How To Treat Hyperhidrosis With ZeroSweat

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How To Treat Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition that causes you to sweat excessively and unpredictably. That’s the medical definition, but Hyperhidrosis sufferers who sweat excessively know that living a life with Hyperhidrosis, constantly drenched in sweat, will take a physical and often emotional toll. 

Hyperhidrosis affects millions of people, from teens to seniors. Any part of the body, from head to toe, can be affected but the most commonly affected areas are the underarms, feet, hands, and groin. Although our ZeroSweat roll-on product is intended to be used on underarms, our customers tell us it works everywhere. We've been told - literally everywhere.

Different Types Of Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis Sufferers Who Use ZeroSweat Have Reported The Following:

  • No more pitting out
  • No more embarrassment
  • No more sweat stains
  • No more clammy handshakes
  • No more stinky feet
  • No more sweaty nether regions
  • No need for costly procedures or shots

How Does ZeroSweat Work?

ZeroSweat is a liquid, clinical-strength antiperspirant that goes on with no mess. Just apply at bedtime, wait 2-3 minutes for your underarms to dry and go to sleep. It’s that simple.

At night, when your sweat glands are less active, ZeroSweat works its magic. Ok, so it’s not actually magic, but in the morning you will be dry. It lasts for days, won’t wash off, even with shaving, does not leave any residue and you can’t even tell it’s there. But you know for sure it’s working. Say goodbye to excessive underarm sweating for good!

When ZeroSweat is working it's best, you should only need to apply ZeroSweat once or twice a week.

There is hope.

For years, millions of people who have asked themselves, "HOW CAN I TREAT HYPERHIDROSIS?" They can finally rest assured that there is an answer that eliminates the need for shots, procedures, or time-consuming treatments. If you still aren't sure you have Hyperhidrosis, read our What Is Hyperhidrosis guide.