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2 x Antihydral Cream for Climbers & Hyperhidrosis/Sweaty Hands etc — UK stock

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The thing to remember is that chalk is only useful in a dry state. Most of that on holds indoors is already moist and decreases friction. and on an extremely water-polished boulder on a river bed i once found that i had the best friction if i washed my hands with water, dry the excess off and start to climb with soft slightly moist skin.

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If you suffer from hyperhidrosis, you know how much of a nuisance it can be. You may sweat so much that your clothes are constantly damp, and you may have to change them several times a day. You may also find that your skin becomes irritated from the constant wetness. In extreme cases, hyperhidrosis can interfere with work or social activities. You should always have climbing tape on you when you go climbing. You don’t know when you might need it!

If you have drier skin, it’s easier to get a flapper, especially if you don’t take good care of your hands. If you have a callus, for example, and its outer surface is rougher because of your dry skin, it’s easier for it to get caught and torn. Something I was surprised to learn is that a large percentage of these climbers either have naturally amazing skin or spend a LOT of their time thinking about maintaining it. I know a few guys who, if you ask the question “How is climbing going?”, genuinely the FIRST thing they will do is look down at their hands and assess their skin. You can also use the h tape method, perfect after pulley straining (annular ligaments of fingers). It adds structural support to the finger and helps the pulley recover. In our case, it’s just a convenient way to tape flappers on your fingers if you want to keep climbing.

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Here you want to get yourself a nice file, pumice stone, or piece of sandpaper and try to file this away so your skin is nice and uniform again.

It is important to use antihydral cream exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Do not use it more often than prescribed or for longer than recommended. Apply the cream to the affected areas of skin as directed by your doctor. Do not apply the cream to broken or irritated skin.

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The skin can heal nicely on its own, and faster than you think, as long as you provide it with the necessary conditions. As the legend goes, this salve was initially created and distributed in Joshua Tree’s Hidden Valley Campground. The positive response from climbers suffering from hands torn up by Joshua Tree’s notoriously coarse granite proved Joshua Tree Climbing Slave’s effectiveness. However, the salve is extremely greasy, and this greatly limits when and where it can be applied, mitigating its effectiveness, and thus this balm is a runner up for best climbing balm and salve.


While antihydral cream is an effective treatment option for many people with excessive sweating, it may not be right for everyone. Talk to your healthcare provider about whether this medication is appropriate for you and if there are other treatment options that may be more suitable based on your individual needs and medical history. Benefits Of Using Antihydral Cream Now maybe you're thinking: "but won't my sweat wash the cream off anyway?" In short, yes. Specially on the first days when you're still sweating a lot, you will sweat, some cream will come off onto your bed sheets and whatnot (don't worry, they come off with water). This is not ideal so on the first days of my treatment I slept with a fan in front of my hands so I wouldn't sweat the cream off. As you stop sweating within a few days, this stops being a problem.

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