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Posted by Admin, 23rd May 2016
As Stoic philosopher and Roman statesman Seneca had it, “It is the superfluous things for which men sweat”. We’re not entirely sure if he meant date night and/or anxiety over upcoming feedback from your passive-aggressive boss. But all’s the same – don’t sweat the small stuff, chaps. Fear sweat smells the worst, after all.
Of course, as the mercury rises, it doesn’t matter how stoic you are in the face of office adversity or potential bedmates: sweat is inevitable. Not only inevitable, but useful…
These are ways you can put a stop to perspiration:
Not that you really need an expert to tell you this, but as medical and cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Anjali Mahto explains, “Hot weather can lead to increased sweating”. Which in turn can lead to a slew of skincare problems. “If sweat is trapped against clothing or fabrics you can develop problems with spots or folliculitis,” she says.
Read more tips on how to sweat less over on Fashion Beans.