In sunny and hot days, you tend to sweat more. However, excessive sweating can be very unpleasant and even embarrassing. Here’s how to fight naturally against excessive sweating.
It is very important to be careful when you use antiperspirants. For better efficiency, time for tis application is essential. Experts say that antiperspirants work best in the evening, and therefore suggest applying them after a shower in the evening. Thus, it would reduce the risk of skin irritation.
It is also recommended that you wear lighter clothes made from natural fibers such as cotton. If you wear tight clothing that increases the risk of sweating. It is therefore suggested you wear materials like linen and avoid silk.
Also avoid spicy food. Some foods, like peppers involved in the increase in sweat production in the body and foods like onions and garlic can cause a particularly repulsive smell of sweat.
3 effective solutions against sweating:
- Black cumin oil (or black cumin)
Extracted from cold pressing is a good antibacterial product that can also help fight against infections and excessive sweating.
Take a shower and then with hands apply the oil on your armpits.
Sage is the best remedy against excessive sweating and can also helps to fight against night sweats.
Dip a teaspoon of sage leaves in glass of boiling water let it stay for a few minutes. Filter it and drink.
For best results, drink sage tea one liter a day, for two weeks.
The antiperspirant virtue of the apple cider vinegar lies in the fact that it eliminates microbes.
Just wash your armpits with this vinegar for a visible result.
This remedy can be used against sweaty feet. To do this, simply make a foot bath, 2 or 3 times a week, mixing 2 liters of hot water and 75 ml of apple cider vinegar. Immerse your feet for 15 minutes, then rinse with warm water.