Sweating is good. Smelling isn’t.
The average person produces around a litre of sweat a day, from (roughly) 3 million sweat glands. These sweat glands come in two styles: eccrine glands and aprocine glands. Eccrine glands are smaller and cover most of your body. They produce a watery, odourless sweat that helps control your temperature. The larger apocrine glands are mostly found in your armpits. They start producing sweat when you hit puberty, and secrete a thicker, more plasma-like sweat, filled with proteins and fatty acids. This is why the underarm stains on your t-shirts can appear yellowish.
While often lumped in with deodorants, antiperspirants actually work quite differently. Deodorants work by masking smells after being swiped across your armpit. Antiperspirants prevent sweat through the use of an aluminium-based compound.
Antiperspirants create a gel-like plug that blocks and your sweat glands. This temporarily prevents sweat from coming out. What’s the point of using carcinogenic chemicals under your arms if they don’t even keep you 100% stink free?!?!
There are quite a few different types of bacteria that like to live in your armpits. They feed on the fatty sweat you produce there. Some of them produce more noticeable odours than others. The aluminium compounds kill off the less smelly bacteria, giving the smellier bacteria more opportunity to thrive, causing more body odour.
Whats the answer?
Natural deodorants are the best solution to this problem.
But the deodorant has to work. If it doesn’t work and you smell, then you are using the wrong product.
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So remember, your body NEEDS to sweat, to detox. But the bacteria that come out with the sweat can cause that dreaded pong.
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