How can I get rid of sweaty clammy hands?

by Jason

sweaty clammy hands

Question:

I have really gross, sweaty, clammy hands and I have no idea what to do about it. I’ve got a date coming up and want to hold his hand but I’m totally embarrassed because of my condition. What can I do to stop my clammy hands from sweating too much all the time?

Answer:

One way to attack the problem from a physical standpoint is to buy a product called Certain Dri. It’s available in most drugstores and online. Certain Dri contains super high amounts of Aluminum Chloride – an active sweat fighting ingredient. This ingredient blocks the sweat pores and will keep your hands nice and dry.

Once your hands sweat less physically, you’ll relax about it more and think about it less. Over time, you can stop using Certain Dri and both physical and psychological triggers will be “grown out of” so to speak.

There are TONS of other ways to help with sweating hands but a clinical antiperspirant like Certain Dri is the fastest way to get results – in as little as 3 days you can completely stop sweating palms.

The trick is being diligent with the treatment plan. You’ll be applying Certain Dri once a day (preferably at night). It’s not like normal deodorants. This stuff is super duper strong.

Definitely be on the lookout for irritation and as with all of the recommendations made on this site, speak with your doctor or dermatologist to let them know you’re engaging in this strategy.

Certain Dri is available in most drugstores but if you can’t find it in your local area, give Amazon a shot. They seem to always have it in stock. It’s a popular item and I think that alone gives it a bit more credibility among the masses.

Be sure to hit me up by email after you test out this sweat stopping solution. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised with your results. There are other comparable antiperspirants available but this brand has been around quite a long time. For that reason, I tend to trust it the most.

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