How to prevent armpit smells and care for underarms
Post-gym, during a heatwave, wearing the new top that turned out to be a sweat generator – these are just some of the situations where smelly armpits might arise. But with our tips on how to deal with underarm odour, we’ll help keep your underarms fresh. And because our deodorants offer superior care, looking after your delicate skin and keeping underarms soft and smooth, you can feel comfortable and confident when it’s time to get them out.
Should you decide to shave your underarms, it can actually help to prevent odour, since the hair traps sweat, providing ideal conditions for bacteria to multiply
Let skin breathe.
Wear clothes made from natural fibres, such as wool, silk or cotton: they allow your skin to breathe, letting sweat evaporate faster, so smelly armpits are less likely to develop
Watch what you eat.
Some foods – especially spicy ones – can contribute to underarm odour because their scent can be carried in your sweat. Try cutting out things like garlic and red meat and see if there’s any improvement
Remember to refresh.
This might be an obvious one, but make sure you remember to top up your deodorant before doing anything that’s going to get you working up a sweat, whether it’s hitting the gym or enduring the bus at rush hour