How to correctly apply deodorant/antiperspirant
Normally, applying deodorant isn’t challenge, because most of the products are very mild, and only in very rare cases can they cause a negative skin reaction.You will only need to make sure you apply the deodorant on dry underarms, preferably after bath/shower.
Antiperspirants (and some deodorants), however are stronger, and can cause irritation or skin rashes to people with a very sensitive skin. When you buy an it make sure to thoroughly read the ingredient list and instructions to make sure you are not allergic to any of those substances.
After you’ve bought the product, test it on a small area of your skin (on your forearm for example), to ensure that you don’t have a negative reaction to any of the product’s ingredients.
When to apply antiperspirant?
The best time to apply the solution would be before bed, when the activity of your sweat glands is slowed down, and even if you shower in the morning, it will still be effective because the active ingredients last for 24 hours or more.