The Spring Essential for Sweaty Girls

February 23, 2017Holly Sosa

Since middle school I’ve been a sweaty girl. I can vividly remember sitting in Health class in the 6th grade and being afraid to raise my hand because by first period I had already sweat a full wet spot into the armpit of my shirt. Since then, I’ve had to be mindful of what fabrics I wear or deal with the mortification of those embarrassing armpit sweat rings. In fact, as an adult I’ve been diagnosed with axillary hyperhidrosis, which is just a fancy term for excessive armpit sweating.

Warmer seasons like spring and summer always bring on an added layer of stress when it comes to knowing how much I’ll sweat in the coming months. Living in the desert, keeping cool in the heat can be problematic and as a woman who deals with excessive armpit sweat, I’ve had to quickly figure out what spring essential helps me to stay dry and smell fresh. Light layers and breathable cotton fabrics are helpful, but an antiperspirant I can depend on is my most depended on friend in the warm months.

Dove Advanced Care Antiperspirant offers 48 hours of odor and wetness protection and for this sweaty mama, it’s one of the only deodorants I can depend on; especially in the warmer months. Dove Advanced Care also offers added skincare benefits with NutriumMoisture for softer, smoother underarms.

For me, Dove Advanced Care in the bright and fresh scent of Cool Essentials is my spring essential that I just cannot live without. Not only do my sweaty little armpits feel refreshed, but I can relax knowing that I’ll be dry for hours. My white tank tops and tshirts are never happier than when they can avoid the dreaded yellow ring of sweat, ha!

For more information on Dove Advanced Care and additional Dove products, be sure to visit the Dove website.

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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