There Is An 87p Cream Which Apparently Stops Thigh and Boob Chafing

Now there’s a title that possibly made a lot of ladies listen up! As unattractive as it may sound, us ladies are no stranger to thigh and boob chaffing when the weather gets warm.

The hot Easter weather gave us a tease of whats to comes: waddling around in 20 degree plus heat, and gracing that old, familiar nemesis that is thigh chafing.

Chafing thighs and underboob sweat are what I’d call two of the most annoying things to come out of a hot summer.

So I’ll be honest – I’m quite petite and slim, so my thighs don’t tend to meet together that much as I could do with a bit more ‘meat’ on them, however, sitting down in the heat, getting down from high chairs, and wearing denim shorts which cause rubbing gives me an indication of how tough chaffing can be.

So what can we do about it? It looks like there is a remedy being trialled out across women across the country, after a lady on Twitter shared her own secret.

The lady said she ending her thigh-rubbing and boob-sweating misery by using an 87p cream from ASDA.

‘Liquid Talc’ acts as talc but in a liquid form (obviously, from the name, but just incase!) and comes under Asda’s ‘Little Angels’ baby skincare range. It’s first use is to help newborn skin with nappy rash, leg creases, and general softness of their skin. But apparently it doubles up to prevent thigh chafing and underboob sweating.

The Liquid Talc likely works in a similar way to another anti-thigh chafing trick – rolling deodorant onto the inside of your thighs. The slick layer it creates allows them to easily slip past each other, as opposed to causing painful friction every time your thighs rub together.

I haven’t tried it, so I can’t personally rave or diss it. But, a lot of ladies on social media are going crazy for it! Give it a try, and be sure to let me know…

After all, it’s 87p!

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