20% aluminum chloride hexahydrate
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What causes excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis)?
Sweating is controlled by the central nervous system, which sends signals to sweat glands on the skin. The sweat glands are normal in people with hyperhidrosis, but the signaling from the central nervous system works overtime. From avoiding social engagements to sweating through shirt after shirt—it can be very disruptive to one’s social life, career, and overall emotional health.
What is Drysol?
Drysol (20% aluminum chloride hexahydrate) is a prescription antiperspirant that works by blocking the sweat glands. Aluminum-containing antiperspirants are recommended for hyperhidrosis by the American Academy of Dermatology.
What are potential side effects of Drysol?
Drysol may cause itching and burning at sites where it is applied. For more information on interactions and potential side effects, please read the Important Safety Information.
How to use
Apply Drysol before sleep to dry skin. You can apply to armpits, palms of hands, and/or soles of feet. Wash it off in the morning.
Apply Drysol per your treatment plan from your doctor.
Most people see an improvement in sweating within a week or so of using the antiperspirant as directed.
Sweating can improve in a week
How Ro works
Share your symptoms and medical history in the free online visit. A US-licensed healthcare provider will review your information and will typically get back to you within 24 hours.
Free and discreet deliveries
If prescribed, your treatment will arrive at your door in discreet packaging.
Send your provider a message at any time to discuss updating your treatment, address side effects, or answer other treatment-related questions or concerns.
Important safety information
What you should know before using Drysol.