How to sweat less
Sweating is a normal and healthy process, but there are several things you can do to reduce the amount you sweat. Read these simple ways to stop sweating:
- Use an effective antiperspirant deodorant. All Degree® products offer up to 48-hour protection.
- Dry yourself fully after showering. Damp skin doesn’t absorb as much antiperspirant product and so won’t work as effectively.
- If you feel the need to, carry some Degree® Dry Spray as part of your daily kit so you can freshen up on the go.
- Avoid spicy foods, alcohol, caffeine and nicotine, as these can make you sweat more.
How do I stop feet sweating?
Help sweaty feet by wearing shoes made from materials that draw sweat away from the skin. Sandals or flip-flops in the summer will let your skin breathe.
How can I control sweating with Degree®?
Consider applying your antiperspirant at night to clean, dry skin. Your sweat glands are less active when you sleep, which allows the product to be absorbed more easily.
If you think you’re sweating too much, get tips on excessive sweating or check out our Clinical antiperspirants for maximum protection.