Primary hyperhidrosis is due to excessive stimulation of the sweat glands in certain areas of the body, due to the pseudo motor function in the brain. As a result, there is excessive sweating in certain areas (hands,
underarms, face, feet ...).
Secondary hyperhidrosis is produced by a specific condition
(hyperthyroidism, obesity, menopause ...), affecting the entire body.
The Dryses product line effectively and easily controls excessive sweating in armpits,
hands and feet, as well as face, back and buttocks. These products also prevent unpleasant odors, bacterial and fungal infections associated with hyperhidrosis and recurrent infections.
Properties of the DrySes Line
Triple Action, Antiseptic and Antimicrobial, Antiperspirant, Sebostatic, Inhibits the growth of micrococcus and diphtheroids, Bacteriostatic effect
prolonged (more than 3 days after an application). Long acting (3-7 days).
How it works.
Dryses works by blocking the sweat ducts and forming a cap with
keratin that stops sweat activity. Produces vacuolization and atrophy of secretory cells. Composed of 20% Aluminum Clorohydrate.
Controls the excessive sweating in the armpits with only 2 applications.
In the palms of the hands and soles of the feet will need more applications to achieve the desired degree of dryness.
Maintains control of sweating 3 to 7 days.
Application easy, convenient and hygienic.
Allows the treatment of various body areas (underarms, hands, feet, face,
back and buttocks).
Instructions for use
Apply at night on dry, irritated skin to avoid irritation.
Apply daily for a week, followed by reducing the treatment of two applications per week.
For intensive treatment, cover the target area with a plastic film.
Do not apply on irritated, frail or recently shaved skin.
The application can produce a mild tingling or stinging. If irritation occurs, discontinue use.
Avoid contact with eyes, and if it occurs, wash thoroughly with water.
These products are available online at http://www.sesderma.com/usa/search.php?busc_texto=Dryses