The purpose of sweating
Primarily, sweating helps to regulate body heat. On average, humans have a body temperature of 37°C.
Various influences on body temperature, such as the outside temperature, the stresses and strains on the body mean that the regulatory mechanism controlling the body's temperature has to be precise. Sweating is a watery secretion of the skin. The composition of sweat changes according to the body's mineral content; when the body releases liquid (sweat) onto the body's surface, this cools the skin.
Without us doing anything, the nervous system controls how much sweat is released anywhere on the skin. If the nervous system malfunctions this could lead to excessive sweating. This condition is also known as Hyperhidrosis.
The areas below are prone to sweating:

- Armpits,

- Hands

- Feet

- Forehead and neck

- Chest

- Back

- Belly

- Buttocks

- Forarm

- Folds of skin


Our products naturally close up the pores in the middle and upper skin layers. It works after the first application and reduces excess sweating by between 80% and 100%.
The body still has enough other evaporation areas, so your well-being will not be affected. The product is only used externally and, in most cases, using it once a week is enough to ensure that the products are optimally effective. Dermatest results: Test on primary skin irritation and allergic hypersensitivity on human subjects Responsible for the study: Dr. med. Werner Voss - Specialist for dermatology and allergology

PRODUCTS AHC20 classic, AHC20 sensitive, AHC30 forte
Results: "very good" (AHC20 classic, AHC20 sensitive, AHC30 forte) Test Panel: Thirty volunteers of either sex, without visible skin diseases or known allergic hypersensitivities Concentration of the product: undiluted OBJECTIVE The objective of the study was to detect a primary skin irritation potency and/or an allergic hypersensitivity to the tested product. Patch testing represents a sound, relatively safe and reasonable reliable method for identifying allergens.
METHODOLOGY The product to be tested is undiluted. The test patch is left in place for 24 hours then removed. The examination by the dermatologist followes. A second and third examination are performed after 48 and 72 hours by the dermatologist.
CONCLUSIONS Under the conditions of this test we found no evidence of primary irritation or allergic hypersensitivity. None of the 30 patch-tests resulted in positive reactions after 24, 48 and after 72 hours. The investigating specialist for dermatology and allergology considers this test-product safe for use.
Dermatest GmbH Dr. med. Werner Voss Facharzt für Dermatologie, Venerologie, Allergologie, Phlebologie und Umweltmedizin Engelstrasse 37 48143 Münster