?10 bra liner hailed as saviour against under-boob sweat in the heat

Could this be the product that solves everything? (Picture: easylife)

Under-boob is in in a big way when it comes to fashion. Every bikini or crop top of the moment appears to be designed to show lower part of our lactation stations.

But for those of us with larger breasts, this under-boob area can be a nightmare when the temperature rises, with sweat in the area causing patches and making our bras uncomfortable.

Apart from dousing ourselves in antiperspirant before venturing outside there hasn’t been much by way of a solution to under-boob sweat. Until now.

Larger breasted women are hailing this new bra liner as a hero product to solve the problem, and the best part is that it only costs £11 for a pack of six.

Easylife’s cotton bra liners can be purchased from Amazon for £11.08 (including free delivery for Prime members) and have brilliant reviews.

The moisture-wicking fabric is tucked under your bra band and kept in place by the tightness (remember to get measured, folks, it makes all the difference). There are no hooks and eyes, but it stays in place and absorbs any perspiration.

?10 bra liner hailed as saviour against under-boob sweat in the heat

You place the liner under your bra band (Picture: easylife(

It should help soak up sweat during the day so your bra band doesn’t rub and become sore, as well as stopping those dreaded sweat stains on your t-shirt.

The bands are washable and reusable. Simply give them a hand wash with warm water and a small amount of detergent. Then rinse and leave to dry naturally.

One review on Amazon said: ‘These under bust liners are the best thing ever. If you suffer from sweating under the bust and soreness these are perfect. I was suffering quite badly and these work so well, dry all the time no soreness. Well worth the money.’

Another said: ‘I wish I had known about these before. My underboobs can get as hot as a thousand suns so these are a life saver. It takes seconds to tuck under my bra and they stay put and keep me cool all day.’

Although it appears that the most recent iteration of the heatwave is over, ithere’s the potential of a long, hot summer. So if you’re already pre-empting the sweats, these might be an idea.

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