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ODABAN® is very easy to use: its versatile pump spray provides precise application to all parts of the face and body, avoiding the risk of over-application, which is one of the key reasons other products can fail to help. The active ingredient in ODABAN® produces partial-poral plugs, which in turn create a drying effect on the skin without blocking the sweat glands. Silicone is also included to help protect the skin from dehydration and spread the formulation more evenly. One application of ODABAN® can last for up to seven days making it one of the most impressive solutions on the market for excessive sweating.

Within a few days, most individuals will find they are getting the protection they have been looking for because ODABAN® regulates the rate of sweating, leading to drier skin, reduced odour issues, unsightly sweat stains as well as painful chafing. Simply apply sparingly at bed time, when the skin is at its driest and wash off the treated area the next morning. ODABAN® is 100% free of perfumes and allergy inducing ingredients therefore it can be used over most areas of the body.

Long-term Odaban user, Katy Fuentes, comments: "Now I don't have to worry about facing people one-to-one or being in public with wet hair or a sweaty face. Odaban totally changed my life…I recommend it to everyone.”

So what’s to sweat about when ODABAN® is on hand to beat it this summer?

ODABAN® is available from and leading Pharmacies, RRP £10.49.

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