No Sweat! Keep Cool and Dry all Summer

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No Sweat! Keep Cool and Dry all Summer

Summer is just around the corner, and with it comes the long, hot days and increased humidity that can cause us to have a literal meltdown. When you’re trying to “keep your cool,” the last thing you need is sweat pooling on your face, under your arms, on your back or other places it can become visibly embarrassing.

If you are a heavy sweater, you may want to consider going above and beyond your normal beauty routine and adding in some products specifically designed to help keep you drier and fresher throughout your busy day. These are a few of our favorites:

DERMAdoctor MED e TATE antiperspirant wipes
Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition marked by excessive sweating despite inactivity mainly affecting the face, underarms, palms, soles, areas under the breast, cleavage and groin. These convenient towelettes can be tucked away in your purse or desk drawer and a single swipe stops sweat in its tracks. The patent pending formula combines the latest antiperspirant therapy with a blend of botanicals that work synergistically to maximize sweat control. Even if you don’t suffer from hyperhidrosis, I have found they are great to keep make-up from melting on a hot day or keep you cool and “stain free” in stressful or anxiety producing situations.

DERMAdoctor Gorilla Warfare hair minimizing antiperspirant
More hair means more sweat. DERMAdoctor offers a solution in the form of a gentle antiperspirant that at the same time actually minimizes hair growth. It’s paraben and fragrance free and contains 14 botanicals that help reduce underarm hair naturally.

By Amy Burger
DERMAdoctor Staff Writer

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