Having good “climbing skin” is as important to climbers as having good tires for NASCAR drivers.
If you need something other than regular chalk, and the occasional dab of liquid chalk, then the Antihydral is an option. ANTIHYDRAL SPRAY is the liquid variant of Antihydral. Antihydral is an extreme, skin-drying agent from Germany that is used for overly sweaty hands (and feet).
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- Without soluble aluminum salts like most antiperspirants in the market
- Colorless, silicone-free, gluten-free, and lactose-free
- Scented with natural sage oil (Salvia hispanica lavandulifolia oil).
- Used as an antiperspirant on oozing skin on the feet, especially between the toes, but also for hand perspiration to prevent moisture and moisture on the skin
- E.g. feet, genital and groin area, and armpits
- The spray is invisible (very slightly whitish) and can be sprayed on hairy, hairless and shaved skin areas.
- Spray once or several times a day, as often as needed on damp and sweaty skin areas (e.g. armpits, feet, hands) from a distance of approx. 15 cm and let it dry.
- Personal deodorants and fragrances can also be applied in combination with Antihydral spray.
Aqua, Isopropyl alcohol, Salvia lavandulifolia herb oil (contains D-Limonene, Linalool), Methenamine.
CAUTION - Don't spray on your face, breast, or eyes.