Deodorant is an essential toiletry for most people. If you ever forget to apply deodorant in the morning, you’ll usually notice an unpleasant stench coming from your armpits at some point during the day. So it’s no wonder that almost every third person keeps deodorant at home. But you can also use it for many other purposes.
1. Prevent sweat under your breasts
Regardless of whether you wear a bra or not, the summer heat can cause many women to sweat heavily under their breasts. This not just unpleasant, it also creates the perfect breeding ground for bacteria and viruses. There it is better to prevent this sweat from forming in the first place by applying deodorant on the underside of your breasts in the morning. You can do this to many other parts of your body depending on where sweat forms most frequently on your body.
2. Remove zits
Deodorant effectively gets rid of unpleasant body odor as well as zits. Spray your blackheads and zits with deodorant and this will purify your skin. Of course, you can also use a roll-on deodorant. You should definitely make sure that your deodorant has an antiperspirant. This effect ensures that the armpits stay dry. It is also useful when combatting zits.
3. Keep sunglasses from sliding off
Nearly everyone gets annoyed when their sunglasses start to slide off your face as a result of sweat forming on the frame. You can prevent this by rubbing antiperspirant deodorant on the sunglasses. This way your sunglasses stay put where they belong.
4. Prevent hair from sticking
Many women are familiar with the following problem, which often arises on hot or humid days: After doing your hair, you go outside and right away your hair gets frizzy and starts to sticking to your body. The sweat on your hair—particularly on your forehead or on your neck—can cause your hair to appear greasy. Here antiperspirant deodorant works well too. Rub the skin around your hairline with deodorant and you won’t have to deal with this problem anymore.
5. Fit into tight jeans
Skinny jeans are extremely popular these days but there’s one problem with them. As the name “skinny” already suggests, they are cut very tight and many women have to squeeze their way into them with a lot of effort. But a woman won’t mind this annoyance particularly when it’s her favorite pair of jeans. You can avoid this hassle by drawing a line of deodorant from your upper thigh down to your ankles. From now on, you’ll be able to slide right into your skinny jeans as easily as into a pair of sweatpants.