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How to Prevent Underarm Sweat Stains
Happy First Day of Spring! With spring comes warmer weather and lighter clothing, both in terms of bulkiness and color range. If you suffer from axillary hyperhidrosis, then the start of Spring doesn’t necessarily bring joy but rather marks the start of the season of excessive sweating and sweat stains. Read our checklist below and see how many you are currently doing or have done in the past in an effort to disguise your excessive sweating from those around you:
Just Your Luck: The Global Prevalence of Hyperhidrosis

If you’re reading this, chances are you suffer from hyperhidrosis. You might be thinking “just my luck”, but one thing’s for sure, you’re not alone! It’s estimated that approximately 5% of the global population suffers from hyperhidrosis—that’s millions of people worldwide. 

Can Eating Certain Foods Make You Sweat?
March is National Nutrition Month, so we thought we’d take the opportunity to take a closer look at the link between food, sweating, and hyperhidrosis! Sweating following the consumption of certain foods is something that a lot of us experience, particularly after eating hot and/or spicy foods. Certain foods are known to cause excessive sweating due to the various effects they have on the body, in relation to digestion, thermoregulation, and stimulation of the nervous system.
How to Treat Excessive Sweating
Primary hyperhidrosis is a common condition characterized by excessive sweating that affects nearly 5% of the global population. The areas most commonly affected are the hands, feet, and underarms. One of the most effective ways to treat these zones is through iontophoresis! Iontophoresis is a non-invasive, drug-free, and needle-free treatment option. It is ideal for those looking for long-lasting dryness.
What is Hyperhidrosis?
Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition characterized by excessive sweating that affects up to 5% of the global population. Those who suffer from this condition can sweat 4-5 times more than the average person. Depending on the cause, hyperhidrosis can be categorized as primary or secondary. The areas most commonly affected by hyperhidrosis are the hands, feet, and underarms, but it can also affect the head/face and any other region on the body.
Dermadry is now Available in Australia!

We are pleased to announce that we have received our Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) certificate and are now licensed to sell in Australia!

If you’re tired of sweating uncontrollably in the intense Australian heat, then we have the solution for you! Our iontophoresis device treats excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) of the hands, feet, and underarms. So, stop letting nasty sweat stains ruin your day and say hello to a dry new you!

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