Thread: Certain dry.....
05-18-2005, 06:38 PM #1
There was a thread a while back about sweating...Someone said to look into Certain Dry, Bryan I think, but I'm too lazy to look up the thread....Well I gave it a try, and it stopped my armpit sweating after only 2 uses!!!!! This stuff is great, I CANNOT believe how well it works. I'm hiking across campus, it's hot and humid like a MOFO, I'm wearing scrub bottoms, carrying a big backpack w/3-4 large books, 2 meals, and a bottle of water.. Sweat is dripping off my face, running from my back to my ass, collecting on my stomach, and running down my legs......BUT, I lift my arm, and where there used to be a large sweat stain, it's completely dry!! I wish I could stop my face from sweating, but I guess you can't have it all......any big guys who sweat their ass off should definitely look into this....props to bryan for the heads up
05-18-2005, 06:49 PM #2
tried it and got no results, drysol was the only thing that worked for me
05-18-2005, 06:50 PM #3Originally Posted by TheDfromGC
05-18-2005, 07:02 PM #4
I've used drysol for my feet and it worked excellent. I'll have to try the Certain Dri though. Thanks for the info!
05-18-2005, 07:17 PM #5
drysol works well also
anytime bros I used to sweat a gang from the underarms as well and dam this product works wonders!!!
You can use it on your hands and feet as well but I wouldnt use for the face or anything else like that.
It took 1 week for me to see good results from the certain dry as it takes diff time for everyone I guess.
the trick with it is apply before bed after washing your pits and let it dry completely while laying on your back with your arms up. takes about 5 mins to dry completley.
Overactive sweat glands are actually a strange medical condition called "hyperhydrosis" where the gland actually produces waaaaaay to much sweat and almost never shuts off.
Certaindry shuts off the gland and after a long time using it I only need it like 1 time per week.
05-18-2005, 07:27 PM #6
i found for myself that another tip if its not working at first is press pretty hard when applying. even after i got drysol which is stronger then certain dri, it didnt work, but one nite i just decided to push down real hard when applying it and put alot on, it burned like hell all nite but the next day the sweating was done
05-18-2005, 07:32 PM #7
Hyperhydrosis is a bitch. A couple of years ago I had surgery to relieve the excessive sweating it caused on my hands. Like you mentioned Bryan, my hands would literally sweat non stop. They're much better now, but I still sweat like a whore in church everywhere else. I'm definately going to give the Certain Dry a look.
05-19-2005, 06:57 AM #8
Ain't sweating a bitch. When you shake hands with normal people they look at you like you're a freak. I can't f*ckin' help it! My hands sweat a lot. My pits used to sweat ALOT! Certain dri fixed that. I tried drysol and it didn't work, but certain dri did. That was about 7 years ago I started using it, and now I don't really need it anymore. I use it maybe 4 times a year on my pits. Nothing I've tried yet will work for my hands and feet. They still sweat constantly, but you learn to live with it. Now I even acknowledge it. I used to be ashamed. When someone extends their hand to shake mine, I always wipe my hand off on my pants first. People give me a look when I do that, but then I think they understand its for their benefit. Ha!
05-19-2005, 10:54 AM #9
I hear ya Jd. I suffered the same embarrassing problem for quite a few years. It makes paperwork very difficult as well. I managed to grin and bare it all through high school and my first semester of college, but I reached a breaking point where I had to do something about it. So as I said, I had a surgery that cuts off some of the nerves that control sweating and now it's much better.
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