Driclor is an antiperspirant solution indicated for the treatment of excessive production of sweat (Hyperhidrosis) and perspiration with intense odor (Bromhidrosis). Driclor results from a 20% combination of Aluminum Chloride Hexahydrate, Alcohol and Purified Water. Its effectiveness is associated with the blocking action of the excessive elimination of sweat by the sweat glands, acting as a barrier on these glands, promoting the sweat reabsorption and its natural elimination by the organism. This antiperspirant solution can be used throughout the body, armpits, hands, feet, groin, back, except mucous, always with special caution not to develop any discomfort reactions. It is noteworthy that Driclor is not a daily use deodorant! It is a treatment for excessive sweating, and may be, in some specific cases, a viable alternative to sympathectomy (“sweat surgery”). Dermatologically tested. How to use Driclor? Apply Driclor at night before bedtime, on perfectly clean and dry skin, preferably after bath (wait 40 minutes before applying). In the first application, pass a single time the roll-on in each armpit and let it air dry. Slowly increase the quantity to apply as you feel more comfortable with the product. Rash and burning reactions are common with the application of Driclor. These reactions tend to disappear at the end of 1 hour. On more sensitive skins where it is not advisable to perform a daily treatment at start, Driclor can be used on alternate days or 2 times per week until habituation. Driclor should be applied 1x per day until sweating normalization (approximately 1 week). Once normalized, treatment should be gradually reduced to a maintenance dose: 1x per week, then 1x every 15 days, up to 1x per month. Treatment may be started as soon as a period of excessive perspiration occurs again. Important: do not apply in depilated, scalded, injured skin with cuts or abrasions! Check the ingredients of Driclor: Aluminum chloride, Alcohol, Aqua.