WHAT IS DRICLOR ANTIPERSPIRANT ROLL ON APPLICATOR?
Driclor Solution has been specifically formulated to treat excessive perspiration. It works by forming a gel matrix in the effected sweat glands, which reduces and eventually stops the flow of sweat.
Excess sweat is reabsorbed into the body and disposed of in the normal way. Within just a few weeks of using Driclor Solution, excessive perspiration should disappear and sufferers should feel cool and dry.
Driclor anti-perspirant roll on is suitable for use on all skin types and by anyone for whom traditional anti-perspirants are inadequate.
HOW TO USE DRICLOR ANTIPERSPIRANT ROLL ON APPLICATOR?
You can find full details on how to use the product in its information leaflet here.
- Always dry the affected areas thoroughly before applying (otherwise irritation may occur)
- Initially apply once daily, last thing at night
- In the morning, wash off and do not reapply during the day. Continue to use your regular deodorant as normal.
- After 2 weeks, you should notice as considerable improvement. Once sweating stops during the day, you can reduce applications to twice a week or less.
WHEN IS DRICLOR ANTIPERSPIRANT ROLL ON APPLICATOR RECOMMENDED?
Driclor Antiperspirant is clinically proven to protect against very heavy perspiration (sweating), and is is recommended for use for people who perspire under normal conditions, or those who tend to perspire excessively.
ARE THERE ANY UNDESIRED SIDE-EFFECTS WHILST TAKING DRICLOR ANTIPERSPIRANT ROLL ON APPLICATOR?
Like all medicines, Driclor can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. The following side effects can occur when using this product: – application site stinging, irritation, itching, swelling, burning sensation, pain, rash and redness of the skin.
For further information on side effects associated with this product, please read the patient information leaflet.
WHERE CAN I FIND FURTHER INFORMATION ON DRICLOR ANTIPERSPIRANT ROLL ON APPLICATOR?
You can find further information about Driclor Antiperspirant Roll on Applicator on the product packaging and leaflet provided with the medication.