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Driclor Antiperspirant Roll on 75ml

4.5 out of 5 stars 309 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • For the treatment of excessive perspiration

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Product Description

Dricolor Roll-Onfor The Treatment Of Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Perspiration)Unwanted Effects :Driclor Can Stain Clothes So Take Care To Let It Dry Fully Before Putting On Nightclothesdriclor Can Discolour Jewellery And Metal Surfacesdriclor May Cause Irritation In Some People, If This Occurs, Ask Your Pharmacist Or Doctor For Adviceif You Experience Any Unwanted Effects Not Mentioned In This Leaflet, You Should Stop Using Driclor And Ask Your Pharmacist Or Doctor For Advice.Other Information :Driclor Does Not Contain Any Perfume And Is Not A Deodorantyou Can Continue Using Your Normal Deodorant In The Usual Way

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 4.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001TU1EPU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (309 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,471 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)

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As a teenager, I always sweat a lot under my arms but it never bothered me because I was going through puberty and I guess that was expected. When I started working (at age 18) it became a problem. On mornings, after taking a shower, I would apply my regular deodorant/antiperspirant and by the time I got to work under my arms were wet. And after an entire day in the classroom, it had an odour. It was embarrassing to say that least and I freaked out. I started researching and discovered that there was a difference between an antiperspirant and a deodorant - the deodorant basically masks the odour while the antiperspirant (just by its name) stops you from sweating). I know some persons may say 'well duh' but these are things I never looked into before. I used to use the Avon products which are deodorants and so I figured that since they didn't do what I wanted I would switch to the antiperspirants. I have used Mitchum, Secret, Degree, Lady's Speed Stick - long and name it I've used it. And I still kept sweating profusely under my arm. I even used raw lemons/limes (cut them and rub them under my armpits in the bath) and they worked but it was tedious and left my arm raw and bruised which meant the days I couldn't use them I was in trouble. I tried vinegar and that also worked but again I had the same rawness etc. from the rubbing.

I did some more research and discovered that there was a name for my issue - hyperhydrosis - which is basically uncontrollable excessive sweating. It can happen under the arms or palms (and possibly other places). By reading more, I began to understand that my problem was not one that a regular antiperspirant could control. Through a google search, I was able to locate this product - driclor.
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I've had issues with excessive sweating since I was a child. I tried everything out there with no long lasting results. I resigned myself to sticking to black clothing and hoping no one would be able to see sweat stains on my shirts. I felt gross and self conscious. I never had an issue with body odor, just perspiration. I had been using clinical strength Secret with minimal results, i.e. after about 2 hours, I would be sweating again.

I debated buying Driclor for a while since I had never found a product that worked. And some people complained about rashes and pain in reviews. But I finally caved in and bought some about 2 months ago.

Honestly, it was like a miracle. I do not have sweating problems anymore! I can wear any color shirt I want and not have to worry about people seeing sweat marks when I lift my arms-because they are gone. I tried to explain to my boyfriend how this has revolutionized my life, but he doesn't understand. I am writing this for anyone on the fence about trying Driclor.

I use it ONCE a week, at bedtime. I make sure I have not shaved my armpits for a few days (so I tend to apply on a Saturday night), and I clean the area before applying. I also make sure my pits are super dry before applying. Usually I can do this with a towel, but if I still feel a little damp from washing, I will use a blow dryer for a minute. I apply a thin layer to each arm and go to bed. I did notice a slight sting right after applying, but compared to living with sweaty armpits, it's a pain I welcome (really, its not that bad at all). I found that using a day or two after shaving will give me a slight itchy feeling a mild rash, so I just make sure I space out the application around when I shave.
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I am an RN and was interested in reading other peoples reviews of this used not just at the arm pits.

I ordered both this and Odaban. They are essentially the same and similar price. The dif is this comes in a bottle with an roll on top you install. Odoban comes in a small squirt bottle and is only 30ml.

I think for money savings I'd just recommend buying a small squirt bottle and pouring the 75ml Drichlor into it.

Both contain the same thing.
20% aluminum chloride. Both recommend applying at night and with reduced frequency.

Both about $10 for
30ml Odaban
75ml Drichlor (2.5 times as much)

I like the spray bottle much more than the roll on however i didn't put the roller on it. I kept as a bottle of liquid and poured into small squirt bottle (can find 1oz bottle here or container store)

I have successfully used both to prevent moisture on my face, pits, and as a guy my groin! That was the main reason I wanted to try either of them. I sweat excessively at my groin. It feels gross and makes my skin raw and inflamed. This has kept me dry! Being dry has changed my comfort level big time. It works quick and effectively.

That said I will prob just keep the spray bottle and refill with less expensive Drichlor. Same results. Half the price.
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Works extremely well!

Tried all the most expensive deodorants, nothing. Driclor/Drysol does works. Its not uncommon for me to get a full week out of one application. I had a friend that would try to use it like deodorant but this stuff doesn't work like that. I feel like it works best when you apply it the night before, or give yourself 2-3 hours for the stuff to dry and absorb into your still. This stuff does irritate so if you have sensitive skin be careful. My skin is pretty sensitive but I can still use it if applied carefully.

Here are my tips for application:
* try to do at night before bed. works best this way.
1. take a shower, wash your underarms thoroughly but not too aggressively.
2. allow yourself to dry off. (30 mins)
3. apply a few strokes. enough for most of your underarm
4. Move and rotate your arms + shoulder to help spread the liquid. (flap like a chicken)
5. Raise arms periodically until completely dry. 15 minutes
6. Apply normal deodorant only after medication has set and washed off.

Do not shave your arms pits prior to application.
Do not take an extremely hot shower then quickly apply it as heat opens your skin pores.
Do not scrub your skin really hard just prior application. Any abrasion will seep in and burn.
Do not use use normal deodorants on top of the medicine. Wash off before using.
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