Welcome, my name is Jason Calderon, I'm dermatologist from University of Florida (U.S.). I want to share in this blog methods to control hyperhidrosis, and my experience in various treatments. I hope to help!

Home Remedies for Smelly Armpits

Home Remedies for Smelly Armpits


Mix willow bark tea with borax and then wet armpits with this preparation.


With the armpits or feet clean and thoroughly dry baking apply using a cotton swab.
Bicarbonate prevents odor and maintains the dry zone longer even is incorporated in many of the deodorant on the market.

Vinegar and alcohol for odor in the armpits

Mix two parts vinegar with alcohol and apply every night in the armpits and feet clean. Beware of possible injuries they have at the moment, but it will burn a little pass.

Infusions to sweat less

Prepare an infusion with five tablespoons of dried sage per liter of water, boil for 15 minutes. Then strain, book and drink a cup daily on an empty stomach, preferably cold.

This herb helps to normalize the activity of the sweat glands and decrease perspiration as it has antiperspirant properties. Drinking tea preferably cold.


Peel and cut a potato into slices. Place a few under the arms and repeat a few times renewing the slices. Allow the area to air dry for finally applying a deodorant.

Aloe vera

Apply the juice content in its leaves clean and dry underarms.
Aloe vera acts as a natural deodorant, helps fight fungus and improves skin appearance. Note that may stain clothing if it is dark.

Lemon Juice

Apply lemon juice on the underarms after bathing or make a masita mixed with some baking soda to remove the odor.

Pine leaves

One of the natural ways to fight sweat is bathing with pine needles.


If you notice signs of irritation means that your skin is sensitive, so I recommend trying another remedy after your skin has improved.

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