Deodorant, Scented, Antibacterial, Antiperspirant
We all have unique ways of sweating. If you're one of the lucky ones who sweat only a little, a perfumed deodorant may suffice to keep your afternoon sweat odours at bay. But if you sweat more, an antiperspirant is your go-to solution. Antiperspirants work by reducing how much you sweat. This is done with the help of antibacterial aluminium salts that reduce sweat production. As a result, the sweat smell is neutralized. The bacteria cause the odour, not the sweat itself, which is actually odourless.
Read more useful tips on how to get rid of sweat smell in clothes.
Do you suffer from itchy armpits after using deodorant or antiperspirant? The likely culprit is the perfume in the product. If you're looking for a solution, try replacing your current deodorant with a perfume-free option.
Alcohol in deodorants can also be a trigger for sensitive skin. So you might want to opt for an alcohol-free option if fragrance-free doesn't work.
Cream, roll-on, crystals, spray – there are many different options to choose from: