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Apply antiperspirant at night.
If you use antiperspirant to help control sweating, it will be more effective if you apply it at night before you go to bed.
Putting on antiperspirant in the morning does less to prevent sweat because it doesn't have as much time to soak into your pores without being rubbed or sweated off, especially if you put it on directly after a shower.
By putting on your antiperspirant at night, the active ingredients have time to work on your body.
You'll sweat less throughout the following day.
You can still smear on a little deodorant after a shower to keep you smelling fresh, but your antiperspirant action should last for 24 hours, even after a shower.
In other words, if you start to stink halfway through the day, go for deodorant in the mornings and antiperspirant at night.
Otherwise, you should be fine on the night shift.
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