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What is Absolute Dry?

Absolute Dry is a powerful antiperspirant that effectively prevents sweating on underarms, hands, feet, etc. for up to 7 days.

Absolute Dry contains aluminium chloride in an alcohol base and prevents sweating at the site of application.

The aluminium chloride forms a barrier in the outer part of the sweat gland which prevents the sweat from passing out on the skin. Aluminium chloride also has an inhibiting effect on bacteria which prevents bad smell.

Absolute Dry is recommended to anyone who wants an extra effective antiperspirant with a unique sustainable effect. Absolute Dry is also recommended to people suffering from excessive sweating, so called hyperhidrosis.

Absolute Dry is free from perfumes, preservatives and dyes.

What is the difference between Absolute Dry dab-on and wipes?

Absolute Dry is available in two versions; dab-on and wipes. The products have the same content and are effective for up to 7 days, in all types of sweating.

Absolute Dry is available in two versions; dab-on and wipes. The products have the same content and are effective for up to 7 days, in all types of sweating.

Absolute dry wipes is an antiperspirant in a new unique format! A wipe makes it easier to treat for example hands and feet. A wipe is a hygienic and convenient format; easy to bring in a hand bag and perfect when traveling.

How do I use Absolute Dry?

Follow these steps:

To ensure full effect and to prevent irritation of the skin, it is important that the skin is comple­tely dry when you apply Absolute Dry.

1. Wash skin at the site of application and dry well with a towel. Let the skin air-dry for a while.

Freshly shaven skin is easily irritated. You should not shave your underarms for a 24-hour period prior to application of Absolute Dry.

2. Apply Absolute Dry onto the skin, e.g. under­arms, an hour or so before going to bed at night and let dry. This normally takes only a minute or two.

3. Wash the skin in the morning. If desired, you may use a regular scented deodorant, but it is not necessary.

Absolute Dry will keep the skin dry and fresh for up to 7 days. It is usually sufficient to re-apply Absolute Dry once a week. Test different application intervals to find one that suits you.

If you suffer from excessive sweating/hyperhidrosis it is recommended that you initially apply Absolute Dry more often in order to achieve a lasting effect. After this initial period, it will usually be sufficient to re-apply once a week.

The skin on the hands and feet is thicker than on the underarms. More frequent application is therefore required for use on the hands and feet. Apply Absolute Dry several evenings in a row during the initial period of use to achieve full effect.

Can I use Absolute Dry in forehead and face?

You can use Absolute Dry in the face and forehead, but try on a small skin area first. The facial skin is more sensitive. Avoid contact with eyes. Tip! Absolute Dry wipes makes treatment of forehead and face much easier.

Can I be in the sun when I am using Absolute Dry?

It’s okay to be in the sun when you use Absolute Dry. Absolute Dry is often used e.g. on the back or chest during the hot summer period. As long as your skin feels good and not extra sensitive, you can be in the sun as normal. Remember to use sunscreen.

Can Absolute Dry be used in children?

There is no age limit for Absolute Dry but in the case of younger children, we recommend that you contact a doctor to get advice. Usually, you start to use the Absolute Dry from about the age of 13.

My skin gets irritated when I am using Absolut Dry, why?

Absolute Dry contains aluminium chloride, which can cause irritation and itching on the skin. These symptoms commonly occur because the skin was not completely dry at application. It is therefore important to ensure that the skin on the area of application is completely dry before use.

The symptoms are usually temporary. If they persist, wash off Absolute Dry and attempt application again the next evening. If the skin becomes red and irritated, you can apply a moisturizing cream or, for more severe symptoms, a prescription-free hydrocortisone cream. If irritation persists, discontinue use of Absolute Dry.

What if Absolute Dry is not enough?

If the efficacy of Absolute Dry not is enough for you and your everyday life is affected negatively by your sweating, contact a doctor for advice.

What is hyperhidrosis?

Sweating is the way the body regulates its temperature. Sweat is produced by sweat glands (2-4 million) located in the skin in various parts of the body. The sweat glands are found in large numbers on the soles of the feet, the palms, the forehead and cheeks, and in the armpits. The activity of sweat glands is under the control of the sympathetic nervous system and is involuntary.

Sweating a lot is normal when it is hot or when you exercise, are anxious or have a fever. It is also natural to sweat more during puberty and menopause. In people who suffers from excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis the sweat glands overreact to stimuli and are generally overactive, producing more sweat than is necessary. Excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis is defined as sweating beyond the physiological need of the body.

Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is affecting 3% of the population. Palmar hyperhidrosis is the most common form of hyperhidrosis, causing excessive sweating of the hands. Hyperhidrosis can also cause excessive foot, underarm and facial sweating. Sweating is often uncontrollable, embarrassing and not anticipated. Hyperhidrosis has devastating emotional effects on one’s individual life. Affected people are constantly aware of their condition and try to modify their lifestyle to accommodate this problem. This can be disabling in professional, academic and social life.

Treatment of hyperhidrosis?

First line treatment of hyperhidrosis is extra effective antiperspirants (containing aluminium chloride) like Absolute Dry. If treatment with extra effective antiperspirant like Absolute Dry not is enough, injections of botulinum toxin (Botox) is an alternative. Botulinum toxin is a potent treatment with effect in 3-12 months. surgery is considered only when other options are excluded.