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Iontophoresis for Hyperhidrosis : 19 Common Questions

If you suffer from excessive and uncontrollable sweating, a condition known as hyperhidrosis, you’ve probably investigated various treatments. Stopping the embarrassing and life-altering effects of hyperhidrosis is a daily, never-ending quest. Iontophoresis hyperhidrosis treatments might be the solution for you. If you’ve never heard of iontophoresis therapy, this article will help answer your questions. Iontophoresis: […]

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Looking for a Prescription Antiperspirant? Read This First!

When sweating reaches epic proportions, you need something more than pedestrian store-shelf antiperspirants. You need a heavy weight contender – a prescription, or prescription “strength” antiperspirant. Here’s your guide to prescription-only and clinical strength antiperspirants. What is prescription antiperspirant? As the name implies, prescription antiperspirants require a prescription and a doctor’s supervision. They cannot be […]

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16 Home Remedies for Stinky Shoes

So, your favorite shoes stink. You don’t dare take them off even though your feet are screaming to be let out. Embarrassing, but true. Don’t worry, help is on the way. Here’s 16 Home Remedies for Stinky Shoes: 1. Wash + exfoliate feet (especially in between toes) 2. Stop sweaty feet to stop stinky shoes […]

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The Truth About Aluminum Chloride – 6 Things You May Have Missed

Do you suffer from chronic, excessive sweating? Hyperhidrosis, the official medical term for profuse sweating, affects millions here in the USA and around the world. Antiperspirants with aluminum chloride are the first line of defense against extreme sweating. 6 Things You Should Know About Aluminum Chloride What is aluminum chloride? How does aluminum chloride stop […]

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Qbrexza : What You Should Know about Dermira’s New Hyperhidrosis Treatment

The Federal Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved a prescription-only drug designed to treat axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive armpit sweating). This hyperhirosis medicine is called Qbrexza (or Qbrexza Cloth), and it is manufactured by Dermira. Qbrexza Cloth will be available to the public sometime in October of 2018. New hyperhidrosis treatments are encouraging and welcome. Let’s look […]

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