Driclor Antiperspirant Roll On Applicator 20ml is specifically formulated to treat excessive perspiration. Driclor anti-perspirant roll on is suitable for use on all skin types and by anyone who has found traditional anti-perspirants are ineffective.
Driclor Antiperspirant Roll On Applicator has been designed to treat heavy sweating, or hyperhidrosis. It works by forming a gel matrix in the effected sweat glands, which reduces and eventually stops the flow of sweat on your body. Excess sweat is reabsorbed into the body and disposed of in the normal way. It works on the hands, feet, and armpits, tackling some of the areas most vulnerable to excess sweating. The active ingredient is aluminium chloride. Within just a few weeks of using Driclor Solution, excessive perspiration should disappear and sufferers should feel cool, dry and fresh.
How do I use this Driclor Antiperspirant Roll On Applicator?
Make sure your skin is completely dry before use, as the aluminium chloride can mix with water to form hydrochloric acid, which could irritate your skin. Apply Driclor to the affected areas once a day, preferably at night before bed. This is because your sweat glands aren't as active as much when asleep. Wash the Driclor solution off in the morning and do not reapply. Continue to use your regular deodorant as normal.
See enclosed leaflet for details. Always dry the affected areas thoroughly before applying (otherwise irritation may occur). Initially apply once daily, last thing at night. In the morning - wash off and continue to use your regular deodorant, as normal. After 1-2 weeks you should notice a considerable improvement. Once sweating stops during the day, you can reduce applications as required.
Do not apply to wet, broken, sensitive, irritated or recently shaven skin. Avoid contact with the eyes. Replace cap firmly after use. Store upright in a cool place below 25C. Keep away from naked flame. Avoid contact with costume jewellery and polished metal surfaces. For external use only. Keep out of the reach of children.
Alcohol, Aluminium Chloride, Aqua.