From drenched bras that need to be washed at the end of each day to unsightly wet spots on shirts and dresses, under-breast sweat can be a nuisance—not to mention, a bit embarrassing. 

While every woman may experience underboob sweat at some point, it's most common among women with large or ptotic (a.k.a. droopy) breasts, says Dr Alexes Hazen. "An overhang of skin tends to get sweaty," says Hazen. Not only is this plain annoying, warm, moist skin is an ideal breeding ground for bacterial, fungal and yeast infections, which can surface in the form of an uncomfortable rash. 

Thankfully, there are steps you can take to avoid breast sweat. Here are five worth trying:

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