3 Ways to Stop Sweat in its Stinky Tracks

by Feb 8, 2022Hyperhidrosis0 comments

1. Carpe

Never have I wanted to slather my pits in something so badly.

Carpe antiperspirant gets the science behind sweat, and they’ve developed products for just about every annoying body part that gets soaked. Plus, they’ve got some killer new scents that I want to sniff 24/7, like Cypress and Bergamot. It’s like a spa day for your pits.

If you’re one of the lucky ones whose underarms are the least of your concerns, there are still plenty of things for you to try in the Carpe antiperspirant line for hand, foot, thighs, and – one of the hardest to find anti sweat products for – the face.

Bonus: Carpe antiperspirants are available over the counter and don’t require a prescription. Now that’s something I’ll clap my sweaty hands for.

I recommend you try Carpe.

2. Dermadry

Excessive sweating? There’s a machine for that.

Dermadry are the creators of the anti-sweat device. Their machine can treat excessive sweating using a technology known as tap water iontophoresis. During iontophoresis treatment, a mild current is delivered to the treatment area, which neutralizes the connection between the nerves and overactive sweat glands. The science may sound complicated, but their machine is as simple as can be.

Treatment is done at home so you can sit back, relax, and let Dermadry do its thing. Its “thing” being providing you with up to 6 weeks of continuous dryness at a time!

Dermadry targets the three areas most commonly affected by hyperhidrosis: the hands, feet, and underarms. Ready to achieve the dryness you deserve? Check out Dermadry. It really works.

Dermadry iontophoresis machine

Dermadry is the antisweat iontophoresis machine.

3. Oral Medications

There are many medications you can ask your doctor about for sweating. They include:

  • anticholinergics – a class of drugs that are prescribed as off-label use since a side effect is reduced sweating
  • beta blockers, and
  • benzodiazepines.

Beta blockers and benzodiazepines work to block the physical manifestations of anxiety, one of them being sweating. These are not generally for long-term use but may be effective for episodic sweaty events such as job interviews or public speaking.

As always, this information is not medical advice. Please consult with a licensed health care professional before seeking treatment for hyperhidrosis.

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This article is sponsored by Carpe. It also contains affiliate links. All opinions are my own.

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