When the temperature rises, every woman knows this problem: We sweat under and between the breasts. Not only can this be uncomfortable, but it can also cause sweat stains and even sore spots. We reveal what helps against sweating under the chest.
Unsightly spots of sweat, annoying heat pimples, or even sore skin - we know all these problems on hot days when we sweat under our chests. We reveal which tips help against sweat under and between the breasts.
In order to avoid perspiration under the breast, the right bra is essential. Not only the right size but above all the material is crucial. Synthetic materials such as polyester, rayon, or polyamide are not breathable and therefore increase the risk of sweat stains. If we get hot, the moisture builds up under the fabric - with unpleasant consequences for our skin. Bra inserts also promote this effect: push-up pillows provide more friction and warmth and are also mostly made of synthetic materials.
Instead, use light bralettes made of cotton or other breathable fabrics such as silk on hot days. This allows the moisture to dry out and does not show up unattractively under the T-shirt.
Good old baby powder helps against sores as well as sweat. And it is also cheap and gentle on the skin! The zinc particles it contains help keep the skin dry and also counteract rashes and skin irritation. The only disadvantage: you have to re-powder after a few hours. However, it is ideal for a short appointment, lunch, or a date!
Who says deodorant is only for the armpits? What works under the arms can be just as helpful under our breasts. This beauty trick also works against unpleasant odors. Skin experts advise applying the deodorant under and between the breasts before going to bed so that the body has time to absorb the active ingredients. In addition, the nourishing moisture of the deodorant helps to prevent friction and thus prevents sore spots.
For more severe complaints, antibacterial solutions such as Triclosan or Octenisept from the pharmacy are suitable.
The ultimate trick for particularly heavy sweating: glue light panty liners to the bottom of your bra. These absorb the moisture, can be changed regularly, and thus prevent sweat stains and odor!