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The International Hyperhidrosis Society can help you save money and manage excessive sweating at the same time. Check out these solutions that YOU have told us work--and as a thank you, the manufacturers gave the International Hyperhidrosis Society members exclusive deals. And no matter where in the world you are, these products can arrive on your doorstep to bust your sweat away. Enjoy these great offers and share your feedback on the International Hyperhidrosis Society Facebook page too! Do you know of a great product or deal we should include? Or does your company manufacture products that would be useful to hyperhidrosis sufferers? Contact us and let us know! Know Sweat!

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Botox®

You‛ve heard of the rich-and-famous getting Botox injected into their wrinkles, right? Well, Botox also has amazing medical uses.

Neurologists use Botox to help people with disabling muscle problems, and dermatologists use Botox to stop hyperhidrosis. It can be injected into the armpits, hands, feet, and face to help stop uncomfortable, embarrassing, and dripping sweat. Botox is a natural, purified protein that can temporarily block the secretion of the chemical in your body that is responsible for "turning on" your sweat glands. By blocking this chemical messenger, Botox "turns off" sweating at the area where it has been injected. Follow-up injections are required every seven to sixteen months (over a year!) to maintain dryness. The injections can be a little uncomfortable, but teens who‛ve had it done say it‛s not that bad and totally worth it. You can use clinical strength antiperspirants to keep you dry longer between visits to the doc.