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Don’t Sweat It Blog

The latest research, tips and products to manage your sweat.

Posted by BILLY THOMPSON on May 26th 2020

Botox for Hyperhidrosis: Is It Right for You?

Are you considering underarm Botox for axillary hyperhidrosis? Botox is one of many treatments available for excessive underarm sweating, and is gaining popularity as some celebrities advocate … read more

Posted by RANDY CHOI on May 14th 2020

Why Do I Sweat So Much? And Ways to Deal

Does the thought of “why do I sweat so much?” or “why do I sweat so easily?” keep you up at night? Are wet marks and yellow stains the bane of your existence? Profuse sweating and pit stains can … read more

Posted by Billy Thompson on Dec 11th 2019

How to Layer for Cold Weather

It’s the most wonderful time of the year - until you have to go outside! Once temperatures plunge, getting out of your cozy bed and braving the outdoors can be difficult.But don’t despair - knowing ho … read more

Posted by BILLY THOMPSON on Dec 6th 2019

13 Natural Ways to Stop Sweating

If you’re concerned about your health, you probably already know that most antiperspirants contain toxins. This truth could shy you away from choosing harsh over-the-counter solutions in sea … read more

Posted by BILLY THOMPSON on Nov 7th 2019

Sweating When Cold? Use These Tips to Stay Dry This Winter

Why do you sweat when you’re cold? Sweating in the summer is normal and expected. But wintertime? Coming to work with sweat marks in the dead of winter draws unwanted attention from co-workers and cli … read more

Posted by BILLY THOMPSON on Oct 18th 2019

How to Prevent Pit Stains and Save Your Favorite Shirts

Do you ever think about how to prevent pit stains before you put on your clothes for the day? Probably not. Most of us don’t think about how to eliminate pit marks (or prevent them in the first … read more

Posted by BILLY THOMPSON on Oct 16th 2019

How to Remove Sweat Stains on Dress Shirts

There’s nothing more embarrassing than sweat stains on dress shirts (or any shirt, for that matter). They’re a pain to get out and a constant source of anxiety. Plus, worrying about sweat or sweat … read more