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Don't Sweat It -- Tips to Control and Reduce Sweat

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Products That Reduce Sweat

When the weather heats up, products that help keep you dry need to work overtime. We put the latest to the sweat test.

The Product
Secret Outlast ($5, drugstores)
The Claim
It fights wetness and odor-causing bacteria for as long as 48 hours.
Tester Says
"It dries ultrafast, and I stayed sweat- and odor-free even through an intense run."

The Product
Dove Clear Tone Anti-Perspirant/Deodorant ($6, drugstores)
The Claim
It uses calendula and other moisturizers to reduce dark marks caused by inflammation or dryness.
Tester Says
"I didn't notice a difference in my underarms' color, but the stick kept me dry all day."

The Product
Urban Decay De-Slick Oil-Control Makeup Setting Spray ($29, macys.com)
The Claim
Microscopic cooling particles prevent makeup from melting.
Tester Says
"The mist dried quickly and stopped my foundation and mascara from slipping away."

The Product
MAC Cosmetics Prime Future Prep + Prime Skin Smoother ($30, maccosmetics.com)
The Claim
Its velvety texture helps your skin look matte and flawless, and it fills in fine lines.
Tester Says
"It made my pores less noticeable and toned down shine along my nose, forehead, and chin."

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, June 2012.

 

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MyLifeAsAPuddle wrote:

Secret Clinical Strength Waterproof works the best for me, and I've tried everything with help from the International Hyperhidrosis Society. Summer Soles are a great product for absorbing sweat in your shoes, too. For a personal account of life with hyperhidrosis, visit my blog at http://www.mylifeasapuddle.com

6/17/2014 01:47:30 PM Report Abuse
j9scrotom wrote:

Very helpful, and I need to be a "tester". LOL

6/20/2012 10:30:25 PM Report Abuse
Ruthspivey6 wrote:

As far as deotorant/antiperspirant you can use effective one that doesn't have aluminum in it. There's a whole lot more safer effective products to choose from too. Go to essentialconsumption.advancingwithus.com to learn more about it.

6/20/2012 12:34:01 PM Report Abuse
jeanlynd wrote:

Good info. I did a review of Clinical Strength deodorants recently (because they DO work better than regular)...Suave's vs. Secret's. Check out the results here: http://therealmomreview.blogspot.com/2012/05/dont-sweat-it-clinical-deodorant.html

6/20/2012 10:27:50 AM Report Abuse
ctyre1 wrote:

Interesting information

6/20/2012 10:12:37 AM Report Abuse

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