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Driclor Solution: A Complete Guide
Published: 8th August, 2017 in: Conditions
Excess sweating can be an uncomfortable condition as well as a source of embarrassment. If you find that you sweat excessively, it may have an impact on your confidence especially in social situations. Driclor is an effective product designed to combat excess sweating in areas such as hands, feet and armpits.
How to Use Driclor
Driclor can be used to treat excess sweating (also known as Hyperhidrosis). This powerful formula contains aluminium chloride and blocks the sweat glands to prevent sweating. It can be used on the hands, feet or armpits and comes in the form of a roll on deodorant.
How Long Does It Take to Work?
Use Driclor on a night before you go to bed for the best results. This way, the product will block the sweat glands at a time when they are least active. Wash the formula off in the morning and apply it each night to see results. Once you notice that sweat levels have decreased, you can begin to reduce the amount of times you apply it.
How to Stop Driclor Stinging
Follow the instructions carefully when applying Driclor to avoid any unwanted reactions or stinging sensations. Do not apply Driclor to freshly shaven armpits as this can cause a stinging sensation. Apply sparingly as you would a regular deodorant. Always apply to clean, dry skin.
If you apply this to broken or irritated skin, a stinging sensation can occur. Use this product on hands, feet and armpits only and be careful not to let Driclor come into contact with the eyes or the mouth.
Yes, Anhydrol Forte Roll On and Perspirex Original Roll On are both suitable alternatives for Driclor products and can address excessive sweating issues by blocking the sweat glands on the feet, armpits and hands.