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EDISON, N.J. DSE Healthcare Solutions, the makers of Certain Dri Anti-Perspirant, has developed new Certain Dri FEET Moisture Control Pads and Certain Dri FEET Microsponge Powder.
When used together, the products promise to offer maximized results forcontrolling foot perspiration and odor.
The new Certain Dri FEET Moisture Control Pads contain 12 percent aluminum chloride to control excess foot moisture. Certain Dri FEET Moisture Control Pads should be applied at bedtime and are designed to be used in conjunction with the Certain Dri FEET Microsponge Powder as a morning supplement product for added protection against odor throughout the day.
According to DSE Healthcare Solutions, a new national survey showed that 1-in-3 adults report that their foot perspiration is a problem, and of this group, three-quarters also battle foot odor. While it is possible to have foot perspiration without odor, or foot odor without the issue of perspiration, there seems to be a strong relationship between the two for upwards of 70 million people in the United States.