Don’t sweat it – we’ve got you covered!

Welcome to DeSweat!

If you’re reading this, then chances are you know what it’s like to deal with the annoyance, embarrassment, and frustration of excessive sweating.

Whether it’s under your arms, on your face, or even on your hands and feet, sweating can be a real problem. But the good news is that help is available!

At DeSweat, we’re here to provide advice on how to stop sweating and the best products on the market that can help.

So whether you’re looking for an antiperspirant that actually works or tips on how to avoid sweat stains, you’ve come to the right place!

Latest Posts

  • Can I Put Deodorant On My Groin? (Solved)
    Sweaty groins? We’ve all been there. You might be wondering if your regular deodorant is the answer. While it seems like a straightforward solution – it’s a bad idea and is not recommended. In this post, I’ll explain why using deodorants on your groin is not a good idea, and give you some tips on … Read more
  • I Use Antiperspirant But Still Sweat! (Here’s Why)
    Ever feel like you’re constantly battling sweat, even with antiperspirant on your side? You’re not alone! Many of us raise our hands (or should we say, damp towels?) in solidarity. But don’t worry, there’s a reason for this, and more importantly, there are solutions! In this post, I’ll shed some light on why you still … Read more
  • Is Sweating Good For Your Hair? (Explained)
    Sweating is something we all do, especially when we’re active, feeling hot, or stressed. Most people think about how sweat affects their skin, but it also has an impact on our hair. Sweating is actually good for your hair, but excessive sweating is not. In this post, I’ll explain why sweating is good for your … Read more
  • Does Hand Sanitizer Stop Sweating? (Solved)
    Hand sanitizers are a part of our daily routines, giving us a quick way to kill germs when we’re out and about. But some people have started using them for something else – to stop excessive sweating. Turns out, hand sanitizer CAN stop sweating (kind of), but it’s temporary. In this post, I’ll shed some … Read more