How to Stop Sweating – Simple tips to stop the drip!

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Updated: March 15, 2017

Excessive underarm sweating is “the pits” – pun intended. If you’ve ever experienced the embarrassment of giving a sweaty hug, extending a sweaty handshake, or soaking your shirt during an important presentation, then this article is just for you.

Ask yourself this question: What would dry underarms mean for you? More confidence? More success? Less embarrassment? More living? Less hiding? Freedom to be, do, and wear whatever you like?

Let’s be honest… stopping sweat and regaining that lost confidence can be a game-changer.

Here’s a few tips we’ve learned over the last decade that just might help you change your game. Keep reading…

For you article scanners looking to get to the “syrupy goodness” of this post, we’ve made it easy on you.

Six quick tips to stop sweating so much:

  1. Use a clinical strength antiperspirant – You can try this one free 😉
  2. Apply antiperspirant the right way
  3. Dress strategically
  4. Watch what you eat – Spicy, fatty foods are often sweat triggers
  5. Exercise regularly to combat stress and promote balance
  6. Don’t sweat (stress) your sweat

Let’s take a closer look…

Clinical Strength Antiperspirants.

1. Use a Clinical Strength Antiperspirant to Stop Excessive Sweating:

Take your old, chalky, shirt-yellowing antiperspirant/deodorant combo and throw it out the window. You need a product dedicated to stopping sweat – a clinical strength antiperspirant. For sufferers of hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating, a high concentration of aluminum chloride is required for an antiperspirant to be effective. Most store-bought antiperspirants do not have enough active ingredient to be effective for excessive sweating. Look for products with 12% or higher aluminum chloride content. There are many over-the-counter antiperspirants with a high enough aluminum chloride content to be considered effective for treating hyperhidrosis.

In the event that a stronger concentration is needed, your doctor can recommend a prescription antiperspirant. Using antiperspirants containing aluminum chloride is the most cost-effective way to topically treat hyperhidrosis and profuse sweating. Though the relief they provide is temporary, lasting anywhere from hours to days depending on the brand, these antiperspirants are easily accessible, safe, and highly effective.

Apply Antiperspirant at Night.

2. Apply Antiperspirant Right, Apply Antiperspirant at Night:

How hard can it be to apply an antiperspirant? You’d be surprised. For an antiperspirant to be most effective, it should be applied at night before going to bed. Why? Because the active ingredient (aluminum chloride) needs time to create a block in the sweat gland. Most importantly, applying at night is important because typically this is a time when most people sweat less or not at all.

A few more secrets to get the most out of your Antiperspirant:

1. Apply at Night: Ya ya… we already said this, but it’s THAT important.

2. Ensure the Underarm is CLEAN and DRY: Meaning… your underarm shouldn’t have any residue or trace of antiperspirant/deodorant from the day. It is recommended that you shower before hand to ensure a clean underarm.

3. Make Sure Antiperspirant Has Optimal Skin Contact with Underarms: Hairy armpits can be your worst enemy when trying to achieve favorable results from your antiperspirant. For best results, consider trimming or even shaving your underarms. However, do not apply antiperspirants or deodorants immediately after shaving as this can cause unnecessary skin irritation. It’s best to shave and then apply your antiperspirant at least 24 hours later.

4. If at First You Don’t Succeed… Try, Try, Again: Sometimes you won’t see a substantial stoppage in your sweat after just one antiperspirant application. But don’t give up. Often times it can take up to 3-4 nights of applying a strong antiperspirant consistently until you achieve the desired results. Once antiperspirant is effective, you can apply as needed.

Woman Picking Wardrobe

3. Dress Strategically:

Our wardrobe changes with the weather and with varied life situations. We dress light when it’s hot, we dress heavy when it’s cold. For most people who suffer from excessive sweating, the sweat comes no matter the weather, the outfit, or the occasion. So, we have to be strategic about how we dress in order to reduce the sweat and hide it too.

Dressing in light, breathable fabrics with ample ventilation can be helpful in reducing sweat, but it’s not always effective or appropriate. That leaves us with our next best option… hiding sweat. If you can’t stop it, hide it. Let’s start with colors to avoid. Keep your light blues, grays, and solid brights in the closet. They’ll always reveal your sweaty side. Dark blues, black, dark colors and distracting patterns will conceal sweat the best. Jackets and sweaters are also useful tools for keeping your sweaty secret… a secret.

But seriously… let’s just forget this whole “dressing strategically” section. Find yourself a great antiperspirant and you can wear what you want, when you want, wherever you want. We’ve heard this one works AWESOME!

Avoid Sweat Triggers

4. Watch What You Eat – Avoid Sweat Triggers:

Spicy foods are an obvious culprit here. If you already sweat more than you want to, it is recommended you stick with the more mild flavors and foods to avoid causing a meltdown from within. You see, your body reacts to spicy food the same way it would to a hot sunny day… It tries to cool things down. That’s done by sweating. Avoid the spicy foods when possible to stop excessive perspiration.

In addition, there are other food triggers that can make your sweating worse. That daily coffee or energy drink you love could be contributing to your excessive sweat problem. Caffeine works its magic by stimulating your central nervous system, giving you a bit of a jolt that gets you moving faster and thinking clearer. This jolt causes your adrenal glands to kick in, in much the same way as the “fight or flight” response does. Basically, your body responds to caffeine like it would respond to danger. This response stimulates the production of sweat on the palms, feet, and underarms. Reducing or eliminating your caffeine intake won’t necessarily stop your hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating, but chances are it will significantly lessen the amount of sweat produced by your apocrine glands (stinky sweat).

Other foods can actually help reduce sweating. While avoiding the sweat triggers above, seek out fruits, vegetables, b-vitamins and other calcium rich foods to help curb your sweat output. It’s not a guarantee, but it can’t hurt.

Exercise to Promote Healthy Sweating

5. Exercise Regularly, Promote Normal Sweating

Regular exercise will trigger the release of endorphins, promoting a sense of relaxation and satisfaction. The lowering of stress hormone levels through aerobic exercise, combined with endorphin release, puts your body at ease and lessens the chance of triggering an adrenal response to stressors (sweating is a result of an adrenal response). To enjoy the benefits of this effect, you’ll need to exercise five days a week for about 30 minutes. Aerobic exercise, that is. This is commonly referred to as “cardio” and includes pretty much anything that gets your heart and lungs working harder for an extended period of time.

Don't Stress Out about Sweat.

6. Don’t Sweat (Stress) Your Sweat:

As you’ve probably figured out… stressing about your sweat will just make it worse. We call it the stress/sweat cycle. Your unwanted sweat leads to stress which leads to more sweat and on and on the vicious cycle goes. Manage your stress and you’ll be one step closer to managing you sweat problem. To manage specific stressors, you’re going to trick your body into thinking they’re no big deal. It’s not difficult, the body’s easy to trick–in fact, nervous sweat is the result of your body being tricked into thinking it’s in danger. So what you’re actually doing is de-tricking it out of panic mode. To accomplish this de-trickery, follow these four steps when you find yourself under pressure:

1. Prepare:
When you know ahead of time that you’re going to be in a stressful situation (i.e. going on a date, attending a party, delivering a presentation), you have the advantage. Study your thoughts regarding the situation–ask yourself what you have to be nervous about. Don’t answer “the meeting” or “failure”, be specific. Become aware of what it is you’re truly worried about, then write it down. You will find that establishing the source of your stress and putting it in words will provide the clarity you need to manage the situation instead of fretting over it. Once you’ve established the source of your stress, practice the meditation techniques described above to prepare your mind for the situation.

2. Breathe: Tell yourself to breathe. Your body usually takes care of this one automatically, but in the midst of an adrenaline rush you may find yourself breathing harder and faster. Taking a slow, deep breath tells your body that it’s not in any sort of danger, that you are calm and relaxed. To get the most out of this exercise, inhale deeply and slowly through your nose, hold the breath for three seconds, then exhale slowly through your mouth. Repeat this ten times.

3. Focus on the Moment: Don’t get caught up in all the worst-case scenarios and “what if…” moments that stress puts you through. If you do, you’ll end up sweating over those instead of the situation itself. Keep your focus where it belongs, on the task at hand. Chances are, the task itself isn’t nearly as stressful without all those hypothetical disasters that come to mind while you do it.

4. Don’t Obsess Over the Sweat: If you start to sweat, don’t worry about it. You don’t need to add another layer of worry to the worry-cake which induced the sweating in the first place. Push the sweat from your mind for the time being–not doing so is likely to result in more sweat so do your best to focus on anything else (bonus points for focusing on your breathing!) while you calm down.

If the steps above are not helpful in your quest to learn how to stop sweating, you may need to get more aggressive with your treatment. It is recommended that you consult with a physician about the following Hyperhidrosis Treatment options:

  • Botox for excessive sweating
  • Miradry for profuse underarm sweating
  • Oral medications for hyperhidrosis

Why Do I Sweat So Much When I Eat Spicy Foods?

Have you ever wondered “Why do I sweat when I eat spicy food?”

It’s a common question…

Here’s the short and spicy on spicy food and why it makes you sweat.

Spicy foods contain a chemical called capsaicin. When consumed, this chemical fools your brain into thinking your body temperature is rising. This false signal goes out to your bodies’ cooling system (your sweat glands) and the sweat starts pouring. Just like a fire suppression sprinkler that goes off accidentally when someone lights a match or cigarette… there’s no fire, but those sprinklers turn on anyway. After that spicy chili, you end up soaking your shirt even though the temperature feels just fine.

If you suffer from hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating, you’ll want to avoid spicy foods. Unless you want to give your already enthusiastic sweat glands another reason to sprinkle your favorite shirt.

Here’s a list of the biggest spicy food offenders that will surely get your sweat glands going: Avoid these and you might just avoid another embarrassing sweat moment.

spicy tso chicken

General Tso’s Chicken

This deep-fried, sweet and most definitely spicy dish is popular in most Chinese restaurants around the nation. If you like spicy Chinese food, you may be tempted to order a whole plate of General Tso’s chicken – Don’t! You may find yourself in a sweaty mess when the bill rolls around.

spicy curry

Spicy Curries

This Southeast Asian cuisine has become widely popular throughout the world. The most common spices found in curries are turmeric, coriander, and cumin – nothing too spicy right? Right. Some curries are okay, but if you are looking to stay dry during your meal, you should avoid the hot and very hot curries. These hot curries include: Jalfrezi, Dhansak, Ceylon, Madras, Vindaloo, and Phal.

Spicy Hot Wings

Spicy Hot Wings

These little delicious wings are can be found at Super Bowl parties, bars, and a plethora of restaurants. Not only are they delectable, but they can be spicy. The kick on these wings is because of the spices such as paprika and cayenne pepper, and of course, plenty of hot sauce.

Sushi & spicy wasabi

Sushi (with Wasabi)

If raw fish tickles your fancy, try to stay away from eating it with wasabi. Wasabi is spicy, but not like a chili pepper. Wasabi’s spicy-ness is more like that of a hot mustard that burns more in your nasal passages rather than on your tongue.

Hot Peppers

Hot Peppers and Jalapenos

If you are browsing a restaurant menu and any of these words pop up in the description of the dish – don’t even think about ordering it. Jalapenos can be found on top of nachos, in a fried appetizer, on a hamburger, or baked and stuffed with cheese and meat. There are also a variety of hot peppers, but some peppers that you should know to avoid are habanero, Cayenne, Serrano, Thai, Tabasco, and Cumari.

I love spicy food and staying away from these foods is darn near impossible. So what’s the alternative to giving up your favorite spicy foods? There are several things you can do to help reduce unwanted sweating. In fact, we’ve compiled a few tips to stop sweating here.

And of course…

The easiest and most effective way to control sweat in almost any circumstance is a strong, safe antiperspirant. We’ve heard this one is one of the best.
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Hyperhidrosis Treatment Options From The Experts

hyperhidrosis treatments and help

Hyperhidrosis is an embarrassing condition when ones underarms, hands, feet, face, and other body areas sweat excessively. Every situation can vary in severity and affected areas. There are no silver bullets that will “cure hyperhidrosis“, but there are many effective treatments that can decrease the embarrassing effects of excessive sweating. We gathered expert advice from medical practitioners and verified trust sources to help you decide which method of treatment is right for you.

Antiperspirants – Hyperhidrosis Treatment #1

Antiperspirants come in varying types, potency, application methods, and effectiveness. The most common are those found at your local grocery store. Depending on how much you sweat and what parts of the body are affected, you’ll need to find an antiperspirant that is right for you.

It’s important to note that there is a HUGE difference between antiperspirants and deodorants. Antiperspirants are for stopping sweat. Deodorants are for stopping odor. There are some combination Antiperspirant/Deodorant products, but most will likely not be effective for more severe cases hyperhidrosis.

Treating hyperhidrosis with Antiperspirants: How does it work?

According to, “Antiperspirants are applied to the top of the skin (which is why you sometime hear them called “topical” treatments). Once an antiperspirant is applied to the skin, perspiration in the underarm grabs and dissolves the antiperspirant particles, pulling them into the pores and forming superficial plugs that are just below the surface of the skin. When your body senses that the sweat duct is plugged, a feedback mechanism stops the flow.”

So how do I know which antiperspirant is right for me?

There are a few factors that should help you determine which antiperspirant is right for you.

  1. Active Ingredient:
    For most antiperspirants, you’ll find that the active ingredient is some variation of aluminum. Studies have shown Aluminum Chloride to be the most effective for moderate-to-severe cases of hyperhidrosis. Look for an antiperspirant with the highest percentage of Aluminum Chloride for best results in reducing perspiration.
  2. Application Method:
    Antiperspirants typically come in rub-on/roll-on, spray, gel, or towelette application method. Depending on which part of your body you’ll be treating for hyperhidrosis, you’ll want to select an antiperspirant that allows for easy and comfortable application. For underarm use, all of the above are effective. If you sweat in other areas, you may consider a more versatile application method such as towelettes that allow you to apply antiperspirant to more areas of the body most effectively.
  3. Reviews:
    Today’s online culture is perfect for vetting claims of antiperspirant manufacturers. Sites like have curated review content that can be relied upon to help you research antiperspirants. Be wary of products with only a handful of reviews. Best-selling products with 1000’s of positive reviews can typically be trusted as they have been purchased and reviewed regularly.
  4. Garment Staining:
    Antiperspirants are known for “yellowing” undershirts and ruining other garments. This happens because of the waxes, fillers, and other chemicals are shed from the treated underarm to the shirt and mixed with sweat. Some antiperspirants do not cause yellowing or staining. Typically they are the non-solid applications like towelettes or roll-ons.
  5. Apply at night:
    Applying an antiperspirant at night before you go to bed is a proven method to increase effectiveness. Nighttime application is ideal because your sweat glands are typically less active and it allows the antiperspirant formula more time to effectively stop or dramatically decrease perspiration and profuse sweating.

Expert Advice on Antiperspirants:

Dr. Keri Peterson, a prominent New York doctor, Women’s Health Magazine contributor, and trusted medical expert for ABC, NBC, FOX, The Rachael Ray Show, and many other news/talk shows explains excessive sweating and hyperhidrosis treatment and recommends SweatBlock Antiperspirant


  • Inexpensive
  • Widely accessible
  • FDA regulated
  • Generally effective


  • Some are messy and chalky (this excludes brands like SweatBlock)
  • Some cause garment staining
  • May not be effective for severe cases


Botox – Hyperhidrosis Treatment #2

If clinical strength antiperspirants provide no relieve from the effects of hyperhidrosis, you may find temporary relief with Botox(R). Botox (Botulinum Toxin) is commonly used to reduce wrinkles, but can also be used to treat hyperhidrosis and treat excessive underarm sweating. Botox is injected by needle to the underarm just below the skin surface.

Treating Hyperhidrosis with Botox – How does it work?

According to the National Hyperhidrosis Society, “OnabotulinumtoxinA (Botox) is a natural, purified protein with the ability to temporarily block the secretion of the chemical that is responsible for “turning on” the body’s sweat glands. By blocking, or interrupting, this chemical messenger, botulinum toxin “turns off” sweating at the area where it has been injected. Botox injections are very shallow, meaning that the medicine is injected just below the surface of the skin, where it remains.”

Expert Advice on Botox

Botox for Hyperhidrosis Treatment Pro/Cons:


  • Generally effective
  • Widely available through certified Physicians
  • Minimally invasive


  • Expensive (avg. $1500/treatment)
  • Must be repeated to maintain effectiveness (every 7-16 months depending on effectiveness)

miraDry – Hyperhidrosis Treatment #3

Like Botox, miraDry is a treatment that can be considered if stronger antiperspirants are not effective for you. miraDry is a relatively new treatment that was cleared by the FDA in 2011 for the treatment of axillary hyperhidrosis or excessive underarm sweating. While not as accessible as Botox from certified physicians, it is generally available in most parts of the US. Studies show up to an 83% reduction in excessive underarm perspiration.

Treating Hyperhidrosis with miraDry – How does it work?

According the the National Hyperhidrosis Society, “miraDry uses a non-invasive handheld device to deliver precisely controlled electromagnetic energy beneath the underarm skin to the specific area where sweat glands are located, resulting in thermolysis (decomposition by heat) of the sweat glands. While the sweat glands are being eliminated through electromagnetic technology, the top layers of the skin are simultaneously cooled and protected. Sweat glands are not believed to grow back after treatment so the effect can be seen almost immediately and results are lasting.” Translation: miradry kills your sweat glands by microwaving them.

Expert Advice on miraDry

miraDry for Hyperhidrosis Treatment – Pros / Cons


  • FDA approved
  • Lasting results


  • Expensive (about $3000)

Oral Medications – Hyperhidrosis Treatment #4

Can it really be as easy as taking a pill to treat hyperhidrosis? Yes and no. Yes there are pills that will help you manage excessive sweating. No, these pills are not for everyone and they do come with side effects. These medications are called anticholinergics. Some brand names for these medications are Ditropan, Robinul, and Por-banthine.

If you have had no success with other treatments or are dealing with compensatory sweating issues, you might consider asking you doctor about anticholinergic drugs.

Treating Hyperhidrosis with Oral Medications

Anticholinergic drugs essentially are chemical inhibitors of the bodies ability to produce liquid like sweat. Because of this, side effect may include dry mouth, blurred vision, dry eyes, constipation, urinary retention, and more. Because of these side effects, medical practitioners have been cautious is recommending anticholinergic drugs and typically reserve as a later option in the process of treating hyperhidrosis.


  • Easy and non invasive


  • Long list of side effects
  • Potential negative interaction with other drugs


There are many treatments for hyperhidrosis that can be considered. Many healthcare providers agree that starting with a good clinical strength antiperspirant like SweatBlock is a good first step for treating hyperhidrosis. It is recommended that when using an antiperspirant that it be applied to a clean underarm (free of deodorant residue) at bedtime. If results are not achieved on the first usage, it may be helpful to apply 2-4 nights consecutively until results are achieved.

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Most Popular Halloween Costumes in 2015 – According to Google

If you haven’t figured out your costume for this year’s Halloween festivities, it’s time to get serious.

You can’t just pick any costume. There are considerations to be made here…

If you’re using SweatBlock, the sky is the limit because you can forget about sweating through your costume. If not, the only thing scarier than a Star Wars Stormtrooper is a sweaty one 🙂

We’ve taken the 2015 list of most “googled” costumes and provided a “sweat rating” that takes the following into consideration:

Weight and Layers: How many layers of clothing is required? Is the costume a heavy one? (think Stormtrooper or Batman)

Make-up or Mask: Any costume requiring heavy make up or suffocating masks are bound to crank up the body temp. (think Joker, zombie, or Jason)

Difficulty: This isn’t so much about sweat as it is about last minute costume planning, though we have included in a weighting the emotional difficulty of actually pulling it off and the nerves that might be required to “put yourself out there.” (think Hulk Hogan or sexy anything)

Without further explanation, here are the top googled costumes of 2015 with a SweatBlock twist:

Darth Vader Costume

Star Wars Costumes

With the much anticipated movie release, it’s the most searched of the year. Our rating were based on Stormtroopers, Aliens, Darth Vadar, and Sythes. We consider Luke, Lea, or Hans costumes quick and easy and certainly less than 4.8 unless your are trying to pull-off Lea with Jabba the Hut.

Pirate Costumes

Pirate Costumes

A perennial favorite and one that can be pulled off quickly and without too much trouble. Add a point for wigs or revealing attire.

Superhero Costumes

Superhero Costumes

In most cases, superheroes are sporting tight, form-fitting get-ups. Some, even have addition stuffing sewn for fake muscle tone. Both mean rising body heat. If you’re going for the Wonder Woman look, thing might get chilly.

Harley Quinn Costume

Harley Quinn Costume

Harley is a tough one to pull off without leather and lost of make-up.

Batman Costume

Batman Costume

Full disclosure: There are really 2 types of Batmen out there. The early 70’s style in glorified pajamas and the more modern Batman with heavy capes, gloves, shirts, fake muscles, boots, etc. This rating is based on the latter, though it may apply for the former if your friends are particularly brutal.

Cat Costume

Cat Costume

In almost every case this is the last minute “paint some whiskers on my face.” If not, add points for fake fur. Consider not being a cat simply because it’s lame 🙂

Minions Costume

Minions Costume

While make up is required to really pull this off, the overalls allow for breathability that makes all the body temp difference. Best done in pairs.

Minnie Mouse Costume

Minnie Mouse Costume

As far as last minute costumes are concerned, this one is akin to the cat. Add points if your are doing anything more than your old, repurposed Disney “ears” hat and some face paint.

Witch Costume

Witch Costume

What would Halloween be without the witch. Done right, the wardrobe is heavier, make-up is thick, hat is required, and hauling around a broom stick are all required.

Wonder Woman Costume

Wonder Woman

A classic for sure. If you can pull it off, good for you. The rating is .5 higher than a pirate because it takes guts to do.

Here are the next 10 just for kicks:

Joker: Sweat Rating 4.7

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Sweat Rating 3.5

Princess: Sweat Rating 3

Mermaid: Sweat Rating 4

Dinosaur: Sweat Rating 3.5

Maleficent: Sweat Rating 4.8

Catwoman: Sweat Rating 4.6

Stormtrooper: Sweat Rating 5

Vampire: Sweat Rating 4.5

Doll: Sweat Rating 2.5

7 Reasons You Should Never Use SweatBlock

If you struggle with severe sweating or hyperhidrosis, you may have heard of SweatBlock-The antiperspirant that claims to control sweat and stop embarrassment for up to 7-days. After years of research and countless customer interviews we’ve compiled a comprehensive report of why you should NEVER use SweatBlock.

1) Excessive Sweat Is Awesome

Let’s admit it. Who doesn’t love super sweaty armpits? The wetness, the sogginess, the stench of freshly soiled armpits is unforgettable… and for some… irresistible. SweatBlock will, without a doubt, ruin your excessive sweat experience. It will turn a once-sweat-soaked lifestyle to a dry oasis of comfort and confidence. Countless SweatBlock customers can attest to the devastating, sweat stopping side effects of SweatBlock. If you love your excessive sweat, stay away from SweatBlock.

2) Confidence is Overrated

Why would anyone really want to be confident? There’s hardly a good thing about being confident… success, money, fame, friends… who needs any of it? That’s why we’re warning you about SweatBlock. Complaints of increased confidence are all too common among SweatBlock customers. We tracked down a few customers and here’s what they had to say… John from Washington lamented of “walking into all presentations and meetings with total confidence,” Leslie from New York states that “SweatBlock has restored [her] self-confidence,” and finally Adam M. claims that he can “now wear any color shirts and go out with confidence.” Wow… enough said. So, If you really value embarrassing moments, fear, and your awkward insecurities, don’t touch SweatBlock.

3) Dark Clothing is all the Rage

Dark clothes, baggy clothes… they bring out your true colors. There’s nothing more attractive than dark, baggy, bulky clothes AND they do wonders when it comes to preserving that excessive sweat we all love so much. Dark clothing makes the man or woman. Darth Vader, the Phantom, the Grim Reaper, and Voldemort are just a few examples that come to mind. If you want to maintain your dark wardrobe, you should reach for a drug store antiperspirant- NOT SweatBlock. Listen to this horror story from somebody that tried SweatBlock… “I sweat so bad I had to wear dark color clothes. Today I went and bought pink, lime green, yellow, and light blue shirts. I’m so excited!” and another… “after I tried SweatBlock, I can wear colors without worrying.” Don’t let SweatBlock turn your beautiful closet of dark and baggy clothes into a drab, depressing rainbow of colors and styles.

4) Nothing Beats an Awkward Hug

Excessive sweating is fun and one of the best parts of sweaty underarms is frequent awkward hugs. If I go a day without that awkward embrace my life feels incomplete. Imagine hugging someone without leaving that soggy surprise or embracing your crush and not feeling the sting of sweaty embarrassment. Let’s not beat around the bush here… SweatBlock will deprive you of those awkward hugs. Don’t let SweatBlock steal the awkward moments in life, stick with that cheap stuff from Walmart.

5) No More Anti-Social Life

Do you enjoy hiding in the shadows, avoiding social events, and living like a hermit? Do you love that anti-social life-style? SweatBlock has some serious side effects when it comes to social life. It effectively ruins any Anti-social life you had. If you apply SweatBlock you may find yourself going to concerts, parties, clubs and being a serial extrovert. Kelly, a SweatBlock user found that she could “go out and be social and not worry about being around the opposite sex,” even more shocking another anonymous user claims that SweatBlock “saved my social life, my shirts and my confidence.” Do we really need to go on? Don’t sabotage your anti-social life with SweatBlock.

6) Curse of Clean Shirts

One of the many benefits of drug store antiperspirants and deodorants is how they leave those stylish stains on your shirts. Add a little perspiration to that and you have a masterpiece. Now when you go out… you won’t be ignored. Nobody can ignore a glorious sweat stain. At school, at work, during the football game and the club. You and your stains are truly unmistakable. But there’s something out there that threatens your sweat-stained shirts. You guessed it… SweatBlock. SweatBlock stops the sweat and doesn’t mark its territory like other antiperspirants. What do you have left? A plain old clean, unmarked, unstained shirt. You’re cursed with a clean shirt. Avoid SweatBlock and you’ll avoid the curse.

7) Your Daily Antiperspirant Ritual… Destroyed

The daily ritual of rolling and rubbing your armpits with itchy, irritating antiperspirant is sacred. Sometimes, if you’re lucky, this ritual can happen 2, 3 or more times a day… which only adds to the irritation. Why give that up for SweatBlock? SweatBlock only allows you to take part in this application ritual once every 7 days. Laureen from Michigan lamented that after applying SweatBlock one night “the next day I was AMAZED to have been sweat free!! It was a miracle!! I lasted a little over a week without needing another application!”

In conclusion… if you like hyperhidrosis, sweaty underarms, awkward hugs and living like a hermit, please avoid using SweatBlock. You’ve been warned.