Everyone suffers from the occasional bout of sweaty hands—whether it's because you're up next for an important presentation, you're in the presence of your crush, or it's just way too hot outside. This can be an inconvenience because our hands are the first thing we use to greet someone we just met, and it can be a total first impression killer.
Thankfully, there are ways you can reduce the sweat production in your hands. There are DIY remedies and anti-perspirant products you can try. (Ed's note: If you notice that your hands are constantly sweaty, you might have hyperhidrosis. It's best to consult with a dermatologist if you want to seek treatment.)
That said, here are the top products and DIY remedies you can try to lessen that sweaty feeling!
Milcu 2 in 1 Deodorant Powder
This ~natural~ deodorant is made for the armpits and feet. But, loyal users note that this is effective as an anti-perspirant for their hands as well!
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J Tomas No Sweat Anti-Perspirant Deodorant
This hydro alcohol solution is great for excessive sweating of hands, feet, and underarms. It comes in a spray bottle, so you can easily spray it on when you feel your hands start to sweat!
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It seems like baking soda pops up in every DIY remedy for any problem. Its alkaline formula can reduce sweating and make the perspiration easily evaporate. Mix a couple of teaspoons of baking soda with water to create a paste, and rub the mixture all over your hands. Rinse after a few minutes.
Rosewater isn't just a good toner for your face, you can also use it as an antiperspirant aid! Boil a few rose petals in water and then strain it until you're left with just floral water. Soak your hands in the liquid for about 10 to 15 minutes.
Apple cider vinegar
Yes, the liquid we mix with our beloved Aztec Seret Indian Healing Clay Mask can work wonders against pasmadong hands! Due to the vinegar's acidic nature, it kills any bacteria and it has a drying effect. Dilute it with warm water and soak your hands in the solution for about 15 minutes.
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