As you’re trudging through the last bit of this summer’s smothering humidity, things may start to get a bit spotty – under your boobs, that is. It’s very common to develop a rash under the breasts, especially in the hot, humid weather. Between the friction from your clothes and all that moisture, your skin’s barrier may become compromised, leading to a secondary infection with yeast (yuck!). Sweating or yeast trapped under the breasts can lead to rashes. Sprinkle a powder, like Zeasorb AF antifungal powder on the affected area in the morning and if needed, throughout the day, to help absorb moisture and keep the area dry.

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