Women Are Raving About This £10 Bra Liner For Sweaty Boobs AKA Swoobs
With Britain's balmy summer weather showing no signs of waning, we're all making the most of lockdown by getting in as much vitamin D as possible.
But as all women will tell you, an unfortunate side effect of soaring temperatures is the silent epidemic of sweaty boobs, aka swoobs.
Luckily, help is at hand in the form of these nifty cotton bra liners from Amazon which have racked up hundreds of gushing customer reviews.
There are few things more galling than that telltale trickle of sweat down your tummy when you're trying to enjoy a glass of fizz with your friends in the park - and don't even get us started on the chafing and damp sweat patches.
But easylife's white cotton liners - which come in one size and can fit up to a size 24 - sit just below the underband and absorb any unwanted perspiration - no wonder women are hailing them as a 'game changer'.
The liners cost £10.49 with free P&P, and the cotton material means they're reusable.
"These are brilliant," one happy shopper wrote. "Life has been a whole lot more comfortable these last few days in the heatwave. Such a simple idea. No more tissue tucking. Will be recommending to other big-busted females in my family."
Another gushed: "I thought they would be too thin to be effective but this was not the case. Comfortable to wear; discreet; and they stay put. If you are buying them to make an underwired bra more comfortable and to stop sweat rash developing they work."
If you're really desperate, of course, you could always go for these freezable bra inserts.
You can thank us later.
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