Aluminium Chloride 20% Driclor
Excess sweat is reabsorbed into the body and removed from the body normally. Excessive perspiration should disappear after a few weeks of using Driclor Solution, and patients should feel cool and dry.
What can Aluminium Chloride 20% be used for?
Aluminium Chloride Hexahydrate works by penetrating the skin's pores. Sweat is expelled through these pores. Aluminium Chloride Hexahydrate does not block the pores directly, but instead forms a gel that gently prevents sweat from escaping. This is completely safe as these formulations have been clinically tested for safety and efficacy and have been on the market for decades. This is how almost all antiperspirants work.
How to apply Aluminium Chloride 20% Driclor?
Apply a thin layer of this medication to the affected area once daily at bedtime for 2 to 3 days, then once or twice a week thereafter, or as directed by your doctor. Allow the medication to dry after application. Wrap the area with plastic wrap and cover with a mitten or sock if applying to the hands or feet. Wear a shirt if applying to the underarms. Wear a plastic shower cap if applying to the scalp. Allow 6 to 8 hours for this medication to take effect. Wash the area with soap or shampoo (if treating the scalp) and water in the morning, and then towel dry. While using this medication, do not use any other antiperspirants or deodorants.
Only apply this medication to your skin. Before applying the medication, the affected area should be completely dry. If necessary, use a hair dryer on the warm setting to dry the affected area for a few minutes. Learn all of the product's preparation and usage instructions. Consult your doctor or pharmacist if any of the information is unclear.
Make sure that this is not applied straight after washing or shaving.
Avoid getting the medication in your eyes or applying it to skin that is broken, irritated, or recently shaved. If you get the medication on those areas, flush them thoroughly with water.
Tingling, mild itching, or irritation may occur when the medication is first applied. If any of these effects last or get worse, tell your doctor or pharmacist promptly.