Driclor roll-on

  • Driclor Solution has been specifically formulated to treat excessive perspiration. It works by forming a gel matrix in the effected sweat glands, which reduces and eventually stops the flow of sweat.
  • Excess sweat is reabsorbed into the body and disposed of in the normal way. Within just a few weeks of using Driclor Solution, excessive perspiration should disappear and sufferers should feel cool and dry.
  • Driclor anti-perspirant roll on is suitable for use on all skin types and by anyone for whom traditional anti-perspirants are inadequate.



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What is Driclor Roll-on?

Driclor Roll-on Solution contains a medicine called aluminium chloride. This works as a strong anti-perspirant used in the treatment of hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) affecting the armpits, feet and hands.

Everyone sweats (perspires) to some extent,especially when it is hot, but some people sweat and become wet and sticky even under normal conditions. Embarrassment, stress and tension can make this problem worse. If you suffer from excessive sweating, to the point that your quality of life is affected or you feel self-conscious or embarrassed, Driclor could be helpful for you.

Driclor is a clear liquid available in bottle of 75ml. It is fragrance-free and doesn’t leave white marks.

Visit Hyperhidrosis UK for more information on available treatments.

How does Driclor work?

Driclor antiperspirant contains aluminium chloride hexahydrate which works as a strong antiperspirant and blocks the sweat glands.
When you apply Driclor and leave it to dry, it When you wash Driclor off, the sweat glands remain blocked and won’t produce any sweat until the natural skin shedding process unblocks the glands again.

How do you use Driclor?

Always use Driclor roll on as directed by your doctor or pharmacist. When you start using Driclor you

should use it once a day, applying it at night when the sweat glands are least active. Eventually you may be able to cut down to using it twice a week or less.

Only use Driclor Roll-on on your skin and avoid getting it in your eyes or mouth. If you’re breastfeeding, make sure you wash all traces of Driclor off your breasts before feeding.

How to apply Driclor:

Ensure the area to be treated is completely dry before use to avoid skin burning and irritation.

When you first start using Driclor Roll-on, you should use it once a day, last thing at night just before you go to bed. This is because your sweat glands are least active at this time. This should stop you sweating during the day.

When sweating has stopped during the day,you may be able to cut down to using Driclor Roll-on twice a week or less.

Driclor can stain clothes, so make sure it is dry before getting dressed. You should also avoid getting it on any jewellery or metal surfaces.

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Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis)

Excessive sweating is common and can affect the whole body or just certain areas. Sometimes it gets better with age but there are things you can do and treatments that can help.

Excessive sweating can happen for no obvious reason, because of another condition you may have or as a side effect of medication you’re taking.

Things you can do to help with excessive sweating


wear loose-fitting clothes to minimise signs of sweating wear socks that absorb moisture and change your socks at least twice a day if possible wear leather shoes and try to wear different shoes day to day


do not wear tight clothes or man-made fabrics

for example, nylon do not wear enclosed boots or sports shoes that may cause your feet to sweat more do not do things that might make your sweating worse

for example, drinking alcohol or eating spicy food

Treating severe excessive sweating If there’s no obvious cause for your sweating, and nothing seems to be helping, then you may be referred to a specialist (dermatologist).

Visit Hyperhidrosis UK for more information on available treatments.

Side Effects

Like all medicines, Driclor can cause side effects, although not everyone will experience them. The most common side effects of Driclor are:

Irritation around the area of application including itching and stinging

Swelling where you applied Driclor

Rash and redness at the site of application

For a full list of Driclor side effects, please see the patient information leaflet.

Further Information

For the patient information leaflet