Dr. Parmir is a board-certified dermatologist who specializes in cosmetic medicine and procedures, including Botox®, laser hair removal, chemical peels, facials and microdermabrasion. He has been featured on Fox News Channel (FNC), Good Morning America (GMA), The View (Tv), CBS Evening News with Katie Couric, FOX Business Network’s Lou Dobbs Tonight Show with Lou Dobbs, CNN’s Larry King Live! Dr. Parmir also hosts The New York Times #1 Best Selling Author of the book “The Dermatologist’s Guide to Reducing Sweating & Staying Beautiful Forever!” Click here for his website: http://www.nysparmirmd.com/
Are there any medications that are effective?
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, certain over-the-counter antiperspirants can help prevent excessive sweating due to an underactive sweat gland or localized skin irritation by helping block moisture from reaching your skin surface area too quickly which could result in excessive perspiration during exercise or hot weather activities such as golfing or swimming; however most people require prescription strength products that contain aluminum chloride hexahydrate 5% solution because they reduce the production of excess body heat through direct contact with your sweat glands causing them to shrink back down temporarily forcing you to wait until they have recovered before sweating again due to this device being applied directly