Does shaving/trimming your armpits increase or reduce armpit sweat/stains?
June 28, 2007 6:38 AM Subscribe
I tend to sweat a lot on hot days and occasionally this ends up ruining nice shirts with pit stains. I've read plenty of threads about deodorants and anti-perspirants that could be helpful, but maybe I should address my long armpit hair. I can see both sides: More hair means more surface area for deodorant and keeps sweat from running (I think). Less hair means less surface area for sweat to stick onto but gets the deodorant closer to the pores. What's the way to go? I'm not considering shaving my pits, but more or less trimming them down short.
posted by sub-culture to Clothing, Beauty, & Fashion (21 answers total)