Use Prescription-Strength Antiperspirant
If regular drugstore antiperspirants aren’t doing the job, see a dermatologist about getting a prescription for a stronger one, such as Xerac AC or Drysol, sayts Jaliman. These contain more aluminum chloride, the active ingredient in antiperspirants that stop your sweat glands from pumping out excess water. These stealth products can be used on other sweat-producing body regions, like your feet or palms, says Jaliman, but they may cause dry skin.
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