Botox®has been used for several years with an almost 100% success rate for treating excessive armpit sweating, also known as Hyperhydrosis.
- Excessive cosmetic sweating is defined as sweating in excess of the normal needs of the body.
- Botox Therapy is a highly effective, safe treatment for localized excessive sweating, with an almost 100% success rate
Botox for Sweating FAQ’s
What is Hyperhydrosis?
Sweating or perspiration in excess of the normal needs of the body. This can be socially crippling, embarrassing, restrict clothing choice and destroy clothes.
Primary sweating is not due to any particular underlying reason, and can be seen as excessive sweating in the palms, feet, underarms, face and/or scalp. There is often a family history of excessive sweating. Sweating usually affects both sides, and is less at night than during the day. Most people with excessive sweating have Primary Hyperhydrosis.
Secondary Hyperhydrosis is a result of an underlying medical condition such as infection, endocrine disorders, metabolic disorders, cancers, neurological conditions, spinal cord injuries, cardiovascular disorders, respiratory disorders, anxiety and stress. The treatment of Secondary Hyperhydrosis requires treatment of the underlying problem or cause, although sometimes Botox can be helpful in treating the symptoms if advised by their GP.
Primary Hyperhydrosis is thought to affect around 3-10% of the population, ranging in age from teenagers to 50+. Effective treatment of excess sweating can be life-changing for those affected.
How can you help with Hyperhydrosis?
Botox® reduces localized excessive sweating by approx 80% on avarage, bringing your problem sweating back to normal. This short simple procedure is well tolerated and has no downtime. Results last on average about 6-12 months and can often last longer with repeated treatments – most people plan for treatment about once a year. We presently have an excellent success rate in reducing localized excessive sweating with Botox® treatments.
Where else can I use Botox?
Wrinkle relaxers can be used cosmetically for gummy smiles, forehead lines, frown lines and more advanced techniques such as lifting the brow and mouth corners by ‘rebalancing’ facial muscles, or slimming the jawline by relaxing masseter muscles.
Other treatments are available, such as surgery or chemical sympathectomy, which can both have more serious side effects, but can be more permanent if successful.
To find out if this treatment is right for you, book a consultation now with Mona
Disclaimer – Important information.
“Botox® is a prescription medicine containing 100 units of clostridium botulinum Type A toxin complex for injection. It is used for the treatment of severe frown lines and associated “crows feet” around the eyes. It should be administered by trained medical professionals. Talk to your specialist about the benefits/risks of this procedure in facial aesthetics. Cautions: people with defective neuro-muscular transmission disorders, presence of infection at site of injection, glaucoma, pregnancy and lactation. Possible side effects include headaches, pain, burning or redness at injection site, local muscle weakness including drooping eye lids, lack of feeling & nausea. If you have side effects or concerns, speak to your doctor. Botox® treatment lasts about four months and after this time further courses of treatment may be necessary. Speak to your specialist about your own situation.”