Sweating is nature's way of helping us stay cool, but it's one of our body's functions that is considered socially "uncool." For centuries, people have been trying to overcome the unpleasant aspects of this very normal and necessary physical response.
Women in particular take great pains to avoid public sweating. This has something to do with the ideal woman being sweat-free and sweet smelling 24/7. The only accurate part of this... Read More
The weather is heating up outside, but that doesn't mean you have to sweat it. If sweating is a source of embarrassment for you, whether working out or at work, see your doctor to rule out a medical condition. Once you do that, then you can take some simple steps to reduce perspiration and boost your confidence. Regular antiperspirants and deodorants may not do the job, but there are higher-strength products now available over the... Read More
That forgotten box of baking soda in the back of your refrigerator or pantry is more useful than you think, especially when it comes to your beauty regimen. Baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate, does double duty for a lot of more expensive beauty products, so why not start storing that great little box in the bathroom? Begin with your hair. Baking soda, when shaken onto a brush, can freshen up oily or limp hair that needs washing. Styling... Read More
Have you ever considered your armpits as yet another area of your body that needs improvement? Apparently, the marketing department at Dove has. Yes, that Dove - the ones who promote "Real Beauty." Dove has a new deodorant that promises to shape up your pits in just five days. The Ultimate Go Sleeveless deodorant protects your pits from odor and wetness, but it also is supposed to moisturize underarm skin and make it smoother and... Read More