Excessive Facial Sweating – Can It Be Cured?

March 1, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Stop Facial Sweating 

Is excessive facial sweating driving you mad?  Want to know what your options are?  Well, you don’t have to keep suffering from it, there are solutions you can put in place, some easy, some not so easy, but we’re going to go over them all right now so you know your options!

1.    ETS Surgery

Ok, not many people know that excessive facial sweating can be treated with surgery.  If you don’t know what ETS Surgery is, basically what happens is a small incision is made in your back  and a camera is inserted inside, through your ribcages.  Once your sympathetic nerves are found, these are burned and destroyed so that they can’t send signals to sweat glands on certain points on your body.   When the sweat glands can’t be signaled, you stop sweating, simple as that.

Now the success rate with this is 98% for scalp and facial sweating, but it’s important to note there are side-effects.  Namely, you can  get compensatory sweating, sweating in other areas of your body to compensate for the lack of sweat on your head.  This usually isn’t that much , but for some people the compensatory sweating can be just as bad if not worse than the facial sweating itself.

2.    Antiperspirant Gel

This sure beats rubbing an antiperspirant stick on your head.  There are certain antiperspirants made specifically for the face and hands and these are put in squeeze bottles as a gel.  You can pick them up online from Ebay or Amazon, just apply a thin coating to your forehead and face before you go out and it should get right to work!

Now obviously if you have excessive facial sweating, it’s prudent to try out the latter solution first, but if that doesn’t work don’t  worry, there are other safer solutions just as effective as the surgery.  One of the most effective natural solutions can be found here: click on this link to check it out.

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