Odour 2016-12-04T05:35:16+00:00


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In order to understand why we smell, it helps if you know a little more about the sweat glands. We have two different sweat glands. The eccrine glands & the apocrine glands. Eccrine glands are found in large numbers on the soles of the feet, the palms, the forehead, the cheeks & the armpits. These glands produce large volumes of watery, odourless fluid. Eccrine glands are the glands responsible for hyperhydrosis. Apocrine glands are different, they are found in the armpits & genital region. They produce a thick, viscous, invisible fluid. When this fluid comes in contact with bacteria on the skins surface, it produces a potent smell.  People who suffer from hyperhydrosis normally do not have problems associated with smell. This is because the sweat that comes from the eccrine glands often washes away the liquid from the Apocrine glands. If you are experiencing body odour, it is important to keep the area completely dry to avoid the Apolcrine glands & bacteria causing odour.  NO MORE SWEAT can help with dryness & stop  odours associated with this condition.

Sweat is a clear fluid with no odour. Due to heat & humidity, bacteria start to form and odour becomes evident. Odour can be masked by deodorants, however the odour cannot be totally disguised. With NO MORE SWEAT you will not experience any odour.  You are able to use deodorants if you wish for the perfume content, however it is not necessary to use any other deodorant or antiperspirant.