How To Treat Hyperhidrosis With ZeroSweat

HYPERHIDROSIS

what is hyperhidrosis?


Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition that causes excessive and unpredictable sweating. Millions of people suffer from hyperhidrosis (many – perhaps you – are undiagnosed).While not life-threatening, hyperhidrosis can wreak havoc on your self-esteem and be a strain emotionally.


There are two types of hyperhidrosis: Primary Focal Hyperhidrosis and Secondary Generalized Hydrosis. Learn more about the two main types here.This condition can affect specific (focal) or large (generalized) areas of the body. Let’s break it down by location.

Craniofacial Hyperhidrosis 

Head & Face


Do beads of sweat pool on your scalp or run down your forehead? Is your face constantly glistening with perspiration? If so, you may be suffering from Craniofacial Hyperhidrosis. Being unable to hide it, this type may just win first place as ‘Most Embarrassing.’

Axillary Hyperhidrosis

underarms


Having this type of hyperhidrosis is the pits. The armpits, that is! Uncontrollable, infuriating sweating of your underarm region can stain your clothes, cause discomfort & be plain ol’ humiliating.

Palmar Hyperhidrosis

hands & palms


Ahhh, the most common of them all: extreme, overwhelming sweating of the hands or palms. From ruined paperwork to slippery handshakes, this type compromises your career, education & social life.

Plantar Hyperhidrosis

feet


If you have it, you know the feeling… your feet are so soggy that you fear you might slip right out of your shoes!

Other Hyperhidrosis 

BACK/GROIN/ETC.


Other areas may include your back, groin, chest, thighs, etc. Basically, the excessive sweating can attack any part of your body (ugh!).

whole body


Typically experienced with Secondary Generalized Hyperhidrosis. Learn more about Secondary Hyperhidrosis here.

DO I HAVE HYPERHIDROSIS?

Not sure if you have hyperhidrosis? Check out this article – it’ll help you determine whether you do or not.

HYPERHIDROSIS TREATMENT


Is there a cure? How do I get rid of excessive sweating? 


Good news – ZeroSweat can treat hyperhidrosis! Here’s how. 


ZeroSweat products get down to the deep-rooted issue and stop the sweat (as opposed to just absorbing sweat like the other guys do). 


Simply apply at night, wait 2-3 minutes to let it dry & go to sleep! This allows our unique formula to work while the sweat glands are less active. It’ll travel to the sweat gland and create a block that doesn’t wash off in the morning. In fact, the strength of this product is so powerful that most customers only need to apply once or twice a week!

what is it?


Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition that causes excessive and unpredictable sweating. Millions of people suffer from hyperhidrosis (many – perhaps you – are undiagnosed).While not life-threatening, hyperhidrosis can wreak havoc on your self-esteem and be a strain emotionally.


There are two types of hyperhidrosis: Primary Focal Hyperhidrosis and Secondary Generalized Hydrosis. Learn more about the two main types here.This condition can affect specific (focal) or large (generalized) areas of the body. Let’s break it down by location.

Craniofacial Hyperhidrosis 

Head & Face


Do beads of sweat pool on your scalp or run down your forehead? Is your face constantly glistening with perspiration? If so, you may be suffering from Craniofacial Hyperhidrosis. Being unable to hide it, this type may just win first place as ‘Most Embarrassing.’

Axillary Hyperhidrosis

underarms


Having this type of hyperhidrosis is the pits. The armpits, that is! Uncontrollable, infuriating sweating of your underarm region can stain your clothes, cause discomfort & be plain ol’ humiliating.

Palmar Hyperhidrosis

hands & palms


Ahhh, the most common of them all: extreme, overwhelming sweating of the hands or palms. From ruined paperwork to slippery handshakes, this type compromises your career, education & social life.

Plantar Hyperhidrosis

feet


If you have it, you know the feeling… your feet are so soggy that you fear you might slip right out of your shoes!

Other Hyperhidrosis 

BACK/GROIN/ETC.


Other areas may include your back, groin, chest, thighs, etc. Basically, the excessive sweating can attack any part of your body (ugh!).

whole body


Typically experienced with Secondary Generalized Hyperhidrosis. Learn more about Secondary Hyperhidrosis here.

DO I HAVE HYPERHIDROSIS?

Not sure if you have hyperhidrosis? Check out this article – it’ll help you determine whether you do or not.

HYPERHIDROSIS TREATMENT


Is there a cure? How do I get rid of excessive sweating? 


Good news – ZeroSweat can treat hyperhidrosis! Here’s how. 


ZeroSweat products get down to the deep-rooted issue and stop the sweat (as opposed to just absorbing sweat like the other guys do). 


When applying the roll-on, simply apply at night, wait 2-3 minutes to let it dry & go to sleep! This allows our unique formula to work while the sweat glands are less active. It’ll travel to the sweat gland and create a block that doesn’t wash off in the morning. In fact, the strength of this product is so powerful that most customers only need to apply once or twice a week!