Clinical studies prove 48 hour of protection against strong perspiration and odour.
Eucerin 48 h Anti-Perspirant Roll-On
Protection from perspiration and odor
Eucerin 48 h Anti-Perspirant Roll-On has been designed for people who suffer from strong sweating. It contains a high concentration of Aluminium Chlorohydrate (ACH) to prevent the build up of sweat and body odour. It’s suitable for sensitive and shaved skin and has a fresh, unisex fragrance.
Do's and Dont's
- Apply after showering in the morning or evening or as needed.
- Leave to dry before putting on clothes or jewellery to prevent staining.
- Keep out of reach of children.
Frequently asked questions
Can changing my lifestyle affect the amount I sweat?
Changing your lifestyle won’t cure primary hyperhidrosis (the type that doesn’t have any underlying medical causes), but it can improve the symptoms and make you feel better about yourself. Avoid spicy foods and alcohol. Wear loose clothing, ideally natural fibres – such as cotton – against your skin, and wear leather or canvas on your feet.
How do anti-perspirants work?
Anti-perspirants act on the eccrine and apocrine sweat glands, reducing sweat secretion. Because there’s less sweat you’ll notice less dampness and less odour. Most anti-perspirants contain the active substances Aluminium Chlorohydrate (ACH) and Aluminium Chloride (AC). AC molecules are smaller and have a lower pH value than the ACH molecules so they can get even deeper into the sweat ducts and keep them closed for longer. Even small quantities of antiperspirant can effectively reduce sweating.
When does heavy sweating become hyperhidrosis?
People with hyperhidrosis sweat four or five times more than average. They also tend to have at least one episode of excessive sweating a week. There’s no precise measure at which point heavy sweating becomes hyperhidrosis but if you feel your sweating is affecting your day-to-day life, you may want to see your doctor or a dermatologist.