Facial Hyperhidrosis

May 10, 2017 by · 1 Comment
Filed under: Stop Facial Sweating 

Facial Hyperhidrosis is one of the worst forms of this sweating condition.  Why?  Because when you meet people, the first thing they see is your face.  Not your underarms, not your back, not your hands(although they do feel them when you shake hands)..so it makes sense that if you suffer from this you should not only seek treatment for your underarms but also your face!  But what can be done other than rolling on an antiperspirant on your head? Here are some solutions for you to try out:

Firstly, try out an antiperspirant GEL!  For facial hyperhidrosis, it’s not a good idea to rub a stick of antiperspirant all over your face.  The solution is to check around the Internet for an antiperspirant gel made specifically for applying to the face.  You might even be able to find it in a local store, although it’s quite rare.

Secondly,  get and use a napkin.  Simple and effective, carrying a napkin around with allow you to have a way to keep your face dry at all times.  Granted you will need to find inconspicuous ways of wiping your face, this is much better than using your hand or your shirt.

Lastly, for facial hyperhidrosis, try buying and using more FANS.  You can pick up small mini-fans at your local dollar store, you can set a small one up in your car, mount it on your dashboard, and you can get another slightly bigger fan for your desk at work.  Seeing as how you spend most of your time either at work, in your car or at home, making sure you have fans at all these locations will help to keep yourself cool.

Ultimately if you want to CURE your sweating issue, you’re going to want a treatment that gets at the root of the problem.  So if you want to eliminate your sweating for good, check this link out.

Originally posted 2008-08-19 17:01:00. Republished by Old Post Promoter

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One Response to “Facial Hyperhidrosis”
  1. Caroline Coles says:

    Please can you give me a website address for the facial gel.

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