Prosthetic Guides — Editor Pick
Posted by Bryan Potok on
Antiperspirants are designed to reduce and prevent perspiration on the surface of the skin. Some antiperspirants are specifically manufactured for amputees, designed for use on your limb and to prevent sweat build-up inside your socket. Antiperspirants work by temporarily blocking sweat ducts with aluminum compounds, which reduces perspiration and, to some extent, the odor that often goes with it.
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