Excessive head and face sweating is called craniofacial hyperhidrosis. It occurs when your sweat glands are overactive and produce more.
Excessive facial sweating can be embarrassing and hard to deal with, but options that can be used to reduce symptoms and stop the sweat.
Systemic medications (prescription medicines taken by mouth called anticholinergics) may also be used to treat facial sweating. But because of their side effects.
While there isn't a sure-fire cure for hyperhidrosis, there are tips and treatments that can provide relief from forehead and facial sweating.
Burning sensation. Irritated skin. If these occur, be sure to tell your dermatologist. Changing how you use the antiperspirant can reduce these side effects.