Applied To Much Deorderant

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chad Says:
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Underarms are really red and rashed from to much deorderant what to put on it?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Chad! How are you feeling?

That's not a typical reaction from just using deodorant, even if you use too much. That sounds more like an allergic reaction, which may require medical attention.

Have you consulted your doctor?

If they say it's safe for you to take, just some over the counter Benadryl might help. The FDA classifies it as an antihistamine and it's very commonly used to treat allergic reactions. Its typical side effects may include dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and blurry vision.

You will also likely need to stop using the brand of deodorant. I have a couple that I can't use, so I've found one that works and generally stick with it and try not to switch.

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