3 Products to Help Combat Sweaty Feet

If you suffer from excessively sweaty feet (hyperhidrosis), you know how uncomfortable it can be. When your feet sweat a lot, it can lead to unwanted smells and even painful blisters. Luckily, there are products on the market that can help. Aluminum sesquichlorohydrate is an active ingredient found in sweat-stopping foot lotions to temporarily block the sweat glands. Another option is using a powder that absorbs the sweat to control any wetness and reduce odors. Ahead, with the aforementioned information in mind, we rounded up some of the best products to combat sweaty feet. Read on to shop them all.

1. Carpe Antiperspirant Foot Lotion

In addition to a powerful antiperspirant agent, this lotion also contains natural eucalyptus oil and other ingredients to moisturize the foot without any greasiness.

Pros: It comes as a pack of one, two, or three bottles, and you can choose an option that includes an applicator.

Cons: Some may prefer a bigger tube.

Carpe Antiperspirant Foot Lotion
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2. Sweat Block Antiperspirant Lotion

This lotion contains a high percentage of the active antiperspirant ingredient as well as aloe vera gel, which is known for its skin-soothing effects.

Pros: You can buy it in a two-pack or bundle option that includes one tube and a box of 10 sweat wipes.

Cons: Some may find this formula to be a tad greasy.

SweatBlock Antiperspirant Lotion
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3. Dr. Scholl's Odor-X Foot Powder

This powder option features SweatMAX technology that absorbs sweat and controls wetness to eliminate embarrassing foot odor.

Pros: It comes as a multi-pack with three sizeable bottles that should last you awhile. It has a very mild scent.

Cons: It may be a bit messy.

Dr. Scholl's Odor-Fighting Odor-X Foot Powder
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