Shoppers are raving about bra liners that promise to prevent ‘underboob sweat’.
The £21.95 Belly Bandit Don’t Sweat It bra liners are made of a bamboo material that absorb sweat and help women stay dry in the heat.
Designed as part of a maternity range, the accessory is likely to find new fans as Britons battle against soaring temperatures.
One solution to under boob sweat is going viral, Belly Bandit Don’t Sweat It bra liners, with shoppers raving over the product as a ‘lifesaver’ in the hot weather
Placed just under your bra, or gym bra, the liners are made of viscose from bamboo material – so soak up any sweat
Shoppers online have been raving about the product, with one posting:’I just spoke about someone needing to invent something like this!!’
Some fans have taken to the brands Instagram to rave about the invention, while many have left reviews, with one saying its a ‘lifesaver’.
One said: ‘I just spoke about someone needing to invent something like this !! I didn’t know it actually existed.’
While another one simply said: ‘Such a great invention.’
The liners, which were designed for pregnant women to fit underneath their bras, are being praised by many in the hot weather
The product can be easily slipped out and placed underneath a bra or sports bra, with the description promising it would rid women of ‘wet clothes and irritated skin’
Shoppers have been raving about the product on social media and the company’s website
The band is slid beneath the bottom of the bra to create a barrier between the back strap and the skin.
An online description reads: ‘The bra liners minimize the effects of unsightly and uncomfortable under-boob perspiration…
‘Our soft, viscose from bamboo material gently absorbs moisture while moving with your body. Any size, any age or any activity—these sweat soakers are the perfect way to stay dry and comfortable around the clock.’
The liners come in black, nude and pink but are unfortunately sold out on the company website.
Shoppers were left raving over the liner, with some who had larger breasts saying the product would be a ‘lifesaver’