Dermadoctor MED e TATE: Product Review
by Martina Gonzalez
Everybody sweats—some more than others. Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, can be embarrassing and difficult to control. Dermadoctor MED e Tate offers handy, single-use wipes to help keep you dry and comfortable all day long.
What is Dermadoctor MED e TATE?
Dermadoctor MED e TATE are pre-moistened, single-use wipes that you can carry with you anywhere to fight sweating as soon as it starts. Each wipe contains antiperspirant technology to counteract sweating on contact. Dermadoctor claims that the ingredients in MED e TATE even rival the anti-sweating benefits of Botox injections.
How does Dermadoctor MED e TATE work?
Hyperhidrosis is an uncomfortable condition that affects 3% of Americans. People who have hyperhidrosis will find themselves sweating profusely even when they are relaxed and inactive. The sweating commonly occurs on the face, underarms, soles of the feet, under the breasts, cleavage, and groin. While MED e TATE uses antiperspirant ingredients designed to fight the intensity of hyperhidrosis, MED e TATE wipes are also useful for people without hyperhidrosis who experience occasional sweating. Take the wipes with you to the gym, on dates, or before nerve-wracking presentations. Dermadoctor also claims that MED e TATE can help decrease the appearance of fine lines.
The active ingredient in Dermadoctor MED e TATE is the newest, most effective antiperspirant on the market: Aluminum Zirconium Tetrachlorohydrex Gly (AZG). AZG works by closing the pores to prevent the production of sweat. It also absorbs moisture. MED e TATE contains a very high concentration of AZG (19%) to compete with prescription-grade medications. It also contains gamma-Aminobutyric acid (GABA), an ingredient that encourages the skin to resist sweating altogether.
Where do I find Dermadoctor MED e TATE?
Dermadoctor MED e TATE can be found at specialty beauty stores like Sephora, as well as some department store cosmetic counters. For $48, you get 30 individually packaged wipes.
Risks and Side Effects of Dermadoctor MED e TATE
Dermadoctor MED e TATE has a lot of innovative ingredients. Inevitably, the high-potency of these ingredients pose a risk for dryness, rashes, redness, inflammation, breakouts, and other forms of skin irritation.
Beyond Dermadoctor MED e TATE
Dermadoctor MED e TATE is designed to treat your sweat once it’s already there—not prevent it from ever forming at all. Botox has been proven to be an effective and preventative treatment for hyperhidrosis. And if you’re looking for a serious solution to get rid of your wrinkles, then MED e TATE probably isn’t the answer. Artefill and Dysport are age-defying dermal fillers that help treat fine lines. If you’d like to talk more about treating hyperhidrosis or fine lines, we can schedule you a free consultation with an experienced doctor in your area.
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