Originally Posted by visionology
Certain-Dri does work, I use it. You can get it cheap online too at drugstore.com. It is OTC so no prescription needed. Drysol on the other hand I believe needs a prescription. It is an unscented anti-perspirant however there is a smell from something in the formula, perhaps the high level of aluminum?
I use the certain-dri at night every few days (which is enough). Then I put on a deoderant in the morning such as Mitchum just to smell lovely. The box says you don't need to use a deoderant in the morning because with no sweat you won't smell, however the first few times you use a product such as Certain-Dri you may get some minor drippage. Takes a few times to really work.
If you don't believe that it works read the reviews on drugstore.com, hundreds swear by it. A similar product but more expensive and harder to find (except online) is Maxim. Does the exact same thing.
I like one called Odaban, from www.odaban.com
, better. Lasts longer, stings less, more powerful, and it is in a spray bottle, so it never leaks.