Monday, May 23, 2016


You’re applying antiperspirant at the wrong time

'Antiperspirants are most effective when applied to dry skin,' David Pariser, MD, founding member and secretary of the International Hyperhidrosis Society, told Woman’s Day. 'If you apply them in the morning right before you head out, or right after you get out of the shower, you'll likely already be sweating or have wet underarms. If the skin's surface is wet, the chemical reaction that forms from the aluminum [in the antiperspirant] will happen on the surface of the skin instead of in the pores, preventing the sweat glands from getting blocked.' Even if you're a morning shower taker, use Dry Body antiperspirant at night before bed. When applied to totally dry skin, the product can last for up to seven days. 

After your shower, apply a deodorant for fragrance and you'll be good to go. 

Here is a link to our Dry Body Antiperspirant Wipes:

Friday, May 6, 2016

Did you know that coffee can make you sweat?

Hard to believe but coffee can be to blame for those morning sweat circles you see. Coffee can increase perspiration in two ways.

The first thing it does is stimulate the central nervous system. It activates the sweat glands and so the more caffeine you have the more you can sweat. The second thing is that the heat generated from the drink can make your body feel hot enough to start to sweat.

To avoid issues like this stop drinking coffee or if you cant kick the coffee habit opt for decaf or even iced coffees which are very popular nowadays. These forms of coffee will not have the caffeine nor the heat like a regular cup of Java can. At the very least you can try and control this issue.