How QBREXZA works:

THE SCIENCE OF SWEAT

Sweat is simply your body’s way of cooling off. The glands that produce sweat under the arms are activated by chemical substances called neurotransmitters.

Illustration of a sweat pore and sweat gland to help demonstrate what happens when chemical substances called neurotransmitters activate sweat glands, causing excessive underarm sweating to occur.

When everything is running smoothly, sweat will regulate your body’s temperature in the event that you begin to overheat due to a number of factors, including physical activity, climate, or even anxiety.

But the over-activation of these nerves results in excessive sweat production. And sometimes that will lead to sweating for no reason at all.

How QBREXZA® (glycopyrronium) cloth reduces sweat

Learn how excessive underarm sweating happens and how glycopyrronium can help control it.

QBREXZA targets the sweat glands to reduce excessive underarm sweating.

A single QBREXZA cloth towelette is pre-moistened with 2.4% glycopyrronium solution. When wiped once under the arm, the solution enters the affected area to inhibit neurotransmitters on the sweat glands, reducing the amount of sweat produced.

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Aluminum-free

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Non-invasive

(Doesn’t require a procedure or injection)

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Plus, you can continue using antiperspirants*

*QBREXZA does not replace your antiperspirant or deodorant. Ask your doctor about when to use an antiperspirant or deodorant.

Only a doctor can diagnose excessive underarm sweating. So, speak with your doctor about what you’ve been experiencing; then ask if QBREXZA is right for you.

Woman looking at camera holding the QBREXZA packet for excessive underarm sweating, known as primary axillary hyperhidrosis. Woman looking at camera holding the QBREXZA packet for excessive underarm sweating, known as primary axillary hyperhidrosis.

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