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Here Comes Spring; Don’t Sweat It!

April 6, 2016, Charleston, South Carolina  ̶ What does spring mean to you? Flowers, green grass, and buzzing bees? What about sweat, sweat stains, and sweat embarrassment?

We all sweat. We all need to sweat. But we don’t all want to show it! Warm weather is on the horizon and now’s the time to get ready.

The International Hyperhidrosis Society has a shopping guide to help you look and feel cool as a cucumber this spring.

Cutting-edge antiperspirants, underarm shields, moisture wicking sleepwear, shoe liners, and more can help you can feel more confident and comfortable without having to see a doctor.

Visit our Fan Fave Product Deals for our recommendations. Purchase direct using the coupon codes provided, or use Amazon Smile (smile.amazon.com) and be sure to designate the International Hyperhidrosis Society as your charity of choice. We’re the only non-profit dedicated to helping people who suffer from excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis).

Be sure to check out Clinical Strength Certain Dri Roll On. It’s one of the most effective antiperspirants available without a prescription. To download a $2 off any Certain Dri® product coupon, visit www.certaindri.com.

If you sweat so much that it is negatively affecting your life (your self-esteem, job, hobbies, or relationships) there are medical treatments available to help. Visit SweatHelp.org to learn all your options including miraDry, BOTOX, lasers, and oral medications. We can even help you find a healthcare provider to get started.

The International Hyperhidrosis Society is a registered charity under section 501(c)3 of the IRS tax code. Our mission is to reduce the symptoms, anxiety, and social stigma associated with excessive sweating by improving the information, support, and treatments available to the millions of children, teens, and adults affected by hyperhidrosis worldwide. We promote hyperhidrosis research, educate healthcare professionals in optimal hyperhidrosis diagnosis and management, raise awareness about the condition’s emotional and economic impacts, and advocate for improved patient access to effective treatments, all while also increasing public understanding of this debilitating medical condition. Please consider making a donation to support our work.

Visit us at www.sweathelp.org , on Facebook, or at Twitter (@sweathelp.org)

Lisa J. Pieretti, MBA, Executive Director
International Hyperhidrosis Society
ljp@sweathelp.org

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