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This is a great product. We did a lot of research for a great baby camera and somehow we found this wifi baby about 2 years ago now. The camera works great and we use it on our iPhone and iPad. My parents live in Europe and it is easy even for them to watch their grandson whenever they want(we did have to give them the password for the wifibaby). I have sent several parents to this website and I would recommended it to anybody. Every time I have had any issues with the camera(I changed internet providers) I did have to contact their support to help me out and Gary helped me both times. He is GREAT and he remember me the 2nd time around. Great camera and great video quality.
After trying every product I could purchase from the store (including but not limited to men's deodorant, women's deodorant, prescription strength "Certain Dry" and everything else in between), I finally turned to the internet in a last-ditch effort to wear any color other than black. I stumbled across this product and, although skeptical at first, I decided to give it a shot.
Holey Sweet Drypits, Batman!
All joking aside, this product is finally the first that actually worked, with good reason why. While most deodorant products contain 9-10% Aluminum Chloride at best, this product contains 14% (which is 2% more than Certain Dry). Granted, you have to follow the directions on the box specifically in order for it to work:
1) Make sure your underarms are clean and dry. I used this product after I showered, but make sure not to shave right before or it will increase irritation (guys may need to clip their hair a little).
2) Put it on just before bed. This is the key step because you want to put it on when you have at least a 4-5 hour period of no sweating.
3) Walk around with your arms in the air until it drys completely.
4) Go to bed. If you like to sleep nice and warm, try to at least turn down the heating blanket, lower the thermostat, or remove a few layers of blankets so you stay cooler at night; Otherwise you may just sweat off the product before it gets a chance to work.
5) It will tingle and have a slight itch -- but this means it is working! I'm usually a light sleeper, but the one time that this itching did keep me up, I just took an ibuprofen tablet to block it out so I could sleep. No problemo, Amigo.
Viola! Enjoy your ability to move your arms around, wear bight colored cotton shirts, and generally enjoy life again.
Some notes from my experience directly:
- You can get at least 3 uses out of each wipe if it is properly stored back in its original pouch, but by the 3rd use it is not as effective as the first time.
- You can use this on your face (even though the directions say not to). I dabbed just under the corner of each of my eyes making sure NOT to get it too close where it could get INTO my eye. The next day my makeup did not run and make me look like a raccoon. Yay! Beware, however, that this product will make your skin extra dry, especially in sensitive areas such as the face. I would avoid using it on the face more than once a week.
- Speaking of dry, I did develop a minor rash. I used the product several nights within the same week and after about the 3rd go, the back of one of my arms had a very minor, slightly pink, dry rash. Immediately cleared up with a little lotion. Just be aware if you paint outside the lines that more sensitive areas may dry out more easily. However, I have yet to develop a rash on my actual arm pit and I haven't had any issue since that first time. I would say this one is more my fault than the fault of the product.
- The product becomes more effective with time. In my first week my sweating was so severe that, as the previous comment said, I had to use it three times to get the best effect. However, each week after that I only had to apply it on Sunday night to be fine for the rest of the week.
- I still used deodorant each morning! Although the product helps with sweating, it does not help with smell. I am not a smelly person, but I have a lovely deodorant that helps hydrate and keep my underarms smooth. Plus it smells like citrus!
- I run for long distances, and after using this product I did not sweat as heavily under my arms even after passing the 6 mile mark.
- I mixed products. Although this product is the most effective, it is also the most expensive. If I ever had a week that was particularly stressful/athletic and I needed a minor mid-week boost in my sweat treatment, I used a little certain dry since I still had a bottle I previously purchased. Although it wasn't effective by itself, it seemed to work by being paired with Sweat Block.
I hope this helps anyone who is interested in purchasing this product. Obviously, I highly recommend it and have given 5 stars according. I wish you the best of luck with your new sweat-free lifestyle.
- The Artist Formerly Known as Sweaty
I was wanting to buy an Ipad for myself. However, my husband still needed to be dragged into the 21st century, so I bought the Galaxy Tab 2 for him, since it also has a good reputation. Well, I am the one using it, and I really like it!! It's the first tablet for either of us, so I can't compare it with anything else, but it's so versatile. It's a wonderful computer substitute away from home.
I bought SEVERAL of these at a reasonable price --- I cannot afford the NEW ones --- for rejuvinational purposes.
I hook them up to the annodes on either side of my blue-green neck (see my profile photo) to keep myself going.
As you can see... children PLAY with me again! Highly recommended by ME... and my master.
I'm totally disappointed with everyone that has written a negative review here in retaliation for the author's testimony in the Jodi Arias trial. THIS IS BULLYING! And it shows that you can sink to incredible depths. You may not agree with what the author is testifying to, you may have some strong opinions regarding Jodi Arias, but let's face it, Jodi's fate is in the hands of the jury. Bullying those that are called to testify will get you no where.