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Woman invents revolutionary towel for under-bust sweat

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Aug 10, 2017, 4:30 pm IST
Updated Aug 10, 2017, 4:45 pm IST
Towel invented by LA resident Erin Robertson has taken the fashion market by storm with women tweeting how much they want it.
Under-bust sweat is a problem faced by women everywhere and Erin’s Ta-Ta towel offers a good solution to it (Photo: Ta Ta towel website screengrab)
 Under-bust sweat is a problem faced by women everywhere and Erin’s Ta-Ta towel offers a good solution to it (Photo: Ta Ta towel website screengrab)

A new towel has come into being that has women wanting for more… of the towels. The towel was invented by LA resident Erin Robertson who said the idea came to her when she could not stop sweating while getting ready for a date.

Understandably, under-bust sweat is a problem faced by women everywhere and Erin’s Ta-Ta towel offers a good solution to it. Maybe it has become a woman’s breast friend!

 

Speaking about it, Erin in her website wrote that she was living in Los Angeles and was getting ready to go out on a first date. However, even after she got out of the shower and started getting ready, she could not stop sweating since her A/C was broken and it was summer.

Her website goes on to add, “'I had a lot working against me. I tried everything: I tucked wash cloths under my breasts, I tried dumping baby powder all over me, I even put a t-shirt on and tucked it under my boobs.”

It further adds, “While I was blow-drying my hair, I just kept thinking: “There HAS to be a better way to keep the beads of sweat from dripping down my stomach.””

The thought kept on plaguing her mind even during her date and till much later.

It was then that Erin used towels that she already had at home to create a prototype and then started making them for her friends as well, all of whom use them for everything from treating skin conditions to getting changed at the gym.

She used YouTube to teach herself how to sew and as soon as the first prototypes were ready she asked her friends to test them, and they loved it.

The towels have become quite a bit famous with each being sold for $45 and women tweeting how much they love it.

 

 

 

Am someone even wrote this,

 

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