DRICLOR SOLUTION

Active substance: ALUMINIUM CHLORIDE HEXAHYDRATE

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PATIENT INFORMATION LEAFLET

aluminium chloride hexahydrate, 20%
Read all of this leaflet carefully because it
contains important information for you.
This medicine is available without prescription.
However, you still need to use Driclor carefully to
get the best results from it.

3. How to use Driclor
follow their instructions. Otherwise, follow the

pharmacist.

again
again.
information or advice.
leaflet, tell your doctor or pharmacist.
In this leaflet:
1. What Driclor is and what it is used for
2. Before you use Driclor
3. How to use Driclor
4. Possible side effects
5. How to store Driclor
6. Further information
1. What Driclor is and what it is used for
Driclor Solution (called Driclor in this leaflet)
contains a medicine called aluminium chloride.

How to assemble Driclor Solution
Place the bottle on a
1.
flat surface.
Unscrew the cap
carefully.
Throw the cap away.
Put the roller ball into

2.

bottle. Gently push
down.

Screw on the larger
cap firmly. This will
secure the roller ball.

3.

Driclor is used to treat very heavy sweating
(perspiration) of the armpits, hands and the feet.
Everyone sweats (perspires) to some extent,
extent
especially when it is hot, but some people sweat

How much Driclor to use

conditions. Embarrassment, stress and tension
use it once a day, last thing at night just
before you go to bed. This is because your
sweat glands are least active at this time. This
time
should stop you sweating during the day.

2. Before you use Driclor
Do not use Driclor if:
of the other ingredients (listed in Section 6).
Try not to get Driclor on breasts whilst breast

you may be able to cut down to using Driclor

traces before you begin feeding.

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How to apply Driclor
a few days, or if you notice any other
armpits, hands or feet by using the roll on

to your doctor or pharmacist.
5. How to store Driclor

Driclor in your eyes, lips or mouth.
4. Wash the Driclor off in the morning and do not

as usual. Driclor is not a deodorant and does
not contain any perfume.
What else you need to know when applying
Driclor
case of accidental contact with the eyes or
other sensitive areas, rinse well with water.

date which is printed on the bottle
and carton after Exp.

6. Further information
What Driclor contains:
hexahydrate (20% w/w or 185mg/ml).
purifed water.

with hair removal products (within 12 hours

What Driclor looks like
Driclor is a clear liquid and comes in a 75ml bottle.

that has been shaved (within 12 hours) or on

Marketing Authorisation Holder and
Manufacturer

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If you forget to use Driclor

Stiefel
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forgotten dose.
Manufacturer:
4. Possible side effects
although not everybody gets them. The following
may happen with this medicine:
swelling, burning sensation, pain, rash and

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charge:
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Driclor

Product name: Driclor Solution
Reference number: PL 00079/0694

grazes)

This is a service provided by the Royal National

the morning or at different times to applying
Driclor.

Date of preparation
November 2013

to see if this helps.

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Source: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency

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