Last month, actress Cameron Diaz said she hasn't worn anti-perspirant for 20 years while actors Matthew McConaughey and Bradley Cooper claim they never spray their underarms, but it's not just the A-list who are shunning anti-perspirant..
With more and more following suit is it time we all looked into alternatives? There has never been a way of selectively targeting and treating both the Eccrine glands, located superficially in the skin that cause sweating and the Apocrine glands that cause odour.. until now!
Excessive sweating can be a distressing condition, and it’s easy to feel isolated and despondent about the problem. It can help to know you’re not alone, and that even the world’s most beautiful people suffer with embarrassing sweat marks, wet patches and body odour. Here are some examples of the people you’d least expect to sweat.
At a screening of What To Expect When You’re Expecting Ms Diaz was photographed with expanding moisture on her sheer white blouse, and not for ...
If you’ve ever had to write a letter with extra paper folded under your hands to blot out streams of sweat from your hands, taken two shirts to a job interview, or refuse to raise your hand in a meeting for fear of sweat patches, you’re not alone. In about 1% of the U.K. population excessive sweating is totally normal. That doesn’t make it any less upsetting.
Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis to give it its medical name, happens when the sweat glands ...
Pardon the pun, but excessive sweating – hyperhidrosis – is the pits. We know. The patients who come to us for SweatX treatment, the only proven cure for overactive sweating glands, have told us some heartbreaking stories about living with the condition. So how else can you beat excessive sweating? Here are some tips.
Adapt your routine
The anxiety of excessive sweating can be as much as a contributing factor to your dampness as the sweating itself. It can help to know you’re ...