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    Default To all of the Driclor users...

    I've been using driclor for about 2 weeks now and on the sweaty pits front it is fan friggen tastic!!! I've been able to wear any top I want without horrible big sweat patches forming......

    But it has burnt and stung the crap out of my pits :/ to the driclor users - am I doing something wrong? It stings so bad that it has actually woken me up a few times overnight..... I actually had to resort to smothering my pits with sudocreme last night just to try and do something to get some zzzzzz. Help!

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    I can't answer your question, sorry, just wanted to ask if you just get a prescription from your doctor for this?

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    Are you following the directions properly? (Ie washing it off in the morning?)

    Maybe try putting less on?

    And you just buy it from shops

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    They only sell it at the chemist here - but in bigger states they might sell at supermarkets?

    I dry myself off and put on after shower..... Maybe I should wait a bit longer - and last night I thought maybe i put too much on, so just did one roll but it still kills..... I've read the instructions again- the only time I really stupidly broke the rules was when I shaved my pits then put it on straight away. O.M.F.G. Learnt my lesson.

    Argh I'm spewing because its been a godsend for my confidence.... My skin is not usually the sensitive type!

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    I use dri clor and find I just need to put it on once or twice a week and it works fine. Any more than that and it stings me too

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    yes I find it stings too. no you don't need a script for it, chemists sell it..

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    I used it about 10 years ago. I remember intense pain and scarring for a couple of months while I used it, but was desperate and persevered. I have never sweated since from under my arms! But I sweat more from my face now lol I guess the body has to make up for it somewhere!


 

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