Driclor Antiperspirant 60ml
What is Driclor
Driclor roll-on antiperspirant contains aluminium chloride hexahydrate. This is the key ingredient of an antiperspirant that stops you sweating.Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) of the armpits, hands and feet is very common — but also very embarrassing!
By using Driclor antiperspirant, you can prevent your sweat glands from producing sweat and keep unwanted smell or sweat patches at bay.
How does Driclor Roll-On Work
The aluminium chloride works by blocking the sweat glands when applied to your skin. This causes the pressure of fluid within the sweat glands to rise to the point where sweat production temporarily halts.
How to Use
How to assemble:
- Place the bottle on a flat surface, unscrew the cap, and then throw the cap away.
- Put the rollerball into the neck of the bottle and push down gently.
- Screw on the larger cap firmly to secure the rollerball.
To avoid skin burning and irritation, ensure the area to be treated is totally dry before use. When you first start using Driclor antiperspirant, 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, and should stop you sweating during the day when you wake up.
Does Driclor Antiperspirant Have Side-effects?
Like all medicines, using Driclor roll-on can cause side effects, although this isn’t the case for everyone. The following may occur:
- Application site stinging or irritation, itching, swelling, burning sensation, pain, rash and redness of the skin.