Axiron Application

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Ron Says:


All The Axiron Literature Says To Apply It Only Underarms. Why? Doesn't Other Skin Areas Absorb the liquid?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Ron! How are you?

The skin there is generally thinner, so more will be absorbed and that is also a safer place to use it in order to prevent its transfer to other people, since it can cause problems for women and children.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Ron Johnson Says:

So the concern is contact with other people. Not so much that it is unsafe for the user to apply it anywhere. Am I understanding that correctly?

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Michael Says:

Started using Axiron July 30th, waiting for arm pits to dry after putting it on blows. Since it's an alcohol based product, and I decided to dry my pits after showering, then applying the T. Much easier this way. It dries completely, then I put my deodorant on. I'm not worried about cross contaminating my deodorant. I'm the only one who uses it, and I typically only use deodorant once a day, at the same times. Haven't noticed any changes yet, negative or positive.

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mtf1120 Says:

Why can't I just apply it behind the knees as it is thin there too. I have no worries of transferring any to someone, as I live alone. Reason I'm asking is because from using it in the armpit area it has been kinda raw or a burning sensation on one armpit. I'm going to try behind the knees

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Scott Says:
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Michael, this is exactly what I do. Plus I have trimmed my armpit hair for better application.

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Scott Says:
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Curious if you have found any benefits with applying Axiron to other sites of the body, instead of armpits? I recently tried the taint and have had some pleasing benefits. Especially with regards to my libido. Thanks.

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Frank Says:
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I’ve been using Axiron for years. I quickly became frustrated because of odor. I’m not a person that typically stinks when my underarms sweat, unless I’ve used Axiron. I’ve been using alternative locations for over a year now with no ill or untoward effect.

I use two doses per day. One in the morning and one at bedtime.

I apply to the perineum and to the crease between the upper thigh and abdomen. No odor. No problems. May sting a little for about 30 seconds.

I’m careful to not apply when I’m likely to have intercourse.

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Frank Says:
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Re: Scott (# 6)

That’s where I put it as well. No adverse issues.

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