I lost the instructions and warnings on how to apply the Hypercare solution and I'm not sure I did it right. I just squeezed some onto my hand and rubbed it all over my armpits. Also, it's itching ALOT and I fear I'll have some trouble sleeping! PLEASE help me with this! Would taking an antihistamine help the itching (they have helped when I have had itchiness related to allergies).THIS IS DRIVING ME CRAZY!!! I really want to stop sweating, but right now I don't know if the uncomfortableness is even worth it??
5 Feb 2012
Srry,This isnt an Answer, i just have the same problems,i know how u feel. i use Drysol,( its pretty much the same thing as hypercare) and have been using it for about 3 weeks, the pain now isnt as bad as it was when i first started using it. i guess my hands are getting used to it, but its been 3 weeks! and my hands do feel itchy when i use it and i get little rashes from it. and dont know what to do. and sometimes i cant sleep at night cause it itches so bad. i wish someone had some answers. .
8 Jun 2012
I use Hypercare once a week now. The first time you do it those 2-3 days may make you want to cry ( sorry ) because the skin is already sore, but doing it just once a week isn't so bad. It's kinda weird but i keep something cold under my armpits while I sleep when I use it. Like a bag of ice cubes wrapped in a rag. Also a glass of wine before bed helps :) Kind of a hassle but I feel its worth it.
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