The sweat stops with us
A lot of brands say they’re an effective antiperspirant. But if you don’t have the most effective ingredients, you’re not serious about stopping sweat.
doctor recommended clinical strength antiperspirant*
dermatologists recommend Aluminum Chloride, and Certain Dri is the only non-prescription antiperspirant with Aluminum Chloride you can buy from your local retailer.
Stop sweat before it starts
Certain Dri offers several treatment options each formulated to provide clinical strength sweat protection to stop sweat before it starts.
Find the Certain Dri product that’s right for you:
NEW Prescription Strength Dry Spray
Extra Fresh invisible dry spray deodorant goes on instantly dry for a cleaner feel
Maximum strength antiperspirant formulated with the most effective ingredient you can buy without a prescription
Extra effective antiperspirant + deodorant that may be more gentle on sensitive skin
Effective all day protection against odor and sweating
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FAQs of sweat protection
A true antiperspirant – like Certain Dri – should inhibit the flow of perspiration. The more effective the formulation, the more effective and longer-lasting the antiperspirant relief will be. Generally, an antiperspirant is also a deodorant because it prevents perspiration which retards bacteria and odor formation. However, a deodorant is not an antiperspirant.
Deodorants differ from antiperspirants in that they do not control the flow of sweat. Both antiperspirants and deodorants often contain fragrances to help mask the smell of body odor. Rarely, however, does a deodorant retard bacterial growth and odor for more than a very brief time.
Any of the following factors, separately or combined, can cause varying amounts of perspiration: physical exertion; mental or emotional stress; warm or hot temperatures; non porous, heavy clothing; obesity or endocrine dysfunction; inherited factors etc. When your body “overheats” as a result of these factors, it activates the sweat glands, especially those in the underarm area, to produce perspiration which is emitted through your skins’ pores.” The perspiration then evaporates to produce a cooling effect, thereby reducing the body’s skin temperature. To learn more visit www.sweathelp.org
In its freshly released state, perspiration is generally odorless. However, when it exists in a confined and damp underarm area, it provides an environment that combines with bacteria on the skin, which can then cause odor. Specifically, sweat from the apocrine glands, located in the underarms, contains fatty substances and proteins that interact with bacteria living on the skin to create body odor.
*Data on file.