* This post is sponsored by Degree Dry Spray in behalf of Global Influence, however all opinions are my own.
I remember that I started becoming conscious of my bodily functions during puberty. I guess the same is true for everyone. It is the time when one is most active and so sweating is just but normal.
By definition, sweating is the way our body releases liquid and aid in regulating our temperature. Sweat is equals perspiration, in which the liquid produced contains salt. Sweat is commonly found under the arms, on the feet, and on the palms of the hands.
Have you ever experienced having those wet underarms?
As a mom who tries to juggle different roles, I sometimes find myself in the middle of chores and yes, sweaty underarms.
Did you know that a person is born with about two to four million sweat glands which become fully active during puberty (I told you!). As a matter of fact "Women have more sweat glands then men", but men's glands are more active (hah!).
Things that can make you sweat more include:
- Hot weather
- Situations that make you nervous, angry, embarrassed, or afraid
I was accustomed of using sticks and roll ons until I discovered the breakthrough of dry spray. I was able to try the Degree Women dry spray and the best thing I love about it is that after spray it becomes instantly dry.
In addition, it has fresh scent and gives 48 hours of protection. Best of all it leaves no residue as compared to the usual antiperspirants which leaves unpleasant underarm marks/maps on clothes. Ditch the ick and have an instant drier, cleaner feeling.
Maintaining personal hygeine is an essential (if not the most important) routine in our everyday lives.
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