Anyone with a hint of underboob cleavage will know the drill.
You hop out of the shower feeling fresh. You wrap yourself in a towel, pop down on the bed, and start blow-drying your hair.
Then, the horror begins.
You’ve already dried off, so why does the bit under your breasts feel damp?
Ah. It’s sweat. Buckets of sweat collecting under the boob area. Great. You’re seriously considering taking another shower just to get rid of it.
Our usual solution tends to be ignoring the boob sweat or rinsing our under-tit under the sink.
One woman has an alternative: The Ta-Ta Towel.
The Ta-Ta Towel is, essentially, an absorbant towel for your tits. Your boobs. Your breasts.
You sling it around and underneath your breasts, and get the feeling of freedom that comes with being bra-free, but without a trickle of sweat down your stomach as you’re getting ready for a night out.
The creator, Erin Roberston, says she was inspired to create the product after battling her boob sweat in a hot apartment, and finding no products to fix the issue other thank ‘maxi-pad-looking things that you stick in your bra.’
‘I didn’t want to wear a bra while I was getting ready or just lounging around the house,’ she explains on the Ta-Ta Towel’s website. ‘I wanted my “girls” to be free.’
She learned how to sew, created a pattern, and started handing out the towels to friends to get some feedback.
Turns out it had benefits beyond rescuing those struggling with tit-sweat.
One woman used to get rashes under her breasts due to moisture buildup – the towel got rid of all the irritation and moisture build up, while breastfeeding women enjoyed having something that accommodates sensitive nipples and absorbs leaks.
It’s been around since 2015, but a recent tweet prompted Jezebel to write about the product, bringing it to everyone’s attention. For which we are eternally grateful, because we can’t believe we’ve been living for so long in this world without a product to help us with boob sweating while blow-drying.
If you fancy getting your own Ta-Ta Towel, they’re currently available in four colours and cost $45 (£34.24) each. Oh, and they come in three sizes, accommodating breasts up to an H cup. So that’s appreciated.
Is this the truest definition of an over the shoulder boulder holder?
Yes. And that is why we want it on our tits, ASAP.
Never again shall we have to sacrifice the freedom of our knockers to avoid clammy moisture collection. What a time to be alive.