Safe and natural way to control hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating, mainly for hands, feet, armpits).

Quickest way to reclaim your life, confidence, and freedom (from social anxiety & embarrassment).

100% Aluminum free, our safe, effective, and fast-absorbing topical Creda-Fresh products come in 3 forms:

1. Lotion to powder, apply to dry feet daily before leaving the house, and before bedtime.

2. Liquid Spray, spray on dry hands and armpits, throughout the day.

3. Soaking Salt, for foot soaking nightly, for long-term support.


Dr. Connor Mai, DPM, is a licensed foot and ankle specialist currently practicing in Orange County, California.  After graduating from New York College of Podiatric Medicine (NYCPM) in June, 2006, Dr. Connor Mai completed his clinical and surgical residency program at Palo Alto VA Healthcare System in June, 2009.  Over the years, Dr. Connor Mai has dedicated his work to various lower extremity pathologies, including trauma/sports injuries, foot and ankle reconstructive surgeries, and diabetic foot infections/wound care.

Frequently Asked Questions

Creda-Fresh products are antiperspirants, not just deodorants, even though our plant-based ingredients also neutralize body odors while reducing excessive sweating. Therefore, Creda-Fresh can easily function both as an antiperspirant and a deodorant. Other deodorants typically don’t reduce or prevent excessive sweating.

The cause of primary hyperhidrosis is still not well understood.It is thought that increased stimulation of the eccrine sweat glands is likely the reason for increased sweating rather than the high number or size of the glands.Some metabolic or systemic diseases can sometimes cause hyperhidrosis, but most cases occur in healthy people. Genetic factors also play a role.But activities, heat, emotions, and physical stress often trigger hyperhidrosis.

No, you cannot catch hyperhidrosis from someone.It is an internal issue where certain nerves tell the body when to
sweat.It’s possible that these nerves over-react, causing excessive sweating. Hyperhidrosis is not a disease, that you can contract from someone or spread to someone else.

There’s no definitive cure for hyperhidrosis. However, help is available and treatment has shown to significantly reduce excessive sweating, especially with an established daily routine use of effective topical products.It’s not a one-time fix-all remedy, but rather a regular, but quick and easy regimen.

Yes there are complications, but hyperhidrosis usually doesn’t pose a serious
threat to your health. Hyperhidrosis increases the risk of fungal infection, especially on the feet, causing a condition called athlete’s foot.Excessive sweating can also lead to skin conditions, such as warts, boils, frequent
pimples, including cystic acne. Eczema can also be made worse by excessive sweating.