Why You Should Have Moisture-Wicking Lingerie

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Listen ladies: we sweat. We have moisture build up in places we don’t always talk about. And we are active, whether that be because we’re speeding through the market or we’re climbing the Stairmaster. 

 

But when we’re wearing our sexy lace lingerie or even just some of your basic intimates, there’s itching and wetness and just plain discomfort. Not to mention that wearing lingerie that gets wet and sweaty can be so bad for us. Some of us also have sensitive skin, so we either have to be picky with materials or we can’t handle any sweat seeping into our lingerie.

Breathe Freely Warner’s Wirefree Spacer T-Shirt Contour Bra

 

So, that’s why you should have moisture-wicking lingerie!

 

Believe it or not, there is lingerie out there specifically designed to moisture-wick, which means that moisture is absorbed and it essentially evaporates because of the specific material. The fabrics are innovative, but they’re also soft and feel good on your skin. The lingerie keeps up with your lifestyle no matter how active it might be. 

 

A moisture-wicking bra could be a sports bra, or it could be a simple style that is simple and easy to slip on. It’s a great option if you tend to sweat a lot, either under your arms or under or between your boobs. Boob sweat can cause irritation and itchiness, which can lead to rashes and sore or sensitive skin. Whether you need this for the summer or all the time, a moisture-wicking bra is good to have on hand when you’re especially warm. 

Play It Cool Warner’s Wire-Free Cooling Racerback Bra

 

A moisture-wicking pair of underwear should be a no-brainer. When you’re working out, you should be thinking about your underwear choice. If you’re a big sweater, a moisture-wicking panty while you’re exercising is really amazing!

 

Many women also may experience different levels of moisture on their bottom half, and a moisture-wicking panty could help her feel so much more confident. Nothing will build up, which means you can also avoid bacteria and infection. 

Iris Seamless Hipster by Miel

 

Have you tried moisture-wicking lingerie yet? Do you have any questions about how helpful it can be to have?

 

Let us know in the comments below!

 

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Until next time, 

 

Alicia 

 

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