10 home remedies for excessive sweating on face, in hands and feet

3. Baking Soda

Considered as a natural antiperspirant, baking soda could efficiently absorb the moisture and neutralize the body odor. You can use baking soda as one of your regular home remedies for excessive sweating. Moreover, because baking soda is alkaline, so it can also low the pH level of the human body that sweat a lot.

  • You can mix 1 teaspoon of baking soda with a proper amount of water in order to create a thick paste. Next, add 3-4 drops of your favorite essential choice. Then, apply the mixture to the armpits or any other body part which sweats a lot. Wait for 20 minutes or so before washing it off. Apply this method several times per week.
  • As an alternative option, you can mix the equal amounts of baking soda with the cornstarch. Then, store it within a bottle. When necessary, you can dust a proper amount of this combination onto the areas where you sweat most.
  • Apply these recommendations for a few days to get good results. [Read: how to improve digestion naturally]

4. Black Tea

This is another great home remedy for excessive sweating. Thanks to the tannic acid included in tea, which has astringent properties and antiperspirant, consuming tea, in general, and black tea in particular could help you make your sweat glands constrict so they will not produce sweat in excess. Moreover, black tea can also kill bacteria causing body odor.

  • You can put 1-2 tea bags into 3-4 cups of hot water and let it steep for about 10 minutes. Then, you dip one wash cloth into this solution before rubbing it onto your neck and underarms. In order to your hand and feet sweating, you had better soak them into this solution for about 20 minutes or so. Apply this method daily for several days.
  • Or, you can drink 2-3 cups of black tea each day to accelerate the relieving process.

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