Four Natural Means For Reducing Perspiration!

Perspiration is a natural process which occurs in our body when we are physically active or if we are exposed to heat. In order to destroy and/or eliminate a certain virus, out organism increases the body’s temperature thus the process of perspiration occurs.

Many times perspiration can be pretty uncomfortable occurrence in certain situations. In addition we will present 4 natural fighters against sweating.

Baking soda

Make sure you always have a small packaging of baking soda with you. This is very practical solution against excessive sweating and unpleasant odor.

Mix little bit of baking soda with some water. Take some of the resulting mixture with the tip of your fingers and apply it under your armpit. Make sure to rub it onto your skin, let it completely dry and then remove the remains using a paper towel.


Thanks to citric acid, contained in lemons, this sourly ingredient can act as a deodorant that kills all bacteria. Rub some lemon onto your skin but be careful because after you apply the lemon you ought not to expose yourselves to the sun. If you expose the skin area on which you have applied the lemon you will deal with redness on that skin area.

Cut the lemon in half and rub it onto your armpits. Let it act for about half an hour and then wash the skin using cold water.

Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar can successfully destroy bacteria as well as deal with unpleasant smell that occurs due to sweating and with the process of sweating as well. It is quite enough to wipe your armpits only once a day with this ingredient.

Make a mixture consisted of apple cider vinegar and water in ratio (2:1). Soak a cloth in the resulting mixture and wipe the body area(s) from which you sweat the most. Repeat this procedure each night before you go to bed.

Black tea

Black tea is rich with tannin and contains acid that acts as a natural antiperspirant and thus affects the glands and reduces the often unpleasant process of perspiration. Put a black tea bag in a cup of boiling water. Take the tea bag(s) out of the water after they have soaked in the water for not more than one minute, place them on a tray and let them cool.

Once the tea bags have cooled enough, place them under your armpits, or onto the area from which you sweat the most, and let them act for not more than several minutes. Remove the tea bags afterwards.

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