Want to sweat less during the summertime? If you're already using antiperspirant sticks, apply them on your underarms the night before rather than the morning of. Antiperspirant works best when you're not already sweating like crazy, and by the time you take a shower in the morning, the antiperspirant will have already worked its way into your sweat ducts.
If you are concerned about using antiperspirant, you can also try applying witch hazel (which is also good for mosquito bites), drinking more tomato juice and sage tea, wearing loose-fitting clothing made of natural material, and practicing relaxation techniques.
If none of these tips help you perspire less during the hot summer heat, make sure to check out my guide on DIY ways to remove sweat stains from clothes.
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