If you’re the kind of person who sweats excessively, know that it’s going to get worse now with the summer heat upon all of us. While sweating is the body’s natural way to get rid of toxins and maintain body temperature, sweating excessively can lead to body odour and other concerns. Scroll down to know how to combat this problem…
Use an antiperspirant
 

Use an antiperspirant

If you want to stay fresh and stop sweating excessively, you need a powerful antiperspirant. We suggest going with the Rexona Roll Ons. These rolls ons, available in three variants namely, powder dry, shower fresh and aloe vera, have the power to act as a layer between sweat and bacteria thereby preventing body odour. The bigger reward? It’s absolutely safe on the skin!

Avoid spicy foods

Did you know that spicy foods stimulate sweat glands causing body odour? This is because spices activate neurotransmitters called acetylcholine—something that immediately stimulates sweat glands. So make sure you cut down on spicy foods, especially in the summers.

Say no to hot water baths
 

Say no to hot water baths

Sure, hot water baths might comfort you but in the summers when you’re bound to sweat, try sticking to lukewarm or cold water baths. While you do take your bath, make sure you use something cooling and antibacterial so you get rid of toxins at the same time.

Pay attention to your wardrobe

If you’ve been sweating excessively this season, you might have your choice of clothes to blame. Summers are for breathable fabrics like cotton and linen—the kind that let you breathe.

Avoid coffee
 

Avoid coffee

You might love your daily dose of coffee but caffeine stimulates your central nervous system—something that activates sweat glands. Remember those copious cups of coffee might be a bad idea, especially in the summers when you’re already sweating so much.