The Top 5 Best Deodorants for Excessive Sweating

by Jason

If you’re fed up with the endless barrage of ineffective deodorants being pushed upon you commercial after commercial, then this article is sure to be a breath of fresh air.

Back in the day when I used to frantically search for sweat stopping antiperspirants, I would fill my drugstore shopping basket with nearly every brand off the shelf. It took a LOT of trial and error to find the best deodorants for excessive sweating.

Fortunately after sorting through enough of the ineffective products, I would find a few deodorants that did the trick and kept me dry consistently.

That was almost 15 years ago and today, the marketplace has changed quite a bit.

Thank goodness over the last 15 years enough people (just like you) have come forward and demanded better results from the deodorants being offered.

It’s hard to believe that only relatively recently, clinical solutions have been offered to the mass public for purchase. After tons of testing, here are the top 5 best deodorants available to you immediately.

If you still haven’t found the right topical for you own sweating problem, be sure to pick up any of the following recommendations.

1. CERTAIN DRI

This one is a classic. I always recommend Certain Dri as a first measure to people who ask me what deodorant I used to initially get my underarm sweating under control.

Actually, it worked out so well, I applied it to my hands and was amazed at the effect it had. If you’re on the fence about what to try next and you’ve never tried Certain Dri, definitely give it a shot first.

2. SWEAT BLOCK

Sweat Block is only a few years old but the feedback from people has been overwhelmingly positive. Really, the testimonials sort of speak for themselves.

What’s cool about Sweat Block is that it comes in disposable wipe form so it’s use isn’t limited to reducing armpit sweat. This makes it easy to apply to tons of other places if you sweat from your hands, face, underarms or wherever. Also, after continued use, Sweat Block can work for up to 8 consecutive days – seriously, see the reviews.

3. ODABAN

Odaban is pretty cool in that it comes in spray form. Much like Sweat Block, this makes its application very versatile.

You’ll want to apply the solution on your underarms every other other night before bed for best results. This stuff is tough to find on store shelves which is why I purchase it through amazon.

4. MAXIM

I actually had the pleasure of speaking with the owner of Corad Healthcare recently this year to thank him for providing such an effective product for sweating sufferers.

I particularly liked Maxim Facial Wipes when they were more readily available. Now, you have to just through some hoops to find them on the internet. Regardless, Maxim works wonders on hand, foot and underarm sweating so be sure to give it a go.

5. DRICLOR

If the other four recommendations aren’t doing it for you, you can always nuke your sweating problem with this overpowering option

Driclor is a heck of a strong solution and it can cause some serious irritation if you don’t use it in moderation. That said, in terms of Aluminum Chloride, this alternative has some of the highest levels available on the market. Try it out if all else fails.

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