... experiencing. I mainly notice this area to be around her head, face, neck/chest and back area. How should I apply this solution and what is the recommended usage period for someone this age without taking away her natural ablity to sweat normally?
For best results, apply Drysol only at bedtime, when you are less likely to sweat. You will need to leave the medicine on your skin for 6 to 8 hours after application.
Apply the medication evenly to the affected areas and allow it to dry. Avoid getting it in your eyes, mouth, and nose, or on your lips. If it does get into any of these areas, wash with water. Use a hair dryer on a cool setting to dry the skin if needed. Wear a tee-shirt or short-sleeved nightgown to bed to keep the medicine from rubbing off onto your bed linens.
Repeat the application for 2 or 3 more nights in a row, until you get the desired results of reduced sweating. Using the medication one or two times per week thereafter may be enough to keep your condition under control."
You will need to use your own judgement as to how often you use it depending on its effect.
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