How to Deal with Boob Sweat

To all my large-chested ladies out there, you know the struggle of boob sweat. It’s not too fun. As a large-chested girl who lives in South Florida and works at a job where 90% of the time I’m in a hot kitchen area, boob sweat is kinda inevitable. Now that summer is coming up, I thought it would be helpful to share what I use to keep the girls fresh as a daisy when it’s hot.
First of all, I had no idea that boob sweat would begin to smell musty. I learned that the hard way when I first started working at my job two years ago. It’s funny how I played tennis for two years before, but I’ve never had an issue with musty boob sweat then.
Anyway, during the first month at my job, I would feel insecure about my boobies smelling so musty. I’ve never had that happen to me before, so I went to Google to find some answers to my dilemma. One website said to use deodorant, and I thought that was genius! Don’t reach for your regular deodorant yet, though. After further reading, I learned that regular deodorant can cause breast cancer if it’s applied directly to your breasts. You’ll need a special kind of deodorant to use for your girls; one that doesn’t have aluminum chlorohydrate in it.
I forget the name of the website where I found this miracle, but it suggested Crystal Essence Roll-On Deodorant. This life-saving beauty is made from natural ingredients. It doesn’t have aluminum or parabens in it, it’s hypoallergenic, and it doesn’t leave any residue. This means that it can be applied literally anywhere on the body. There are a few different scents, but I ordered the vanilla jasmine from Amazon. I believe you can also purchase this deodorant at Walgreens. To use it, I rub the deodorant underneath and between my boobs. Since it is a liquid roll-on deodorant, I use my hands to rub the excess water in. Now I can go out and now worry about smelling musty and dealing with sweaty boobs.
The only times my boobies do start to sweat a lot are when I’m at work in the kitchen area (it’s hot as balls back there), when I’m exercising, or when the Florida heat is just downright disrespectful. But the good news is that I never get musty anymore, which is all that really matters to me. I hope this post is helpful to those who need it.

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