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Aloe Vera Forte Plus Antiperspirant Spray

Aloe Vera Forte Plus Antiperspirant Spray

One of our most popular antiperspirant, SweatStop Aloe Vera Forte Plus antiperspirant spray is stronger for more persistent or heavy sweating. Suitable for the underarms and other areas where the skin is not sensitive.

"Yes it really does work!"

    • Forte Plus
    Body Areas:
    • Under Arms
    • Back

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    Regular price £23.40

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    • Aqua, Alcohol Denat,
    • Aluminium Chloride
    • Isopropyl Alcohol
    • PEG/PPG-25/25 Dimethicone
    • Aloe Barbadensis Extract,
    • Panthenol,
    • Allantoin,
    • Glyceryl Laurate,
    • Propylene Glycol,
    • Camphor Oil,
    • Sodium Hydroxide,
    • Disodium Edta,
    • Phenethyl Alcohol,
    • Farnesol,
    • Ascorbic Acid,
    • Sodium Benzonate,
    • Citric Acid
    • 1x Spray
    • at Night
    • before Bed
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    Why choose the SweatStop® Aloe Vera Forte Plus Antiperspirant? Here's why it stands out:

    • Powerful Protection: Forte Plus offers enhanced sweat control, perfect for combating even the toughest sweat challenges.

    • Soothing Aloe Vera: Infused with Aloe Vera, it nourishes and soothes your skin, providing relief while keeping you dry and comfortable.

    • Long-lasting Freshness: Its advanced formula ensures all-day protection against sweat and odor, allowing you to stay confidently fresh from morning till night.

    • Gentle on Skin: Despite its strength, Aloe Vera Forte Plus remains gentle on your skin.

    • Versatile Use: Whether it's underarms, back, chest and groin, Aloe Vera Forte Plus offers versatile protection, ensuring you're covered wherever sweat strikes.

    Don't settle for ordinary antiperspirants. Elevate your sweat protection game with Sweat Stop Aloe Vera Forte Plus Antiperspirant Spray and experience the difference it makes in your daily comfort and confidence.

    Product FAQ

    What is the best way to use antiperspirant?

    Antiperspirants are best applied at night-time to clean dry, sweat-free skin. It can be washed off in the morning and then can be reapplied but the night time application is considered the most effective.

    If the skin is wet then it will cause irritation.

    How do antiperspirants work?

    The precise way they work is not known but it is thought that the metals in the antiperspirant mix with the sugars in the sweat and cause the tubes leading form the sweat glands beneath the skin to be blocked.

    Which Antiperspirant strength should I choose?

    We understand that excessive sweating is a serious issue, but we approach it with a hint of humour as we help you find the right solution. Laughter can be a valuable tool in facing tough challenges, and we're here to offer our expertise and a friendly smile to support you along the way.

    Sweatstop antiperspirants - your arsenal against sweatocalypse!

    With four strength levels, we've got you covered whether you're facing a light sprinkle or a full-blown downpour. Because when it comes to battling perspiration, we believe in being over-prepared rather than underdressed!

    Lost in the sweaty wilderness? Fear not! Consult our whimsical guide below to uncover the perfect strength for your perspiration predicament

    SweatStop Strength Body Area Exercise Intensity Dampness of Clothes I Sweat...
    Sensitive Face, Under Arm Casual stroll/light exercise Clothes feeling lightly damp, like the aftermath of a brief drizzle Like a marathon runner in a hot tub
    Forte Under arms, Body, Head, Back Moderate exercise Clothes feeling moderately damp, like walking through a light rain shower Like a snowman in summer
    Forte Plus Under arms, Body, Back High-intensity exercise Clothes feeling noticeably damp, like walking through a rainstorm Like a bear in the Sahara
    Forte Max Hands, Feet Extreme exercise Clothes are thoroughly soaked, like getting caught in a torrential downpour Like a popsicle in the desert

    what is the best way to apply antiperspirants?

    To get the best results from an antiperspirant, you should apply it at night-time (prior to bed) to clean, dry skin so that it can work overnight when sweating is at its least.

    If your skin is wet when applying an antiperspirant, it might cause burning and discomfort.

    You should apply the antiperspirant every evening for the first week or two, then it usually only needs to be applied every few days to keep your sweating under control.

    SweatStop® antiperspirants are very well tolerated by the skin

    The dermatological test was conducted by the limited company DERMATEST® GmbH. All products were rated "very good on skin". No adverse effects were to be found on any of the 30 subjects.

    DERMATEST® GmbH, has been conducting tests and clinically controlled medical evaluations of the skin on products of the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industry for over 25 years. They offer a large spectrum of various testing for the determination of product compatibilities and for attestations of effectiveness of cosmetic ingredients.

    Dermatest Certificate