And if you’ve ever had pimples or cysts in your underarm area, you probably know how painful these breakouts can be.
These pesky little bumps are small and clustered, however in some cases they are quite noticeable and painful, and are normally either caused by an infection, or irritation due to shaving and – yes – deodorant or antiperspirant use.
People often wonder why they become immune to their deodorant, and why it stops working after a certain period of time. The truth is it’s not your product that stops working, it’s your body that’s constantly changing. In this feature of decoded, founder of kaia naturals Mary Futher discusses the real reasons your product isn’t working anymore.
Experiencing an itch in your armpit region is more common than you think. From hygiene habits to product choices, here are a few known culprits.
If you are making the change from antiperspirant to natural deodorant or changing brands, your underarm microbes take time to adjust to the new product.
A study comparing the scent of synthetic and cotton fabric found that there is a connection between body odor and the type of fabric a person is wearing.