Boob sweat getting on your tits? Here's how to stop boob sweat

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Photo credit: ljubaphoto - Getty Images
Photo credit: ljubaphoto - Getty Images

It's safe to say that the temperature is pretty hot – with a capital H – right now. Yep, another heatwave has made it's way to the UK and whilst there are plenty of benefits to warmer weather, AKA afternoons spent in your local beer garden and 'picky bits' for tea, there are also some downsides. Not only is it an actual nightmare trying to get to sleep during a heatwave, but for any boob-having people out there, things can get very, very sweaty.

With that in mind – and with tissue paper tucked into our bra – we asked around for the best tips and tricks when it comes to boob sweat, specifically: how to stop it.

How to stop boob sweat

Belly Bandit's Sweat Soaker

Not exactly sexy, but then again, nor is boob sweat. Pop these under your bra band and the boob-friendly material acts to fully absorb boob sweat, keeping you dry and comfy.

Interlabial pads

If you want a version of the above that's a tad more discreet, then an interlabial pad is the way to go. Designed for absorbing excess blood during your period, interlabial pads can also be used to absord boob sweat – simply stick a pad at the base of your bra cup and let it work its sweat-absorbing magic.

Silky Underwear dusting powder

This wonder powder – which is essentially an extra gentle, extra fine version of talcum powder – is a summer must-have as not only does it help to stop annoying boob sweat, but it's designed to prevent chaffing, too!

Breathable bras

If the weather is hot, opt for a bra made from breathable fabric – so nothing synthetic, as these materials can trap heat and sweat – like cotton. Be sure to avoid padded bras too, as the extra material can create an even warmer environment.

Body defense cream

This cream-to-powder formula has been designed to protect "private areas from chafing" as well as prevent excess sweat and "deliver long-lasting comfort throughout any activity." As for how this wonder cream does that, it's been formulated with "tapioca starch to keep you dry and fresh and macadamia nut oil and glycerin which condition and moisturise skin."

So, there you have it!

This article is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice or diagnosis. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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