Say goodbye to embarrassing sweat marks!
Dab on a SweatBlock antiperspirant wipe before bed, stay dry and confident for days.
Sweat Less. Live More.
Just one application of our 100% safe, clinical antiperspirant keeps you confident and dry for up to 7-days.* We worry about sweat, so you don’t have to.
Safely and effectively treat hyperhidrosis and excessive sweating. The SweatBlock formula uses verified pure, FDA-compliant ingredients that give you results you can count on - without surgery, needles, or expensive prescriptions.
SweatBlock was born in 2004 when Scott Steffensen, a renowned Ph.D., researcher, and professor struggled to find a solution for his own excessive sweat problem.
Taking matters into his own hands, he developed the SweatBlock anti-sweat wipe. It was so effective at stopping sweat, he only had to apply once a week. Now, he's sharing this sweat-blocking secret with you.
Real People. Real Results.
Don't take our word for it . . .
"It was so free-ing! I could lift my arms above my head and wear t-shirts without having to cover up with a jacket."
"It literally changed my life!"
"I feel confident. I feel great.
My wife loves it."
"It takes seconds of your time
and lasts a whole week."
SweatBlock is a clinical strength antiperspirant developed to reduce excessive underarm sweating. SweatBlock is made with aluminum chloride, which is stronger than what's found with over-the-counter antiperspirants. It works by blocking the sweat glands... hence the name "Sweat Block". When applied to skin, the SweatBlock formula goes into the ducts of the sweat glands, makes them swell, and prevents the sweat from escaping. The end result... dry underarms and dry shirts.
Yes. SweatBlock is specifically designed to treat hyperhidrosis and profuse sweating. 7 out of 10 customers report a dramatic reduction in sweat when using SweatBlock. In fact, if SweatBlock can’t help you, we’ll gladly refund your hard earned $$$ and refer you to other treatments that might be helpful (and unfortunately much more invasive and expensive).
Yes, SweatBlock is safe. It was developed by a doctor and is one of the most recommended OTC treatments for excessive sweating. The SweatBlock formula follows all FDA guidelines for an OTC clinical antiperspirant. There has been no correlation between the use of antiperspirants containing aluminum chloride and the occurrence of breast cancer or alzheimers.
Yes, Aluminum is the active ingredient in SweatBlock (and other antiperspirants) that actually does the sweat blocking. Some people worry about aluminum and its potential health risks. But contrary to popular belief, aluminum is NOT linked to cancer or alzheimers.
Don’t take our word for it, check out the studies from the American Cancer Society and the American Alheizheimer’s Association.
Yes. But SweatBlock is very strong and can cause irritation if not used correctly. It's always best to test on a small area of skin before full application. SweatBlock also contains botanical extracts, vitamin E, and other ingredients to reduce the likelihood of irritation. It is common for irritation to subside with regular usage.
Yes. If you want added fragrance and freshness, you can use a daily deodorant with SweatBlock. Just remember to apply SweatBlock at night and your deodorant in the morning. Do not apply them together. For best results, try SweatBlock Daily Deodorant.
** SweatBlock was originally developed for underarm sweat control, but many of our customers report success when using SweatBlock to stop sweat on other body areas like hands, feet, face, back and neck. However, these individual results are not guaranteed for every person. For this reason our 100-day guarantee only applies to underarm use.
For most, SweatBlock is a once-a-week application. First time SweatBlock users may need to apply 3-4 days in a row to get the desired results and then apply weekly or as needed.
Using a wipe allows you to hyper-target the treatment areas on your body with just the right amount of SweatBlock formula. It can also reduce the irritation caused by the “rubbing-in” and agitation that is common with stronger antiperspirants.