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Splurge vs Steal: Botox vs DriOff Gel to Stop Ugly Underarm Sweat Stains!

Splurge vs Steal:  Botox vs DriOff Gel to Stop Ugly Underarm Sweat Stains!

Cute sweater dresses and cardigans are in style this fall and winter...but, as always, ugly underarm sweat stains are out!

To solve the dilemma of how to look like a fashionista without ruining one's clothes, some women with problem perspiration are resorting to injections of Botox® in their underarms.

This has shown to stop the production of sweat by blocking the nerve supply in the sweat glands. However, unless you've got a threshold for pain and a celebrity-sized budget for regular shots of Botox®, you'll need a more budget-friendly and pain-free way to prevent underarm sweat stains during the upcoming sweater season!

Try DriOff® gel to help curb excessive sweating anywhere on the body, including underarms, cleavage, hands and feet. DriOff® gel is a non-prescription, clear, odorless gel that can be applied to dry skin after cleansing.

Just apply a thin layer to clean, dry skin anywhere on the body where sweating may occur to help keep you feeling dry and comfortable.

instead of spending hundreds on Botox, try DriOff® . Each box of DriOff® Gel contains two 1.32 oz. tubes and sells for $23. For more information or to purchase DriOff® Gel, call Hill Dermaceuticals' Consumer Division toll free at 1.888.445.5468 or visit www.hillderm.com.

Splurge vs Steal:

Botox vs DriOff Gel to Stop Ugly Underarm Sweat Stains!

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