Question: What is the meaning of carpe?

Though commonly taken as “seize,” the Latin carpe originally means “to gather or pluck” and diem “day,” making carpe diem suggest “enjoy the present while it is ripe.” On its own, carpe diem is recorded in English in 1817 in the letters of another famed poet, Lord Byron.

How is carpe diem used today?

Today Carpe Diem is about maximising our experiences in life, taking chances and grabbing opportunities. Perhaps being brave or strong enough to do something you really want to, making the most of the moment and being the best, you can be.

Which is better Carpe or SweatBlock?

Both brands, Carpe and SweatBlock, use the same active ingredient meaning they will both most likely have fairly similar results. SweatBlock has a higher percentage of aluminum sesquichlorohydrate which means it may be a stronger product, but it will probably also lead to more irritation.

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