How to Reduce Underarm Wetness

Perspiration or sweating is a normal body function that helps to cool the body when it is subjected to heat. But, for some people it becomes a problem and a cause of social embracement. Abnormal underarm sweating can lead a person towards isolation.


Tips to reduce underarm wetness:

Mentioned below are some tips that will help you to reduce your underarm wetness and keep them free of any odour.

•Use Antiperspirant: Antiperspirants are engineered particularly to reduce the amount of sweat that is produced by the sweat glands. Opt for an antiperspirant with aluminum chloride.
• Wear loose-fitting, light-coloured clothes to avoid over sweating. Natural fiber clothing allows our skin to breathe, and therefore leads to less sweating. Stay away from synthetic fabrics in the hot summer months.
Avoid stress and anxiety as these conditions increase your body temperature and lead to underarm sweating.
• Include pineapple and papaya in your diet. These foods contain natural enzymes that aid in digestion and reducing sweating and odour.
• Stay away from caffeine, alcohol and spicy foods as they can aggravate this problem. If you can not then at least try to drink caffeine in moderation or opt for decaffeinated coffee instead.
Drink six to eight glasses of water daily to keep your body cool and hydrated.
• Use an antibacterial cleanser for your body to keep odour at bay.
• Taking a daily zinc tablet may reduce perspiration significantly.

Do you suffer from heavy underarm wetness? If yes, then what do you do to keep yourself fresh all day long? Share your tips and tricks with us.

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15 thoughts on “How to Reduce Underarm Wetness

  1. Some people have bad body odour! Ugh!!!! :yikes: and when they hug you or raise their hand……it drifts off real bad.. :yuck: …..and no…they dont use deo :waiting: or sometimes wear same clothes for two days straight.. :bash: …or dont wash armpits…… :scream:

    They cant smell themselves? :spank: :spank: :spank: Cant they use Deos?

    For wetness, they have small cotton pads to be stuck under the dress…..under the sleeves and your expensive blouses, kurtas will be safe.

    I use body sprays from Bath and Body works after workouts, I use perfumes (my fav is Clinique Happy and Davidoff Cool Water) when going out…..I wash my armpits if they are sweaty…..

  2. Halle Berry is very beautiful, but that photo of her is just nasty. 😀 😛 People who tend to sweat excessively should definitely take care to use a super heavy-duty antiperspirant & deodorant in one. :))

  3. In this pic Halle Berry is looking a cros-between Mallika SHerawat and Halle :toothygrin: :toothygrin: :toothygrin:

    Nice tips Era :waytogo: :waytogo: :waytogo:

  4. I too use antiperspirant……..attending summer weddings is absolutely embarrassing without a good antiperspirant…..still it is not 100% effective!!
    Any suggestions of a good antiperspirant?

  5. The best thing to control perspiration in underarms area is to keep a talc of any brand handy with you..and also apply the talc in underarms before leaving the home.It helps a lot to control perspiration.I always carrry any brand like spinz or helps a lotttt… :toothygrin:

  6. deos leave marks in long run, besides, if u have just waxed, it is not advisable to use Deo, besides excessive use in long run may cause breast cancer.
    Rubbing a peice alum after bath in underarms keep the sweat away…try it, works wonders!
    Rati, but do share some very effective tips for dark underarms.

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