September 13, 2021 2 min read
We’ve been getting excited about sweating lately. With our new cream deodorant, we feel protected all day to do the things we love. Whether it’s running in the crisp morning air, biking with a friend, or doing yoga in the mountains, we can sweat and feel secure.
Why don’t we make antiperspirants? Good question.
Antiperspirants block your pores and stop you from sweating. What if we told you that sweat is good for your health, and is a necessary process for your body? It’s true! Read on to discover the benefits of perspiring.
The most important function of sweat is regulating body temperature. When your body’s temperature rises from activity, climate, or fever, your brain tells your body to produce sweat as a way of cooling the body down. As the sweat dries on the skin, it releases body heat.
A good sweat session is one of the best things you can do for your skin. Sweating will remove dirt, makeup, and excess oil from your skin barrier and allow your pores to breathe.
It’s a great idea to follow your exercise session with a stimulating cleanser to give your pores a deep clean after sweating. We love to use the Complete Cream Cleanser to gently cleanse our skin without removing any of our natural oils. For body, the Everyday Hero Natural Shower Gel deep cleanses with humic acid while invigorating the senses with eucalyptus and peppermint. It’s the perfect post-workout refresher.
One of the great perks of sweating through exercise is the release of endorphins. Endorphins are feel-good chemicals that uplift your mood and increase your overall sense of wellbeing.
Regular exercise has also been known to improve sleep quality, boost energy levels, and increase stamina.
The number one thing to remember is that sweating is totally normal and your body was meant to do it. Grab your handy roll-on or cream deodorant and get out there!
What is your favourite way to sweat it out?
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