Excess armpit sweating and odor create us lots of problems when it is hot outside. We present you some easy tricks and natural remedies to keep your underarms dry.
Baby powder: Apply some baby powder or talcum powder on your underarms to absorb the excessive sweat. But, firstly, apply your antiperspirant. It will help you prevent the sweat absorption by your clothes, for not leaving yellowish stains on it.
Sanitizer: Use facial wipes, sanitizing wipes, or even sanitizer to get rid of the bacteria which provoke the unpleasant odor, as well as to refresh your underarms.
Sweat pads: They help you remain fresh and dry, protecting the clothes from staining and odor.
Antiperspirant: Use deodorant each time you want to go out somewhere, or after taking a shower. Try several types of antiperspirant deodorants and choose the one which suits all your requirements. It will decrease the volume of armpits sweating and will hide the odor.
Apple cider vinegar: In a glass bottle, pour ¾ with filtered or distilled water and ¼ with apple cider vinegar. Close the bottle well and shake it. Apply a small quantity of this combination on a cotton pad and rub with it your armpits. Let it act for a half of hour, or, if your skin tolerates well the apple cider vinegar, you may leave it for overnight. It is considered an efficient remedy against sweating and odor. Wash off then with water and soap.
Cornstarch: Mix cornstarch with sodium bicarbonate in a proportion of 1:1. Apply by patting underarms in quality of natural deodorant.
Lemon juice: Squeeze the juice of a fresh lemon and apply it on your armpits. You can also take just few slices of lemon and directly put on armpits. Fresh lemon juice is effective in whitening the darkish skin of your armpits as well.
Sodium bicarbonate: Baking soda is known to soak unpleasant odors and liquid. The same it proceeds when it is applied on armpits: soaks the excess sweat and odor, leaving your underarms fresh. For a better result, apply it on clean, shaved, dry armpits.