Many products claim to keep you cool, but do they work in Singapore? We test sports sleeves that are popular with cyclists and claim to absorb less heat from the sun, moisture-wicking fabric marketed under brands like “dri-fit” or “clima-cool” that claim to help sweat evaporate faster and new fad ice slurries, which are ice-blended sports isotonic drinks which claim to cool you down faster.
This is all done with the help of Dr Fabian Lim, an associate professor of Exercise Physiology at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University.
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