Comment survivre à la chaleur ?

How to survive the heat?

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Sweating in summer is normal (don't worry) and even a good sign. Although it is difficult to control sweating itself, you can completely manage its drawbacks and feel fresh, even in the middle of a heatwave.

So of course, there is no miracle solution, but with suitable materials and well-chosen products, summer really becomes more bearable.

We'll explain how.

We all sweat, more or less depending on the outside heat, our emotion or simply when we get sick. This natural phenomenon helps lower body temperature to maintain it at 37°C. Especially in summer, everyone sweats, so breathe is completely normal!

It is essential to favor natural materials such as cotton or linen . The latter has the particularity of being very breathable and drying very quickly.

To stay cool, it is essential to favor natural materials such as cotton or linen. The latter has the particularity of being very breathable and drying very quickly. Wear loose, breathable clothing that makes you feel comfortable when moving.

However, for many of us, it is not necessarily possible to come in anything other than a formal shirt , close to the body or even in a suit/tie. In this case, we advise you to favor fine and airy fabrics such as Oxford or dobby. Poplin is also effective, but tends to mark more. Try elegant mismatched looks with a fresh linen and cotton blazer and well-cut chinos.

Because we are well aware that summer in the office is a challenge for some and that staying calm at 38°C is difficult, we have teamed up with Respire, the coolest deodorant brand in France. Healthy and very effective products to feel fresh all day long.

How it works ?

From 100€ of purchase, a fresh deodorant will be slipped into your package. Unlike many deodorants, this one does not leave traces, practical when wearing light shirts! No aluminum salts or toxic products for the skin: this deodorant is a completely natural concentrate of freshness. Absolutely worth trying!

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