Tuesday, March 28, 2017

He should be using our advanced Dry Body Clinical Antiperspirant Wipes so he can withstand the congressional pressure.Kleinert's makes the most advanced antiperspirant that will actually keep you dry and confident for up to seven days.It is even waterproof through showering.

Remember, we also make dress shields, garment shields, undershirts, underwear and sports clothes that keep you dry and comfortable!

Tuesday, February 7, 2017


We at Kleinert's take great pride in offering the best products possible. Recently, we added some new materials which will provide much greater sweat absorbency and a quicker dry out so you stay dryer for longer and they are actually more comfortable to boot.

Please check out our dress shields from this link; http://www.kleinerts.com/Dress-Shields.php
and our garment shields here; http://www.kleinerts.com/Garment-Shields.php

Tuesday, January 17, 2017


We have significantly improved our Ultra disposable underarm pads. We are now in stock with a more absorbent disposable pad with polymer for fast absorption and fast drying features.I also is extremely thin with an increased grippy adhesive to secure it for all day wear. Look for style #U-4903 or U-4900 on our website. http://www.kleinerts.com/ultra-disposable-underarm-pads-for-menandwomen.html

Additionally, we are in stock with 2 disposable underarm pads for women and girls.These are

Style#: W-4903CS Contoured Pads (24 Shields)
For Light to Moderate Sweating


Style#: W-4903PCS  Petite, Contoured Pads Size (24 Shields)
For Light to Moderate Sweating

These are smaller in size to fit girls or women but with added adhesive to assure an all day placement so never have to worry about falling off like other disposable pads

                            We are confident that you will like these new offerings.

Tuesday, December 27, 2016


In addition to our regular line of (5 star) Duralite waterproof underwear, we will be adding a a new snug fit option. This will make the garment even more waterproof at the leg openings and prevent the chance of any leakage.We will be adding a wider braided elastic which will ensure a snugger yet comfortable fit.

 This addition is because some of you asked and we listened and responded.
We will keep you informed as to when this new line will be available.

   Here is a link to our advanced Duralite waterproof incontinence underwear:     http://www.kleinerts.com/productdetail.php?prod=d1000-#.WGJ28VMrLmE

Monday, December 26, 2016


We wish you and your family a wonderful 2017. We appreciate your patronage and look forward to serving you in the new year.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Hyperhidrosis Is More Common, Severe, and Socially Crippling than Scientists Realized

Hyperhidrosis More Common, Severe, and Socially Crippling than Scientists Realize

A new research published in Archives of Dermatological Research shows that hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) is more prevalent, severe, and socially debilitatingthan previously reported.
We already knew this and you probably did, too, but having data reported in a medical journal both affirms and further empowers our advocacy work. This sort of news garners the attention of more healthcare providers (to make diagnosis and treatment a priority) and more treatment developers (to provide patients with additional options).
The research was conducted by Brickell Biotech and Burke Healthcare with collaboration from the International Hyperhidrosis Society, and hyperhidrosis community members like you!
As part of the study more than 8,000 people participated in an online survey regarding their experiences with excessive sweating.

The results show:

• Approximately 4.8% of the U.S. population, or 15.3 million Americans, live with severe excessive sweating.
• About 75% of those with excessive sweating say the condition has had negative impacts on their social life, sense of well-being, and emotional and mental health.
• Only about half of those (49%) suffering from hyperhidrosis have discussed their condition with a healthcare provider, either because they don’t realize excessive sweating is a medical condition or because they don’t believe that treatment options exist.
• 53% of those who do see a healthcare provider about their excessive sweating are not diagnosed!
Previous (2004) research had found that 2.8% of Americans experience hyperhidrosis. The new study results put that prevalence number much higher – at 4.8%.
Similar to other studies, the researchers found that excessive sweating causes major limitations in work and social relationships, physical and leisure activities, and impairments in emotional and mental health.

For example:

• 85% percent of respondents agreed that excessive sweating is embarrassing
• 71% reported that sweating caused anxiety
• 35% stated they sacrificed many important things in their lives because of excessive sweating.
“When you’re worried about hiding your sweating, you limit your experiences and you aren’t getting joy out of life,” says Sophia Wastler, a trailblazing entrepreneur (check out her Starz Programwho has been living with hyperhidrosis since she was in elementary school. Sophia has been a tireless advocate for the International Hyperhidrosis Society for nearly a decade -- fundraising, raising awareness, and attesting that effective hyperhidrosis treatment from a compassionate and knowledgeable physician, Dr David Pariser, changed her life. 
“The results of this study are significant because it shows that the number of people in the U.S. who are living with this debilitating condition is nearly double previous estimates,” says Patricia Walker, MD, PhD, President and Chief Scientific Officer, Brickell Biotech, and one of the authors of the study. "Not only is the prevalence much higher than previously thought, but there is a clear and urgent need for greater awareness of hyperhidrosis and its treatment options among medical professionals and those living with the condition.”
“People living with hyperhidrosis must not only live with its very visible symptoms but they also have to deal with the anxiety and social stigma associated with excessive sweating, which can be debilitating to their daily lives” says Lisa J. Pieretti, Co-Founder and Executive Director, of the International Hyperhidrosis Society.“It’s high time that the broader medical community learn more about hyperhidrosis so that they can properly diagnose it and then help their patients manage the symptoms.”
“People with excessive sweating should absolutely speak with their primary care doctor or a dermatologist about their condition; no one should suffer alone,” says David Pariser, MD, Co-Founder and Board Member of the IHHS and a beloved world-renowned expert in hyperhidrosis. “There’s a great deal of exciting research in hyperhidrosis treatment right now and I believe that patients will have more safe, effective and convenient treatment options available to them in the coming years.”