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Yes. Apaxil is adequately formulated for regular use.

Apaxil Sweat Control – Armpits contains an active ingredient which temporarily seals the sweat glands. Contrary to other anti-perspiration products on the market, Apaxil assures a prolonged blockage of the glands giving you a longer and more effective protection.

The product film which acts on the glands will peal off from your skin and you will gradually start sweating as before.

Because the activity of the sweat glands is more regular during the night and therefor easier to correct.

The answer is yes. The Apaxil Sweat Control Underarms Night Treatment can be used for the Face in the same way as you would use the product for your underarms ( in the evening on clean, dry skin, and washing it away in the morning). Avoid contact with eyes and mouth; be careful, therefore, not to let the product run…
At the beginning of the treatment apply Apaxil every night for a week, until you reach the desired sweat level. You can then reduce the applications to 2 or 3 times a week, because Apaxil controls the sweating leavel for 2-3 days on average. Try it, and let us know how you get on…

Yes. You can use Apaxil on other parts of the body where you have excessive or bothersome perspiration, being very careful to avoid mucus membranes such as eyes, mouth, genitals etc.

Perspiration is a mechanism to regulate body temperature; therefore do not cover more than max. 10% of your body surface at one time with an antiperspirant.

Apaxil is safe to use, also during pregnancy. If you are in doubt we always recommend to contact your doctor for advice.

No. Continue with your normal deodorant. Apaxil Sweat Control works independently from it. This way you can keep your preferred perfume. Apaxil is a night-time treatment. In the morning, just wash arm pits normally, and apply your normal deodorant as you are used to.

The most common reason is that you may not have used the product correctly. Remember to apply Apaxil on dry skin and only at night when the sweat production by the glands is normally much lower than during the day. It could also be that your skin is particularly sensitive. As you know, each person’s skin is different, but it’s not sure it always reacts the same way to the same treatment. This can be due to external factors such as stress and humidity. However, if the burning sensation should persist, we suggest you suspend treatment for some days until the irritation goes away. At this point, you may try again, perhaps leaving 24 hours between each application.