The parts of your body that are the most likely to get wetter as they dry are the areas of your skin that have the highest concentration of sweat glands. These include the palms of your hands and soles of your feet, as well as your underarms.
When you start sweating, however, you will notice that all areas of your skin will become damp. This is because water evaporates from any surface where there is a temperature difference between the air and the skin (i.e., when you sweat).
The reason why these particular areas get wetter as they dry is because they contain more sweat glands than other parts of the body — so there is more moisture available for evaporation.
Last modified: November 2, 2022