Perspiration can be a mortifying problem, especially if you perspire in a public place where others are witness to it. It is distressing to have this issue, especially when it comes to your underarms. The underarm area consists of two types of sweat glands, the apocrine and eccrine sweat glands. When the eccrine sweat gland is overactive, underarm perspiration is increased. The apocrine sweat glands yield a thick, milky discharge and when it comes into contact with skin microbes, it creates a potent body odour. Quite often, deodorisers and antiperspirants just do not counteract the underarm moisture. Nonetheless, in current times, one product has gained a reputation for combatting underarm perspiration and that product is the underarm liner. They are reasonably priced, simple to use and well worth looking into as a solution.
Under arm perspiration can be a big issue for both men and women. Perspiring is a natural part of life. Preadolescent girls and boys sweat around equal amounts, but as hormones are added to the mix, perspiration starts to differ between the sexes. Usually males tend to begin perspiring sooner and in a larger capacity to females. Fortunately, these days, specific underarm liners for men are available on the market. A selection of underarm liners for women is also available.
Underarm sweat liners efficiently reduce clothing stains and can absorb ten to twenty millilitres of perspiration. They can be used daily if the user perspires excessively. If they don’t, the liners can be used only when they are expecting to perspire more than usual, i.e. when exercising, or at a public assembly. Whether you use deodorants, or don light attire, sweat stains cannot always be evaded if you perspire heavily. The stains are caused when a combination of perspiration and aluminium-based antiperspirants come into contact with cloth. These stains diminish the expected life of clothing. It is not always a sunny day or a strenuous workout that triggers perspiration. It can also be activated when you are suffering stress. Armpit liners can soak up the moisture in the underarm area, making it harder for bacteria to live there. This in turn, reduces the strong odour that results from the apocrine sweat gland exudation.
Underarm sweat shields and other removable guards are fabricated to absorb perspiration and stop sweat stains and yellow marks forming. Underarm liners are usually disposable adhesive cotton pads. The liners can be adhered to the underarm area of your clothing and can be disposed of after a single use.
If you suffer from underarm perspiration issues, underarm liners could be the product for you. Sweax Unisex Underarm Liners are suitable for males and females. The shape of the liners allow for mobility without constraint and because it adheres to your clothing, it will not move out of position. The underarm liners are a thin white colour, making it invisible on the exterior. Our highly absorbent underarm sweat pads for men and women, ensure ongoing defence against underarm moisture, giving you perspiration-free assurance throughout your day. Protect your clothing and feel fresher with Sweax products.