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Stop Embarrassing Underarm Odor & Sweat Stains

Posted on January 22 2016

What are the clothes to wear to prevents bad underarm odor and sweat stains.

We recommend wearing light breathable cotton fabric that will allow airflow and prevent the nasty bacteria developing. We have specially selected fabrics that help men stay cool and dry while doing daily activities like yoga etc. 100% Thai cotton, light weight and extremely breathable. These shirts are soft on the skin and easy to dry. We have a selection to choose from white, black and dragon design. The white shirts are available in long and short sleeve and sizes M-XXL.

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We have also found this very useful information on the web from webmd.com and their helpful tips in preventing body odor.

Quote (webmd.com)

"How Do I Fight Body Odor?

If you want to be "odor-free" consider the following tips:

  1. Apply an antiperspirant at bedtime. This gives the product a chance to work while you sleepand are not sweating. If you apply antiperspirants after showering in the morning, the sweat you accumulate will wash away the product and render you defenseless against daytime sweating. Remember, deodorants do not prevent sweating. They mainly mask the smell of the sweat on your skin. Antiperspirants are chemical agents that reduce sweating. Many antiperspirant preparations also contain a deodorant, which helps to mask the smell. Check the product you use to make sure it contains an antiperspirant.
  2. Keep your underarms dry. Bacteria have a hard time breeding in dry areas of the body.
  3. Try a solution of hydrogen peroxide and water to fight body odor. Use 1 teaspoon of peroxide (3%) to 1 cup (8 ounces) of water. Wipe this on affected areas (underarm, feet, groin) with a washcloth. This may help destroy some of the bacteria that creates odor.
  4. If sweat from working out  is your No. 1 cause of body odor, wash your working out clothes often. Sweaty gym clothes are a bacteria-breeding ground.
  5. Change your diet. Sometimes, fatty foods, oils, or strong-smelling foods such as garlic, curry, and onions, can seep through your pores and cause body odor (always see a doctor or dietician before making drastic dietary changes).
  6. If you have excessive sweating (called hyperhidrosis), talk to your doctor. There are a few treatment options for those with more severe sweating who desire more aggressive treatments. Also, certain medical problems can lead to excessive sweating. Your doctor can make a diagnosis and prescribe treatment.
  7. Shaving your underarm regularly will help prevent the accumulation of bacteria and can reduce sweat and odor."
Souce www.wedmd.com

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