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Antiperspirants: It's best to let the body do what it needs to, i.e., sweat out toxins (of which there are far too many in our world today). If using an antiperspirant consider using it sparingly, for big events rather than daily. Avoid odorous foods such as garlic and onions on those days when you want to stay especially fresh and clean-smelling. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Options: Best care starts first in family physician's office. Surgery can be quite successful for appropriate candidates. While done often by experienced thoracic surgeons (vats), it is chest surgery (major surgery). There are risks and benefits. Appropriate candidates should be selected. This link to consensus: http://goo.Gl/voqx5. ...Read more
Parabens: Parabens are the most common preservative overall. Some people become allergic to them. If you are not allergic to them, it is fine to use products that contain them. If you are having an allergic contact dermatitis to a product, see your dermatologist and you can be tested to see what components of the product to are allergic to. Parabens are not the most common cause of allergic contact dermat. ...Read more
Technically Yes: Purists, who argue against applying any non-organic substances to your skin, would argue that there are toxic elements in most commercial deodorants. They say that they adversely affect the immune system. Using these products is a choice that depends on your general health and whether you feel the benefits out-weigh the risks. ...Read more
Over-active sweating: Hyperhidrosis refers to excessive sweating, typically of the palms, soles of feet, and/or underarms, that occurs when the person is not hot. People who have it avoid shaking hands because they are embarressed by their constantly sweaty palms. Multiple treatments are available. You should go to sweathelp.org for more information. ...Read more
I have severe hot itchy rash under breasts from sweating. Intertrigo?? have tried numerous treatments including nystatin, miconazole, clortromizole , dial soap. hibiclenz , oatmeal soap, cetaphil soap, witch haze, lemons, iodine, apple cider vinegar
Which one is best for hairs?
1)- clear shampoo
2)- headershoulder shampoo
6) dove soap
W/ gel deodorant my sweat bleaches clothes. It melts shoe polymers/glue. Have hyperhidrosis, shoes stink after a month, sprays don't work. What to do?
I'm male have excessive sweat underarm and i start using Certain Dri Anti-Perspirant with more aluminium %, what is the effects of this deodorant ?
Let us see: Sweating has nothing to do with underarm hair. You'll sweat the same amount hair or no hair. Sweating has nothing to do with underarm hair. You'll sweat the same amount hair or no hair. ...Read more