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DSE Healthcare Solutions has formulated new Certain Dri A.M. Underarm Refresher specifically for those consumers who suffer from "hyperhidrosis" (excessive perspiration) of the underarm, the company announces May 30. People suffering from hyperhidrosis "will sweat for no apparent reason or when a stressful situation occurs, like a wedding, exam, job interview or presentation," DSE states. The new product can be used to complement use of Certain Dri Anti-Persperant. "The two products used together offer maximized results - one for the morning and one for night use - as part of a complete and effective system for battling excessive perspiration and maintaining a fresh, clean scent all day"...

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