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Artboard 1 copy 2600Sweating Can Lead to Heat Rash: Here’s What To Do About the Prickly Problem

Extreme sweating can leave you feeling damp, embarrassed, slippery, and more. But when humidity levels and temperatures soar, sweating can also lead to an uncomfortable rash. Learn more about prickly heat, how to help prevent it, and how to care for it…

 

 



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Hyperhidrosis Research & Treatment:
There’s SO Much Going On

The world of hyperhidrosis research and treatment development is moving fast. In parts one and two of our 2021 Hyperhidrosis Research & Treatment Pipeline Report (find them in our other blogs), we cover EIGHT projects aimed at better care and understanding of excessive sweating. In this installment, you’ll find information about ten more important hyperhidrosis-related initiatives.

Artboard_7_1pipelineS.jpgPotential Medical Device for Underarms, Oral Hh Med Designed to Fight Side Effects, Qbrexza® News & Palmar Hh Study Recruiting

There is a lot of research going on related to the management of hyperhidrosis.

Part 1 of our IHhS Hyperhidrosis Research & Treatment Pipeline Report discusses the ongoing development of Brickell Biotech’s topical gel (sofpironium bromide/BBI-4000) (be sure to read it) for the potential treatment of underarm excessive sweating. Here, in Part 2 we bring you even more...

Artboard 7New Hh Treatment in Japan, Topical Rx for Underarms in Final Studies + Dermatology Co. Involved in COVID-19 Vaccine Research

The International Hyperhidrosis Society (IHhS) has done a deep dive into clinical trials and pipeline reports and has compiled a comprehensive, three-part report on current research related to the management of hyperhidrosis. The full report covers more than 20 treatment-focused studies and is so meaty we can’t do it justice in one blog. The great news is that, after reading this installment, you have two more research updates to check out.

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$ave on Sweat Management 

“Flexible”, “health” or “medical” savings accounts can help you save money on the sweat-management products and services you need to keep hyperhidrosis symptoms under control. In this blog, we tell you how to use these accounts to set aside pre-tax funds and give yourself discounts on the health-related items you and your family rely on -- from copays and deductibles to prescription medications and required over-the-counter items. 

 

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