Deodorants have been saving us from body odor for decades. There are many brands, designs, shapes, and scents to choose from, however, the overarching choice comes down to the application mode and its result. This begs the question, which is really best: spray or stick deodorant? Read this article for the lowdown on the difference between these two deodorant types and ultimately, which is the best one for you.
It is natural for us to emit body odors. We are human after all. We bathe, apply deodorant and even dab on aftershave to keep unpleasant odors at bay. However, a sudden change in body odor may be alarming, especially if it doesn’t go away or can’t be masked by our usual arsenal of products. To help you identify the possible cause, we list the symptoms that usually accompany a change in body odor and examine six common reasons for it.
You walk into a crowded elevator on a Monday morning. As the elevator goes up to the 15th floor, you notice that everyone is slowly peeling back from you with their hands across their noses. As you start to get off on your designated floor, you watch as they part like the Red Sea to clear the way for you. While most people experience occasional body odor, few of us really know why we get it. Read on to learn about seven potential causes of B.O.
Body odor is a byproduct of sweat interacting with the bacteria that is already on your skin. To combat body odor coming from your armpits, many people use a deodorant. But what kind? In this article, we highlight the pros and cons in the great gel vs solid deodorant debate to help you choose the best product for your needs.
Long gone are the days of Dad’s cotton undershirts and tightie-whitie briefs. Luckily, men now have options beyond bulky cotton undergarments. Micromodal is one of the new “go to” fabrics used in a premium underwear and loungewear. In this article, learn about the composition of micro modal and its most desirable properties, and how it fares in the contest of micromodal vs cotton.
For the sweaty person, dealing with armpit sweat stains on your shirts can feel like a full-time job. With all that hair growing in your armpits, you may have wondered, does shaving armpits help with sweat? In this article, we will break down the answer and give you tips to help with your armpit sweat.