Doctor Formulated Antiperspirant System

The MiracleDry® AM/PM System, doctor formulated by a PhD Doctor of Pharmaceutical Science, is a new approach to treating hyperhidrosis based on over 30 years of experience developing antiperspirant products and studying the causes of hyperhidrosis. Our unique "antiperspirant system" is comprised of two complimentary formulations that work together to stop excessive amounts of sweating:

These “active ingredients” are regularly prescribed by doctors and are the most effective agents for treating excessive sweating. The safety and efficacy of these ingredients have been validated by the FDA and by numerous studies conducted by leading health organizations and have also been endorsed by the International Hyperhidrosis Society.

Our proprietary formulas also contain a variety of other “inactive ingredients” that each play important roles in the treatment of excessive sweating such as soothing of skin, prevention of irritation and elimination of odor.

Complete product label information and detailed descriptions of all of our ingredients is as follows:

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Ingredient Purpose
PPG-11 Stearyl Ether Emollient to provide skin with soothing silky feel
Cyclomethicone Evaporative emollient to provide quick drying and to enable fast onset of sweat prevention
Steareth-2, 20, 21 Provides an emulsifying function which prevents the separation of the various ingredients
Isopropyl Myristate Emollient enables absorption of topical solution into the skin
Zinc Oxide Acts as a skin barrier, reduces acidity, prevents and heals skin irritation
Sodium Bicarbonate Serves a deodorizing function by neutralizing odor, reducing acidity and irritation
Aminoacetic Acid Reduces acidity, irritation and fabric damage
Aluminum Zirconium Octachlorohydrex Gly Unique active ingredient developed by our R&D team that prevents perspiration by blocking sweat glands
Aluminum Chloride Hexahydrate Unique special ingredient that is more mild yet prevents perspiration by closing sweat glands