FAQ

Anti-perspirant: does it block perspiration?
No, anti-perspirant’s function is not to block the natural process of perspiration, but merely reducing perspiration in certain areas of the body (where the anti-perspirant is applied). Anti-perspirant’s main active ingredient, an astringent substance (such as aluminium salts), contracts the skin's pores. When the skin is “tightened”, perspiration is automatically reduced.

Anti-perspirant is designed to be applied on small parts of the body, such as armpits or feet.

Anti-perspirant: does it block perspiration?

No, anti-perspirant’s function is not to block the natural process of perspiration, but merely reducing perspiration in certain areas of the body (where the anti-perspirant is applied). Anti-perspirant’s main active ingredient, an astringent substance (such as aluminium salts), contracts the skin's pores. When the skin is “tightened”, perspiration is automatically reduced.

Anti-perspirant is designed to be applied on small parts of the body, such as armpits or feet.

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