our lifetime. While sweaty armpits grab most of the headlines, hand sweat is a real issue that can make everyday actions uncomfortable - from using a keyboard to giving a handshake. There are plenty of antiperspirants out there to help combat hand sweat, but what if you prefer a chemical-free option? Our list of home remedies for sweaty hands will help you to manage the issue quickly and naturally.
As women, we put a lot of effort into our appearance. Nothing can ruin the perfectly planned outfit as fast as sweat marks on your favorite designer blouse. It's not only embarrassing, but it can be expensive when your clothing requires special laundering. If your antiperspirant has left you damp and frustrated, check out our top 10 picks for the best antiperspirant for women.
Most of us slick on our deodorant after a shower without a second thought. However, with a growing consciousness in society of what we put in and on our bodies, an inquisitive mind may start to question. What is deodorant made of? How does deodorant work? What more is there to know? Curious cats - look no further! This article takes a closer look at the chemistry behind deodorant.
Sweat starts to flow when our body’s temperature rises, so it’s not unusual to get sweaty in hot weather, when exercising, or even eating spicy food. Sweating is a clever mechanism used by our bodies to cool us down. And, you’ve most likely noticed that after a good sweat your temperature starts to drop down to normal. However, sweating in humidity is a different ball game. Keep reading to learn why.
Whether you suffer from hyperhidrosis or other health conditions, excessive sweating can keep you from living life to its fullest. It can hinder relationships and limit social activities, not to mention that everyday functions like shaking a hand can cause anxiety. If antiperspirants aren’t cutting it anymore, there are medical options like iontophoresis treatment. Read on for details about iontophoresis.