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Sweaty hands, is a common problem, particularly  Dermology Cellulite Solution Review during adolescence. The palms have some thousand sweat glands per square inch. Probably because it is so common, there are a number of do-it-yourself remedies. Many of which are quite effective.

One of the oldest remedies is soaking the palms in the cooled tea for ten minutes each day. The tannic acid in the tea may decrease the sweating. The only drawback is that the tea may slightly stain the palms. Another fairly easy solution is to buy an unscented antiperspirant containing aluminum chlorohydrate or aluminum chloride and apply it to your palms once a day for a week. If any irritation develops, discontinue it immediately is advised. If there is no irritation after a week of use, it is recommended to increase the applications to twice a day. After several weeks, you can adjust the frequency of application until you find what works for you.

If a regular antiperspirant does not work after you have tried it for a full month, you could ask your doctor to prescribe a super antiperspirant solution made of 20 percent aluminum chloride in 80 percent absolute anhydrous ethyl alcohol. This solution may cause irritation, so be sure to test it first on a small area of skin, leaving it on overnight, before trying it on your palms. If the test is fine, you can then apply the solution to your completely dry hands at bedtime, approximately two hours after washing them. Do this nightly for several weeks, then it less and less often until you determine how many times per week you need to use it to keep your hands dry. Again, if any irritation occurs, you must stop using it.





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