For the underarms only
lisa; Drysol has been around for a long time for many purpose's I have seen people use it for years but make sure it is always under the supervision of a doctor. Follow the directions that were given you and you should have no problems. I read something on a procedure that some dermatoligist are doing in there office to fix these sweat glands if it looks like this is going to be an ungoing thing you make check out other options.
You can continue to use Drysol as long as you want. After the sweating stops, you are supposed to apply it less often (every other day, two days, etc.). That amount depends on the person and their preference. If you use it too often (everyday) in a high concentration it will cause underarm skin irritation (sucks but worth it when the tradeoff is embarrassment). It does take care or underarm odor to an extent. I use cologne because other areas of the body also sweat. I would recommend perfume so you won't have to worry about any odor. Also DO NOT apply any other type of deodorant while using Drysol/Hypercare/Xerac AC it can cause major skin irritation or even reduce the effectiveness of the medicine.
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