WHILE sunny days and balmy nights are adored by many, the scorching weather also leads to extremely sweaty,and rather unpleasant, boobs.
There, we said it, and any woman who has ever spent a day in the sun will know exactly what we mean.
But there might just be a solution – one that all women can benefit from -which will mean no more sweaty boobs – hooray.
Racking up hundreds of gushing reviews on Amazon these nifty cotton bra liners are designed to absorb unwanted – yet inevitable – sweat, stopping it from trickling down your torso.
Easylife's white cotton liners come in one size but can fit up to a size 24, and is worn under the bra to absorb sweat that builds up in the cleavage, under-boob and around the back.
And don't worry, as it can't be seen through clothes so you can get away with wearing it all the time – no wonder women are hailing them as a "game changer".
The liners cost £10.49 , and the cotton material means they're reusable, washable and completely breathable.
"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."
One women even said she uses them to prevent the bra underwire from irritating her – another common issue among women.
She said: "I got these to use under a wired lace bra because it as uncomfortable. These worked a treat, no more uncomfortable bra."
Sowhether you're at home waiting out the hot weather, or heading on out to enjoy the sunshine, you can now rest easy knowing you'll be sweat free.
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And cleaning fanatics are using Mrs Hinch’s favourite Minky to cool down during the heatwave.
Meanwhile it seems Brits have been enjoining the sunshine a little too much as they share pics of their horror sunburn fails after basking in the hottest day of the year.
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