They're all over your body, with most on your forehead, hands and feet.
Calorie-rich foods, coffee, alcohol and cigarettes can all stimulate body odour. Best stick to fresh fruit and vegetables.
Armpit hair has a natural function: it collects sweat, helping it evaporate faster. The issue is that it’s a breeding ground for the bacteria that breaks down perspiration, causing body odour.
The wrong clothing can quickly lead to unnecessary and unpleasant perspiration. Instead, wear loose-fitting cottons and leather shoes to aid air circulation.
Perspiration increases significantly under stress. Take time out of your day to relax and unwind.
Hear us out; exercise that causes targeted perspiration actually helps prevent undesirable sweating in everyday life. A fit body sweats less.
As with exercising, regular sauna visits can help prevent undesirable sweating. The sweat glands can actually be prepared for summer with sauna sessions.
…applied directly after washing. A good antiperspirant is essential to prevent unwanted perspiration.
Deodorants can contain the active ingredient aluminium chlorohydrate, which can leave white marks on clothing. We recommend the deodorant be dry before you dress, but soaking clothes before washing should remove any that appear.
It’s a natural mineral which is often used as the active ingredient in deodorants. However, people with sensitive skin can develop irritations, which is why MUM also produces a 0% aluminium option.
Deodorant masks unpleasant body odour with fragrances. Some contain antibacterial additives, which curtail and fight odour-causing bacteria for a short time.
Antiperspirants reduce the activity of sweat glands without damaging their natural function. They offer long-lasting protection against sweat and odour formation.