Driclor Antiperspirant Roll on 75ml

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Driclor Antiperspirant Roll on 75ml

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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

What is the strongest deodorant you recommend? [R]

2 weeks, 2 days agoYoung-Roshi posted submission on AskMen.
June 14, 2020

I'm looking for soemthing strong, I don't care if it has a fragrance, and I'm little hesitant with that as I don't want to have a mix of BO and flowers.

I'm not concerned if it has anti-perspirants with it as long as it's more effective.

I have the wear multiple layers at work and it's always way to hot. = too much sweat.

Thanks kindly

2 weeks, 2 days agoYoung-Roshi posted comment on AskMen.
June 14, 2020

Look for something with Aluminum chloride hexahydrate. 20% is good for me since I sweat like monkey and you can get it OTC. You add it in increments at night before going to bed, but you should build up to it or you might irritate your skin.
Here's something similar to what I use, Amazon doesn't have it but there are plenty of alternatives everywhere.

My last post about wearing the same outfit for 2 years blew up. Here’s the outfit. [R]

1 year, 4 months agolavaspice posted submission on pics.
Feb. 18, 2019
1 year, 4 months agolavaspice posted comment on pics.
Feb. 18, 2019

Check out a product called Driclor, it’s available on Amazon from the UK. You put this antiperspirant on for a week straight and then once a week after and your armpits are drier than the Sahara desert. One $20 bottle lasts me like 8 months normally, and I just use a regular deodorant on the daily.

When you reach the end of your deodorant and the deodorant part falls out [R]

1 year, 5 months agoCyrax89721 posted submission on mildlyinfuriating.
Feb. 1, 2019
1 year, 5 months agoCyrax89721 posted comment on mildlyinfuriating.
Feb. 1, 2019

It has more of a consistency of frosting, so no crumbs. Applies perfectly. I had issues with nearly every other style I would try until landing on this product. Sweat Defense plus using Driclor once a week is the perfect combination, and it only took me about 30 years to find it!

Best non prescription antiperspirant/deodorant that won't break my budget? [R]

1 year, 8 months agoYoAkihiko posted submission on TheGirlSurvivalGuide.
Oct. 19, 2018

I work for Amazon in a fulfillment center, and while the temperatures outside are fluctuating, inside since I've started much more physical work I've been constantly sweating through the pits of my shirts by lunch. I'm using a travel size men's axe solid stick that i got for free since my budget has been really tight but I'm finally where i can buy something decent.

I'm looking for a heavy duty antiperspirant that can last 10-12 hours, preferably budget friendly, preferably smells ok, and can be found at most drug stores (Wal-Mart, Walgreens, etc).

Thanks in advance!

1 year, 8 months agoYoAkihiko posted comment on TheGirlSurvivalGuide.
Oct. 20, 2018

I have Hyperhidrosis and was on the search for an OTC alternative for my prescription when it finally ran out, so I've tried a buuunch of antiperspirants. None of them really worked at all except for Driclor. It's definitely strong and if you shave your armpits prior to using it - then applying it will definitely sting, but if you're looking for a way to stop the excessive sweating then this is a godsend.

Before I waste my time with medical for sweaty pits. [R]

1 year, 8 months agoasaltystranger posted submission on AirForce.
Oct. 6, 2018

I get excessively sweaty pits no matter what I’m doing. It’s been going on for a long while. Even when I’m just relaxing I’ll get sweaty for no reason. I’ve read about getting Botox to block perspiration or getting medication to stop it. Has anyone else had this problem and gotten help from medical from it. I heard you have to sell it like you’re trying to get fake boobs for them to even approve it.

1 year, 8 months agoasaltystranger posted comment on AirForce.
Oct. 6, 2018

I had the same problem, I think pre workout and white monsters were the main factor that caused my excessive sweating. My whole shirt would be soaked, I would dread wearing blues, and it seemed like no OTC antiperspirant worked. I read some blogs and watch some youtube and found a clinical strength roll-on version called Driclor on Amazon and within a few days it stopped. I haven't had to use it for over a year, it's like your body just needs a reset. If that doesn't work, you may want to see the clinic and check your thyroid levels, etc.

Driclor Antiperspirant Roll on 75ml https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001TU1EPU/ref=cmswrcpapa_lxpUBbYQ9Y6Y8

Hygiene tip for people that sweat a lot: you need to apply antiperspirants before you sleep, not after you shower. [R]

2 years agoAllMyName posted submission on smashbros.
June 29, 2018

I sweat a lot when I'm under pressure, like A LOT. I usually have to take 2 showers on stressful days(one after waking up to go out, other when arriving), and always wondered why it happened to me even when using antiperspirants. I discovered why:

After some research on the topic, I discovered I was using them incorrectly! I always showered then used the antiperspirant, but what happens is that your body does not absorb any of the product at that time. You should spray before you sleep because it would not only be applied when you're not wet, but also give time for it to act. Some last for 48 hours, so you have a lot of time!

Another thing: antiperspirant are not deodorants! You should apply deodorants after you shower to do not be smelly, antiperspirants only make you do not sweat!

This post is not meant to be offensive, but this info was extremely useful to me when I discovered it. Being sweaty on tournaments even after taking two showers was very embarrassing.

2 years agoAllMyName posted comment on smashbros.
June 29, 2018

Yep. Perspirex, Driclor, etc for the Europeans, Drysol, Certain-Dri, etc for the Yanks. ~15% aluminum chloride in a roll on or dab applicator. I use it once or twice a week. If I use it more often than that, when I apply regular deodorant in the morning I can feel it burning because it's dissolving some of the antiperspirant or just irritating my skin in general.

Most of the "clinical strength" or "prescription strength" or "xxxtreme" antiperspirants you'll find on the shelf (Gillette, Dove, Degree, etc) are just bullshit higher strength concentrations of whatever aluminum zirconium N-chlorohydrex (where n is a number, not a chemical designation ; ie tetrachlorohydrex, etc) they use in their regular product. All that's ever done for me is ruin my fucking t-shirts. You'll actually have better luck with a deodorant spray that has ~20% aluminum chlorohydrate in it, like Dove or Degree's new antiperspirant sprays that say they don't stain t-shirts, or good ol' cheap Arrid XX spray (yellow can, not one of the blue ones. 2 packs are like $6). Regular Mitchum unscented gel will also get the job done, 25% aluminum sesquichlorohydrate, although it takes a while to dry. I put that ish on and then put on any one of the white t-shirts that I cut into a wifebeater because of the pit stains of the past.

I'd be sweating like a pig without them.



Those are the two, easy to find, over the counter ones. The actual ℞ antiperspirants are just 20% of the same shit. You can get ℞ Driclor on Amazon without a prescription but I tried it and it was far too irritating for my skin.

TL;DR If your antiperspirant has a zirconium salt in it, and you have a real sweating problem, it's bullshit and it's not going to be doing much for you. Aluminum chloride, aluminum sesquichlorohydrate, aluminum chlorohydrate. All Gucci.

Treating Palmar Hyperhidrosis (Sweaty Hands) - Follow my 30 day challenge [R]

2 years, 6 months agoMLife91 posted submission on Hyperhidrosis.
Dec. 4, 2017

January 1, 2, 3 and 4 2017.

Sweating have reduced roughly by 40% but it is not consistent. I've doubled the intensity and the duration of the treatment and I didn't saw or feel any significant changes to make a claim that this has cured me. I am aware that results varies but check this is a much more affordable method and less painful to do o in comparison to box in my opinion. My next step really is to add Driclor to the mix sine it has over 1k of positive feedbacks from users. I won't be updating daily from now on. I will be checking in every week. If you with to purchase the product you may visit the following link: https://www.iontoderma.ca

Again this product might work better for you besides they offer 60 days money back guarantee so it doesn't hurt to try and maybe you'll get the cure you are looking for.

Do note that the company doesn't sale to the U.S.A and Canada.

I wish you all the best and a Happy New Year!

Bryan R.

December 28,29,30 and 31 2017.

My sessions are still the same 27V for 40 minutes it's still not cure. I am only seeing reduction. Not much progress. I'll probably add an additional 2 weeks and hope for better result. My next post will be on January 4th 2018.

Bryan R.

December 26,27 2017

27: 27V for 40 minutes, my palms started to sweat heavily today. I haven't taken any caffeine nor feeling any anxiety. I am almost 4 week into this treatment and I am not seeing improvements as many have claimed on Youtube and other review websites. I think the machine would benefit someone that doesn't suffer severe hyperhidrosis. I am hoping that once I receive my Driclor and combine it with my treatment would make a significant change.

26: 27V for 40 minutes, I am not feeling the effectiveness at all. It feels like my body has somehow gotten used to it and the machine doesn't seem to work anymore. I am not seeing any changes or any sign that shows any progress from last week.

Bryan R.

December 22,23,24,25 2017

I ordered a Driclor on Amazon, these past few days I kept the treatment at the same intensity 27V for 40 minutes and 15-20 minutes in the morning. Sweatiness has been declining but I am not close to satisfaction. I still have a few more days and I hope I'll see some major changes.

Bryan R.

December 22, 2017

I am officially 2 weeks in and now I will start doing the treatment every other day for a whole week while letting my hands recover, and on week 4 I will apply the dricol and start treatment every day again.

December 21, 2017

I did a 43 minutes session at 27V for both hands. had a lot of coffee and redbull today, Hand were sweaty throughout the day. However I noticed that after work, my hands became dry until I fell asleep.

Bryan R.

December 20, 2017

Did a 43 minutes session at 27V for both hands. Results are still the same not much progress from 2 days ago. I'll see tomorrow.

Bryan R.

December 19, 2017

20 minutes session at 27V before work. This actually reduces my sweating around the office today. I'll try it again for tomorrow morning and I hope I can get a consistency result. At 10:00 PM I did the other session of 43 minutes while watching a show at 27V. I feeling less and my hands are itchy after the session. On the 3rd week, I'll try adding the product that MLife91 suggested to increase intensity.

Bryan R.

December 18, 2017

Back at the office, my palms were sweaty today about 40% less than last week. I am not going to do a session tonight I will be moving it tomorrow morning a 30-minute session and a 40-minute session in the evening and see if by performing the treatment in the morning would decrease the sweating throughout the day.

Bryan R.

December 17, 2017

Hands are still sweaty but not as much. I noticed that my hands tend to sweat more when I consume caffeine. But overall my hands were pretty dry today. I did a 43-minute session 27V not filling much current I might have to add salt again. Lastly, I think it's too early to say that this treatment is going to succeed and cure you in 2 weeks as many people claim, but I agree that it does help reduce the sweating.

Bryan R.

December 16, 2017

I did not feel or noticed any sweating today. I didn't consume any caffeine and for the first time in 3 months, I had a good sleep. I spend my whole afternoon with my girlfriend and she noticed that my hands were drier than usual. Seem like the treatment is showing some effect. Today, I did a 43-minute session while watching a tv episode, after 30 minutes I felt a slight jolt on both of my arms and made both of my forearm flex. This kinda scared me but I didn't feel any pain at all. The intensity was on 27V for the whole 43 minutes.

If you have done this treatment, did you had a similar experience?

Bryan R.

December 15, 2017

Finally done with exams and back to my regular routine. I had a meeting today and met the VP of the supplement company my team and I are currently working with. I successfully shook his hand with confident twice. I had mild sweating barely noticeable. My cuts are not fully healed yet but I decided to go on with the treatment at a lower intensity. I had a full session of 27 minutes at 27V while watching the series on Netflix titled "Erased". I am hoping to see dramatic changes on day 14 that would be on Wednesday since I did skip 2 days of treatment so I am just rolling the 2 days out. According to the reviews and majority of the individual that used this machine, they managed to cure or have decreased their sweaty problem by up 90%.

Feel free to drop some comments, questions, or advice. . . Sorry for the late post . . Thanks!

December 14, 2017

Woke up early to get to school early. I didn't feel any sweating as much as yesterday. I'd say that for the first time I handed my exam sheet beautifully and not full of sweat (lol) Seriously before this treatment I use to hand in my exam sheet all curled up and soft. As for the treatment, I decided to skip it today too not because it's clearly working but the cuts aren't fully healed yet.

December 13, 2017

Surprisingly my palms are a lot sweatier today. it's probably because I am at home the whole day studying and the anxiety can be factored in since I finals coming up the following day. I decided to skip treatments today since I am stuffed with studying but mainly because my cuticles can't handle the prickling feeling.

Bryan R.

December 12, 2017.

Tuesday, some areas on my palms sweated a bit during the day but I'd say it's about 30% less than usual. So far the treatment is positive and I am really seeing progress. To be fully convinced that this product really works I'd like to be sweat free in my 3rd week. As for side effects, some part of hands and inner parts between my fingers are drying and itching. I also notice that I feel more prickle around my cuticles. My session lasted for 43 minutes at 25V. Lastly, I consumed over 600mg of caffeine today and I think that might have been the reason that I sweated more today than yesterday.

Anyway back tomorrow, and I'll drink a little less coffee and avoid redbull.

December 11, 2017.

Happy to say it's officially 1 week that I've been consistently using the machine from iontoderma, and definitely see some improvement. My palms did not sweat as much today, and a colleague told me I should use moisturizer after a handshake. (That was a compliment and my first time hearing it.) I also want to let you guys know that after a week you will start to feel itchy in some areas of your hands and that perfectly normal. I also noticed that my cuticles started to hurt and peel so I started applying vaseline right before my treatment and it somewhat decrease the prickling feeling.

December 10, 2017

Day 6, I am seeing changes my hands are starting to be less sweaty than before. I have to start putting hands creams to moisturize my hands after treatment. Today I remained with 25v for a total of 43 minutes for both hands. I'll keep on updating and see if my sweaty hands would be cured permanently.

Bryan R.

December 9, 2017

Nothing out of the ordinary, I increase the intensity by doing a full session of 43 minutes @ 25V on both my palms while watching an episode of Flash. I am starting to see changes, I have less sweating today than the last 5 days. I am starting to think that these regular treatments are actually working. that said have a great weekend!

December 8, 2017

After my experience yesterday, I decided to add salt to intensify the electricity and it worked. My session lasted for 20 minutes using 25V. Hands are starting to feel dryer. I've also noticed that my hands stopped sweating in the AM. I also want to note that my cuticles started to hurt but at least I am feeling something.

Btw an upvote would be great so that this post can probably help others with their buying decision.

P.s don't be shy asking questions

December 7, 2017

I am going to keep it short today, my hands are still sweating and I did not feel anything from the machine. I had 40 minutes session for both hands. 20 minutes at 25V and 20 minutes ay 27V Surprisingly I did not feel any current. To sum it up, no improvement or significant changes.

December 6, 2017

Third day feeling great, my hands did not sweat as much as usual. I've only noticed my hands sweat after lunch beside that I haven't sweated or noticed that my palm sweated in the early afternoon. I am starting to notice small changes but it's still too early.

Anyway, I started my treatment later than usual. At 9:26 PM and ended it at 9:46 PM the session lasted for 20 minutes and I increased it to 21V. I am starting to see red marks on my wrist and it's itchy, but fades after an hour. Besides the rash kind of effect, I have not felt or noticed any other negative effect.

As I am typing this brief update, I can feel a slight sweating the center of my palm.

That said, I'll be back tomorrow and try not to consume any kind of caffeine products.

December 5, 2017

Day 2 treatment, I am still not seeing any changes or feeling any different than usual. My hands were sweaty all day and I put some paper towel in my pocket to discreetly wipe many hands … totally awkward since I am currently new to work and being trained. Super embarrassing when my colleague grabs the mouse.

Anyway, my session was at 9:00 PM again for 20 minutes both hands at 18V. I felt the current for the first 5 minutes I'd say. It didn't hurt, my hands felt dryer than usual after the session. At 9:46 PM my palm started to sweat again and it feels warm. As I am typing this brief update my palms are still sweating excessively by that I mean I can literally put my hands on the table and leave a puddle…

FML … I know it's only day 2 but I am becoming more impatient, btw if ever this doesn't work out I was told they would refund a 100% as long as it is within the 60 days so I am not that troubled by it.

BTW if anyone seeing this post that has successfully completed the treatment, please post at the comment section things that you've tried to make it more potent or links to your journey if you have any documentation at all.

December 4, 2017

Today is my first experience trying the Iontophoresis Machine by Iontoderma.

After seeing many positive reviews online about this product and how it totally change them. I have decided to get one and log my experience and hopefully, I will be seeing the same effective and positive effective toward this home treatment like many other users.

That said, I have used the machine today at 9:00 pm eastern time for a total of 20 minutes, 10 minutes on 12V and another 10 minutes on 15V since I was not feeling anything from the machine.

My palms did felt dryer than usual after the session, however, at 11:14 pm my palms started to sweat again. Which is pretty normal since most of the cases that I've read and followed during the last 7 months had seen changes after 2 - 4 weeks. I honestly do not have a very high confidence that this product will work for me, although many did manage to successfully prevent their hyperhidrosis. I simply do not want to get disappointed at the end of my experimentation. I will be constantly logging and publishing my update for the next following 30 days.

Please note that this product is not being sold in Canada and in the U.S.A market. I will not be posting any links to this product until I see any significant changes since I want to make sure that this really works and not just an overhyped product in the market.

2 years, 6 months agoMLife91 posted comment on Hyperhidrosis.
Dec. 23, 2017


So I’m actually done with ionto , I think I confused my initial reduce with cutting my anxiety med dose (it can actually cause increased sweating ) . So obviously all of us here can only can give advice from experience, so it’s only what I’ve noticed by observation . I noticed results quickly with stickie but took a week straight before I got my hands dry. I’m now doing every other day for now. When I put on correctly from night before I’m like 90-95 dry palms 80 -85 % dry on fingers / finger tips more so . Day offf I’m like 85% dry all over . I think over time it will be consistent and less maintenance especially when fingers catch up .

So when My hands are dry before bed I put roll it on liberally all over. I let it dry as much as possible so that I get a white film over most of my hand . Then I put on vynl gloves ( I’ve tried no gloves , cafeteria gloves and others over the years with drysol but vynl seems to work best for me and gives results) . I cut a slit on middle back hand for some ventilation and maby one along back hand for lower thumb area cause I get irritation there if I don’t . 6 hours plus In is optimiial . I’ve noticed results in 4 when I have to get up for school but not as much . I then wash hands with cold water to close pores. Like I said give it atleast a week straight and yeah it’s kind of different that your treating them often but it honestly feels much better over the course of the day when the sweat is controlled. Every day observe where you improved and didn’t and then make s point that night to Target that area when applying Again.

Jackie Aina talks about having hyperhidrosis and her collection of cotton clothing in partnership with Cotton [R]

2 years, 9 months agoSept. 19, 2017


2 years, 9 months agoYoAkihiko posted on BeautyGuruChatter.
Sept. 19, 2017

My hyperhidrosis was probably at it's worst in middle school, (I used to sweat through thick JACKETS on my armpits) I'm almost 25 now and I feel like I've tried everything under the sun. Personally the only thing that worked for me was the prescription Drysol, and funny enough I still have the same bottle since middle school. It started getting dangerously low recently so I sought an OTC alternative. After trying a bunch of failures I eventually found Driclor which seems to works just as well.

I just wanted to throw that out there in case anyone was wondering because Jackie said she had never tried them and couldn't vouch for them.

The time I was a little nervous to meet Morgan Freeman. [R]

2 years, 10 months agoCyrax89721 posted submission on pics.
Aug. 31, 2017
2 years, 10 months agoCyrax89721 posted on pics.
Aug. 31, 2017

Magic in a bottle. Changed my life!

How do I stop sweaty armpits? [R]

3 years agoJune 22, 2017

I trim my pit hair, shirts aren't too tight and wear dove for men antiperspirant.

MFWTK if he's showering wrong? [R]

3 years, 1 month agoAgentOrangutan posted submission on myfriendwantstoknow.
June 1, 2017

So yeah. Not sure what the deal is. I'm.. Uh, he's 23, male, and in pretty good shape. He showers once every two days (yeah.. Should be every day) and immediately after the shower he feels refreshed and great.

However he's noticed his pits start to smell a bit within a few hours. Nothing horrible, but definitely noticeable if he puts his nose pretty close. Same with his nether regions, apparently.

He doed put deoderant on every morning, and almost always showers at night before bed. Any help appreciated!

3 years, 1 month agoAgentOrangutan posted on myfriendwantstoknow.
June 2, 2017

A deodorant that is designed to STOP sweating has worked for me in the past, and I have the same problem as you - whatever I do, I sweat within hours of being clean. I use https://www.amazon.com/Driclor-Antiperspirant-Roll-on-75ml/dp/B001TU1EPU

Smelly penis? Try putting shower gel on it whilst it's dry, just for a minute or so before you shower. Seems to make it cleaner in my experience.

Shower in the morning! Showering at night means you've then got 8 hours of smell buildup as you get hot and bothered in bed before you see anyone.

Also shower every day... Seriously, you're in the minority if you don't bathe every day? You're not ill, or a lazy teenager so..?

Good luck!

MFAdvicers with hyperhidrosis, what do you do? [R]

3 years, 4 months agobuttersauce posted submission on malefashionadvice.
Feb. 19, 2017

I have hyperhidrosis, I have tried many strong antiperspirants but none have worked. No matter the weather, whenever I get out of my house I start sweating a lot. I'm in university, I normally wear a t-shirt and a jacket or a sweater and don't take them off until I get home no matter how hot the weather is. I also try to wear dark clothes or white shirts so that it helps me hide the stains. It helps a lot that I live in a city where there weather is mostly cold throughout the year, but there are months where we hit ~25°C and I sweat like I've run a marathon.

What do you do to solve/hide your problem?

3 years, 4 months agobuttersauce posted on malefashionadvice.
Feb. 19, 2017

I'm gonna second these and add driclor to the list. It's only like 20 bucks on Amazon. My life was so embarrassing before these. I didn't want to touch anyone or hug anyone in high school cause they'd feel my wet armpits. It's crazy how dry these keep me. Just use them every day before your normal deodorant/antiperspirant. I still get a sweaty ass but im too nervous to stick the harsh chemicals down there.

One bottle should last half a year and I guarentee your life will change drastically.

Driclor Antiperspirant Roll on 75ml https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001TU1EPU/ref=cmswrcpapa_joMQybN1JTTK6

Anyone have a solution for feet getting really hot while wearing Clarks desert boots. [R]

3 years, 5 months agoUnabomber007 posted submission on malefashionadvice.
Jan. 26, 2017

I've been wearing these for about a year and a half now. I really like them but damn do my feet get hot and sweaty. I have unusually sweaty feet and wearing all leather with no ventilation does not help. I'm looking for maybe an alternative that has better air flow or maybe a way to add vents to the inner side like on military boots.

3 years, 5 months agoUnabomber007 posted on malefashionadvice.
Jan. 26, 2017

If prescription drama is not your thing, try https://www.amazon.com/Driclor-Antiperspirant-Roll-on-75ml/dp/B001TU1EPU/ref=lp793758101111a_it?srs=7937581011&ie=UTF8&qid=1485446621&sr=8-1

my taint destroys all my clothes [SERIOUS] [R]

3 years, 7 months agotallbrahh posted submission on malefashionadvice.
Nov. 26, 2016

I have a really sweaty taint. Like, terribly sweaty. It damages any pants/shorts/underwear that I buy, sometimes within a day. I had to wear a PAD to a friend's wedding (yes, the pads for fucking periods). I already do a lot of stuff to help with the sweating, but do y'all know of anything that holds up well against sweat/distress? I'm desperate

Edit: I'm mostly looking for advice on my clothes, but if you have tips that's cool. Things I've already tried- Gold Bond Deodorant Clinical antiperspirants

3 years, 7 months agotallbrahh posted on malefashionadvice.
Nov. 27, 2016

This will literally block your sweat glands from sweating


EMSKR: How to stop excessive sweating? [R]

3 years, 10 months agoairjam21 posted submission on everymanshouldknow.
Aug. 29, 2016

The title sums up my question pretty well. Basically I just sweat a lot. For example, I'll put on a shirt in the morning before I head to school and by the time I sit down in my first class (it only takes me about 30 mins to get to school), I'll already have pit stains and they'll only get bigger throughout the day. I've already tried all the anti-perspirants and even the extra-strength ones but they don't seem to have an effect on me. Is there anything else I can do to stop sweating so much?

3 years, 10 months agoairjam21 posted on everymanshouldknow.
Aug. 30, 2016

I had the same exact problem until I used this stuff. It burns like hell, but it literally cured my pit sweating just after a few applications.


EMSKR: How to stop excessive sweating? [R]

3 years, 10 months agocourageperseverance posted submission on everymanshouldknow.
Aug. 29, 2016

The title sums up my question pretty well. Basically I just sweat a lot. For example, I'll put on a shirt in the morning before I head to school and by the time I sit down in my first class (it only takes me about 30 mins to get to school), I'll already have pit stains and they'll only get bigger throughout the day. I've already tried all the anti-perspirants and even the extra-strength ones but they don't seem to have an effect on me. Is there anything else I can do to stop sweating so much?

3 years, 10 months agocourageperseverance posted on everymanshouldknow.
Aug. 29, 2016

upvoted because driclor worked for me. no more amazon-rainforest-like-armpit; it is now more like dry-as-sahara-armpit. Driclor in Amazon (the store, not the rainforest)

Hair, Skincare, Fragrance, and Fitness Thread - June 07 [R]

4 years agotallbrahh posted submission on malefashionadvice.
June 7, 2016

This thread is for any and all questions and discussion regarding Personal Care, Grooming, and Fitness.

Related subreddits that might be helpful to check out include: /r/skincareaddiction, /r/malehairadvice, /r/wicked_edge, /r/malegrooming, /r/fragrance, and /r/fitness.

4 years agotallbrahh posted on malefashionadvice.
June 8, 2016

IN my experience, deoderants will never stop you sweating. They stop you smelling.

You need a product that prevents you from sweating. I have been using DriClor for 6+ years now

I have had ZERO armpit sweat in my time using it. It's a big confidence booster.


Fellow sweaty women, how do you dress for work in the summer? [R]

4 years, 1 month agoFreeLachman posted submission on AskWomen.
May 24, 2016

The smell isn't a problem, deodorant does the job but no antiperspirant will stop the dreaded pit stains from ruining every dress shirt ever. Casually, I wear tank tops and other sleeveless options almost every day with a sweater or chambray or something on top but I feel shoulder baring shirts are a no go in my new workplace.

How do you ladies deal with the heat??

4 years, 1 month agoFreeLachman posted on AskWomen.
May 24, 2016

Certain Dri doesn't work for me so tried [Driclor] (http://www.amazon.com/Driclor-Antiperspirant-Roll-on-75ml/dp/B001TU1EPU) and it is AMAZING!!! You apply it every day until you stop sweating and then you only need to apply it every so often to keep you from sweating. I used to sweat even in the winter time and in the summer it was just awful, I could barely make it out of the house. I only switched to Driclor a few months ago and it's been a game changer, my armpits never sweat anymore.

Potentially gross question/tmi : tips to avoid being an all-out sweaty mess during the reception? [R]

4 years, 1 month agovespria posted submission on wedding.
May 17, 2016

Hello weddit! So the issue is that I LOVE to dance and plan to do lots of it at my reception. However, I am a big-time sweater when I do - like soak through my clothes kind of sweater, which is fine at the gym, not so much at a party. I've read lots of articles suggesting clinical strength deodorant/antiperspirant but that only would help with my armpits. I tend to sweat all over and I'm worried about my dress making it worse.

Do any of you have any suggestions as how to not be totally gross?

4 years, 1 month agovespria posted on wedding.
May 19, 2016

My fiancé actually has hyperhydrosis, so he sweats a LOT, and was really unhappy thinking about sweating at the wedding. Anyway, for the last month he's been using/testing out a roll on deodorant type thing called Driclor. It has to be used right when he get's out of the shower for it to work, and he says that it stings the first two hours-ish after applying, but it stops him from sweating for about 24 hours. I would definitely test it out before hand, but it may be worth a shot. Good luck!

How do I become more attractive and not just a total eye sore? [R]

4 years, 2 months agoApril 11, 2016


[CJ] AMA [R]

4 years, 4 months agoFeb. 19, 2016


4 years, 4 months agoottocorrekt posted on OkCupid.
Feb. 19, 2016

Eh, still, I just don't feel the need to get a mani-pedi. I know I'd just feel awkward the whole time, because it seems like a pretty intimate experience.

Also, I use Driclor. Absolutely works. Just have to apply it every 2-3 days until it takes full effect, then begin to scale back to whatever seems to work for you. I put it on once a week now. Going on two years with it, this summer. It seems expensive, but one of those bottles will last me for up to six months.

Hair, Skincare, Fragrance, and Fitness Thread - February 16 [R]

4 years, 4 months agotallbrahh posted submission on malefashionadvice.
Feb. 16, 2016

This thread is for any and all questions and discussion regarding Personal Care, Grooming, and Fitness.

Related subreddits that might be helpful to check out include: /r/skincareaddiction, /r/malehairadvice, /r/wicked_edge, /r/malegrooming, /r/fragrance, and /r/fitness.

4 years, 4 months agotallbrahh posted on malefashionadvice.
Feb. 16, 2016

Check out a product called 'Driclor'.

Roll it on under your arms at night, and the very next day you will see substantially reduced sweating. Do it again the next night, and you will not sweat at all the next day. After that, just continue use roughly once per week to maintain the effects.

Changed my life, give it a go


Cologne: what to get and how to wear it. [R]

4 years, 5 months agogrub5000 posted submission on seduction.
Jan. 17, 2016


4 years, 5 months agogrub5000 posted on seduction.
Jan. 17, 2016

> Rubbing causes the cologne to dissipate faster because it's spread over a wider surface area. You should press your wrists together instead.

I'm resistant to most anti-perspirants so I use this:


It's unscented. You put it on the night before and then you basically don't sweat at all the next day. It's awesome.

Edit: If you put it on two or more days in a row, the effect lasts for longer (e.g. two nights in a row might last for 4 days). I usually end up using it ~3 times a week.

LPT Request: How to stop underarm sweating. [R]

4 years, 7 months agoNov. 11, 2015


4 years, 7 months agoFlyerone posted on LifeProTips.
Nov. 11, 2015

Have you tried Driclor? It works very well for me.

If it isn't available in a pharmacy in your country, Amazon might deliver it. Here is a link to it

I was a cronic sweater. Armpits mostly. Same as you, I could be sitting in a cold room in just a t shirt and still have wet pits.

If you use driclor though, be careful, it can burn a little initially if you use too much, just a light 3 or so swipes after a shower and just before bed. I only use it a few times a week now, and just use a light spray of rexona antiperspirant/deodorant or similar each morning.

Edit: Just saw someone already replied suggesting driclor. Apologies.

Daily Discussion Thread: 10/14/2015 [R]

4 years, 8 months agoStanislau5 posted submission on bodybuilding.
Oct. 14, 2015

Feel free to post things in the Daily Discussion Thread that don't warrant a subreddit-level discussion. Although most of our posting rules will be relaxed here, you should still consider your audience when posting. Most importantly, show respect to your fellow redditors. General redditiquette always applies.

4 years, 8 months agoStanislau5 posted on bodybuilding.
Oct. 14, 2015


looks like free shipping right now for one of the options

Desodorizante [R]

4 years, 11 months agoknzo posted submission on portugal.
July 20, 2015


Eu suo bastante nas axilas e muito facilmente sinto odor a suor passado umas horas exposto ao calor.

Tenho andado a experimentar diferentes desodorizantes em spray, entre vários Axe Bodyspray, Old Spice Danger Time e Nívea 48h mas nenhum dos que experimentei é completamente eficaz.

Tenho por hábito tomar dois duches por dia mas nem assim consigo controlar eficazmente este problema.

Alguém por cá que me possa recomendar algo?


4 years, 11 months agoknzo posted on portugal.
July 20, 2015

Vai a uma farmácia e compra Driclor (anti-perspirante de cloreto de alumínio).

Ando de fato todos os dias e com este calor é a única maneira de evitar suar que nem um animal. Tens aqui reviews

Sweating a lot IS a medical problem [R]

7 years, 2 months agoBawb_Saget posted submission on malefashionadvice.
April 4, 2013

I see so many posts here, especially with summer coming up, that ask about sweat stains and other sweat related problems. Something a lot of people don't know is that for most people this is an easily treatable problem, if you feel insecure about sweat stains there is no reason you shouldn't go to your doctor. Most likely you will get an extremely strong anti-perspirant that you only put on every few days, and for almost everyone IT WORKS.

EDIT: This is related to fashion because people feel limited on the colors of shirts they can wear based on sweat stains, this should not be a problem.

EDIT2: Just read the top comment, they say it with less retard than me.

7 years, 2 months agoBawb_Saget posted on malefashionadvice.
April 6, 2013

Hey there. For your back and feet (and armpits) you'll be best off trying a roll on Aluminium Chloride Hexahydrate anti-perspirant. The roll ons can be used almost everywhere on the body apart from the face and mucous membranes such as lips, anus, genitals etc.

One I'd personally recommend is Driclor. This is a 20% strength (the maximum) roll on you can buy.

Trim all body hair in the surrounding area, and apply to your back/feet just before you go to sleep at night due to the sweat glands being at their most dormant during this stage of the day. Apply no more than three applications on the first night, and make sure your skin is completely dry when you apply otherwise it'll burn like an absolute bastard.. If you can't afford the $10, they also sell a smaller pack size

If you have any more questions, don't be afraid to ask.

Good luck!