Armpit Sweat Stains Causing Embarrassment? Stay Dry…
Is underarm sweat causing you problems? Do you have a hard time keeping your armpits dry? Armpit sweat stains can really take down your confidence level. Your sweaty underarms feel gross. Nobody wants to hang around somebody with wet, smelly armpits who sweats too much.
People with axillary hyperhidrosis often have low self-confidence. Their personal relationships can suffer.
Well, stop letting your underarm sweat get the best of you! You DON’T have to live with artmpit sweat stains any longer. All you have to do is stop trying regular deodorants. Most deodorants don’t work. What you need is a strong ingredient such as aluminum chloride or aluminum zirconium tetrachlorhydrex GLY.
How Aluminum Chloride Works to End Your Armpit Sweat Stains
The aluminum ions are absorbed into the cells that line the eccrine-gland ducts right underneath the outer layer of the skin. Water passes into the cells along with the ions.
This causes the cells to swell, squeezing the eccrine-gland ducts closed. When the ducts are closed, sweat can’t get out.
The cells eventually reach equilibrium. After all, they can’t absorb water forever. When they reach equilibrium, the swelling goes down. This is why an antiperspirant must be reapplied.
There is some evidence that high amounts of aluminum chloride can ultimately shrink the sweat glands over time. This will permanently decrease the amount of perspiration they produce!
Give one of these a try and you should see an improvement with your underarm sweating! Just be careful. Aluminum-based antiperspirants are so strong that they should be applied only when needed. Don’t apply any of these onto broken skin.
These tips are only the beginning. If you REALLY want to put a stop to armpit sweat stains, you NEED to check out my next video on how stop excessive sweating from ANY part of your body (including the face) – in just minutes! Sign up below and I’ll send it right to your inbox.
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