Ladies, lets face it. Sweating for no apparent reason is one of the major signs of aging. Also known as hyperhidrosis, sweating can cause embarrassment and even embarassment to those who are affected by this condition. Here are some remedies that will help you get rid of excessive sweating on your forehead:
1) Apply a cold compress on your head for 20 minutes every morning before going to bed. It works wonders in reducing the body’s perspiration process for hours at night. You may also try applying an ice wrap or washcloth over your forehead area right after showering or bathing daily to cool down another hot spot culprit – your head!
2) Visit a dermatologist if you have severe cases of hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating). A derm can prescribe anti-perspirants which are effective against excessive sweating but not everyone likes the smell/taste associated with these substances so I suggest using natural herbs like St Johns wort leaf powder mixed with honey or birch bark tea instead if they don’t work well enough for you! The German medical journal “Dermatologica” published studies showing that honey has antibacterial properties and acts directly against bacteria responsible for causing sweat production so there is good news here too regarding its effectiveness against excessive sweat problems!