Stay Dry — 9 Comments

  1. Hi Juliana! I heard somewhere that we should choose deodorants, not anti-perspirants. Because sweat should come out, otherwise, you might get heat stroke. I guess its ok to get wet, but not to get stinky! 😛

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  2. i had a classmate before who was diagnosed with axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating in the armpits) and all the doctor recommended was antiperspirants with 20 to 25% alluminum chloride and to use 70 to 90% alcohol 2 to 3 times a week since it was only a moderate case but if it was a more advanced case I think treatment would entail something with electric shock. 😮

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  3. Good thing I am not the type of person who easily sweat so I don’t need to undergo the botox and some remedies stuff. I agree with Jenny, it’s okay to get wet but not stinky.

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  4. i agree that sweat should really come out. it is healthier but having to undergo botox for it, pass ako jan… good thing I don’t need it, i glow ‘ika nga’ 🙂

  5. @ Bless

    kakatuwa ka. naisip mo pa shaving ha. but I think, shaving will at least make it less nakakahiya, kahit basa haha.

  6. Natural remedies are better to prevent excessive sweating and underarm odor. I read that apple cider vinegar or lemon can help.

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