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Simply Fab: Underarm Sweat Stains Be Gone!

I never thought sweaty armpit stains would afflict me until recently when I wore a long-sleeve top at a crowded bar. It was definitely hot in there and no Nelly, taking off all my clothes was not an option!

Had I bought myself these Fashion First Aid Stopits Underarm Garment Protectors ($20) I could have avoided that problem. Simply apply the stick-on cotton liner to your clothing and you're dry to go. Available online at Asos.

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glint421 glint421 8 years
thin panty liners is the way to go. way cheaper. unscented is best
nicachica nicachica 8 years
lol...at least Cosmo is good for something besides telling you how to "make your man HOT 4 U!"
nicachica nicachica 8 years
wow, a pantyliner is a great alternative! thanks for the suggestion! :)
leahlarocco leahlarocco 8 years
This would be awesome if they weren't $20. I mean, a pantyliner would do the same thing.
Seraphim Seraphim 8 years
i NEED these!!!!
Seraphim Seraphim 8 years
i NEED these!!!!
zc zc 8 years
thats a really good idea. if you don't have those you can use thin panty liners...(thanks cosmo:))
Green Green 8 years
this is why I avoid silk shirts.
drmiya drmiya 8 years
Cameron Diaz needs these! LOL!!
fragiletearz fragiletearz 8 years
I am one of the more people that should wear these.
hollister-chick hollister-chick 8 years
awesome idea!
hollister-chick hollister-chick 8 years
awesome idea!
thoroughlymodern thoroughlymodern 8 years
Fab, you read my mind! I thought there was something like this out there, but I couldn't for the life of me remember where (or even if) I had seen it.I sure could use some of these. I live in the South and it is HUMID in my city, so sweat is a major problem - I even got sweaty walking to class today, AND IT'S NOVEMBER!When I went shopping with a bunch of my friends recently, one of them rejected a white top, saying, "I can't wear white shirts because I get sweat stains," and a few of us nodded in agreement.These would be especially good for more expensive items that one couldn't afford to ruin!
thoroughlymodern thoroughlymodern 8 years
Fab, you read my mind! I thought there was something like this out there, but I couldn't for the life of me remember where (or even if) I had seen it. I sure could use some of these. I live in the South and it is HUMID in my city, so sweat is a major problem - I even got sweaty walking to class today, AND IT'S NOVEMBER! When I went shopping with a bunch of my friends recently, one of them rejected a white top, saying, "I can't wear white shirts because I get sweat stains," and a few of us nodded in agreement. These would be especially good for more expensive items that one couldn't afford to ruin!
hihowareya hihowareya 8 years
I found some old dresses in our attic that had this attachment area near the armpit area that my mom told me was where woman would attach basically a sweat handkerchief to absorb the perspiration from being in such fabrics.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
More people should wear these...ha.
ThePerfectScore ThePerfectScore 8 years
thank god for this... I think sweat stains are nasty!! and really take away from a look
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