Swipe on Antiperspirant in the Afternoon
Sweat production is at its lowest at night, giving the active ingredients in antiperspirants a better chance to get into your pores and block perspiration in the morning, says Dee Anna Glaser, MD, FAAD, President of the International Hyperhidrosis Society. “It’s okay to reapply in the morning, but don’t worry about the product washing away in the shower because the ingredients have already penetrated your sweat ducts.”
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