How To Stop Your Face From Sweating So Much?

“I’ve heard that the Japanese are experts at this, but I don’t know what to do,” says Hideo Nakamura. The 35-year-old Tokyo resident is sitting in a coffee shop after a day of work and school near his home, where he lives with his wife and two young daughters. “My doctor prescribed me Drysol [a topical antiperspirant], but it doesn’t seem to be working.” You might not have noticed if you’d been looking away from him for the last few minutes because he’s been taking sips from a thermos filled with ice water just so he could hide the fact that his hands were sweaty—and uncontrollably so. In fact, even though we’re talking together in one of Japan’s more temperate months (compare: New York City), Nakamura has already taken off both collars of his shirt because there was no way he would be able to get through an interview without sweating profusely on camera. This seems like a small problem until you realize that it takes quite a bit longer than usual for Nakamura’s body temperature to cool down after our 45-minute conversation ends…

If you’re one among many people who sweat excessively, then chances are your doctor will recommend something called uretherapy or suction therapy as an alternative method for controlling perspiration. If neither option works well enough for you or your family members, then maybe urethane spray can help control excessive sweating when

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