Previously, we’ve established I’m a bit… sweaty.
I’ve been known to get a bit damp under breast. And pit. And any other fold of skin that rubs up against another fold of skin.
So in today’s instalment of me trying things I’ve seen on the internet to not be wet all the time, I’d like to introduce you to Megababe’s Bust Dust.
Yes, Bust Dust.
As someone who owns breasts that sweat, I was very keen to see if this product could help reduce the sore, red spots I find on my top half when taking off my bra after a long, warm day.
At $20.25 AU (plus $17.15 AU for shipping from the US in 7-21 working days), Bust Dust isn’t the cheapest nor the most convenient product to get your hands on. So is Megababe’s Bust Dust worth your time and money?
Let’s go through the basics to find out.
What does Bust Dust do?
Bust Dust promises big things. Namely, to have “the final word on boob sweat”.
“Formulated with bacteria-fighting lavender and soothing chamomile, think of it as your daily armour to protect against sweat seeping through your top. What you will find is superior sweat protection and a smooth, velvety finish,” the product’s website says.
Essentially, it acts in the same way baby powder kept us dry before we found out talc could increase our risk of ovarian cancer (not cool man).
What is Bust Dust made from?
It looks like talcum powder, but you and your ovaries can be assured it’s not. Bust Dust is basically corn starch – known for it’s high moisture absorbency – and bicarb soda mixed with a few other lumps and bumps friendly additions.