Usually, a couple swipes of deodorant is all you need to be confident that when you walk into a room, other people won't start walking out. But for some people, a couple swipes -- and a couple more, and a couple more -- just isn't enough.
Sweating helps keep your body from overheating, but why does your face get so much sweatier than everywhere else when it gets hot or when you exercise? It turns out that the answer was there before you were born.
Looking to downsize your overstuffed bathroom drawers and medicine cabinets? There's a way to do that and shrink your receipts at the same time -- don't pay any more attention to (or money on) unnecessary products. You only need a few.
If you lick the back of your hand after a run, you'll taste salt. That gives us one idea as to what ingredients make up the perspiration that's running down our bodies after a good workout. But what else can be found in the dampness?
Some of us deal with sweaty bodies for most of the day while the people around us remain cool as a cucumber. Do the damp-handed among us need to replace the lost salt with a hearty helping of something packed with sodium?
Most of us use it daily (and wish everybody else did, too). Few of us give the product much thought unless we realize we've forgotten to put it on. We're talking about the hygiene must-have that's been popular throughout the ages: deodorant.
When you're up for your dream job, sweaty palms often accompany you to that critical first interview. But what if your hands constantly drip and smear sweat everywhere? Should you hold out hope for cool, dry palms of your own?
You know the cliché: Men sweat, but women perspire. You've seen both men and women sweating at the gym and know the cliché's true. But a sweat gland is a sweat gland -- whether it's from a male or female body. So why do men sweat more than women?
Dogs like to sniff feet no matter how they smell, but people don't. If stinky feet are the bane of your existence, take a deep breath (on second thought, maybe not) and relax -- we've got some ways to stamp out the smell.
Soaps, perfumes, lotions and even what we eat make us each smell unique, but when it comes to our natural scent, there's something more that makes men smell different from women. Could it be our genes, and if so, what purpose does this serve?
Americans spend billions each year on deodorants and antiperspirants, and most people using deodorant will grab a stick, gel or spray. But what about deodorant soaps? Do they really keep you from smelling?
Are sweat and body odor causing you distress? The sweat we produce is meant to cool us down when we're overheating (or overanxious), but sometimes the body isn't a perfect machine. So what can we do to manage our sweating?
We all know that sweating is necessary to keep our bodies cool, but for people with excessively sweaty feet, there's nothing cool about it. Nearly 1 percent of Americans have this problem, so what can they do? Are there antiperspirants for your feet?
Your body sweats to maintain its temperature, but when you sweat excessively, you need something stronger than an over-the-counter roll-on. You don't want to go through life in a wet shirt, so what do you use?
You finally have a date tonight with your big crush, but this morning, a new pimple stares back at you from the mirror. Is it because of the summer heat and humidity? Or because of your workout? Let's find out if sweat is ruining your complexion.
If you've ever been embarrassed by a dark, spreading sweat stain on your favorite shirt, you've probably wished you could just stop sweating altogether. But the inability to sweat is a serious medical condition -- what can you do about it?