DRYSOL® is a clinical topical antiperspirant for people with excessive sweating or hyperhydrosis. It is different from other clinical strength antiperspirants commonly found in the pharmacy as it can temporarily close the pores of the sweat glands in the lower and middle epidermis. This occlusion lasts until the skin is naturally exfoliated by the physiological regeneration of the skin.
DRYSOL® should be applied to dry skin only at bedtime while your sweat glands are less active
*Please refer the Package Insert for complete instructions for use
DRYSOL® can sometimes cause irritation if applied on broken or recently shaved skin. If applied correctly and mild itching, burning, prickling, or tingling of the treated area occurs, discontinue use and consult a doctor. They may recommend that you use a lower strength like DRYSOL® Mild, or an alternate treatment for your condition.
DRYSOL® can be purchased in Canada without a prescription. It is available nationally at top retailers over the counter in the deodorant section
DRYSOL® Antiperspirant contains Aluminum Chloride Hexahydrate (ACH). ACH helps to create a plug at the entrance and inside the pore to prevent sweating.
Maybe you read somewhere that aluminum in antiperspirants isn’t healthy, or maybe causes cancer or Alzheimer’s. Both the American Cancer Society and Alzheimer Canadian Association have confirmed there is no clear link made between antiperspirants containing aluminum and any of these conditions.
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Usually at the onset of puberty, or around 13, is when doctors may consider recommending DRYSOL®. Your doctor will be able to assess your child’s growth and development to determine if DRYSOL® will work for them.
It’s unknown whether DRYSOL® can harm an unborn baby, passes into breast milk, or could hurt a breastfeeding baby. Let your doctor know if you’re pregnant, might become pregnant or are breastfeeding while using this product.
We do not recommend using any other products while using DRYSOL®. If after three days of use you do not see a positive change in your condition we suggest that you contact your doctor to discuss your concerns.