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Stop Excess Sweating – Hyperhidrosis

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Excessive sweating, otherwise known as hyperhidrosis, is an embarrassing but common problem. Often beginning at puberty, excessive sweating is an involuntary condition that can last a lifetime if left untreated.

Though not a serious medical condition, excessive sweating can cause social anxiety and humiliation for affected individuals. Botox for sweating is a highly effective treatment that has been clinically-proven to provide relief for more than 95% of treated patients.

If you’re ready to meet the new you, then book an appointment with one of the Age Refined Team of highly trained medical aestheticians today.  We look forward to meeting you at Revitalize Clinics soon.

Frequently Asked Questions

What causes underarm sweating?

Natural sweating is regulated by the hypothalamus (a part of the brain that controls automatic body processes). It sends signals to the body’s sweat glands through various nerves scattered across the body. These nerves respond to different kinds of stress- emotional, social and physical, as well as in times of increased body temperature.

For individuals suffering with hyperhidrosis, the sweat glands overestimate these signals and as a result, produce a much larger than necessary amount of sweat.

Who are good candidates for muscle relaxing injections?

Muscle relaxing injections such as Botox are ideal for anyone who suffers with excessive sweating. You may want to consider this treatment if:

– You are embarrassed by excessive underarm sweating
– You have tried other sweating treatments without success
– You work in close contact with others
– You have previously ruined clothes due to excessive sweating

Botox is a safe and effective way to treat excessive sweating. As a general rule, the best candidates will also possess good overall health and realistic expectations.

How is it used?

Prior to treatment, we will perform a harmless and painless starch test to locate your sweat glands. Using a very small needle, your cosmetic doctor will inject small amounts of Botox into the skin of your underarms. Each underarm will require approximately 12 to 15 injections.

There is no “downtime” needed following treatment, and you should be able to resume most normal routines right away. Heavy physical exercise should be avoided for several hours.

When will treatment take effect?

According to Allergan (makers of Botox), in clinical trials 89% of patients who had Botox treatment were satisfied after a single week. Your underarm sweating will begin to decrease within 48 hours and full results of treatment should be seen within 1 week. In addition to decreased sweating, you can also anticipate decreased body odour.

How long do results last?

Results vary from patient to patient. According to Allergan (makers of Botox), clinical trials 93% of patients were still satisfied after 16 weeks of treatment. Most patients only require two treatments a year to maintain results.

What are the risks and complications?

Complications associated with this sweating treatment are infrequent. It is possible to that you will experience some mild bruising at the treatment sites, but this will fade within a few days. Additionally, it is possible that small persistent areas of sweating will require more than a single treatment to achieve desired results. There is no risk of muscle weakness, numbness or permanent changes in the axillary skin.

Hyperhidrosis prices start from £400

This is the price for a single area this varies depending on the size and number of areas requiring treatment. If you are interested please do not hesitate to call and speak to one of our customer care advisors who will be able to answer any questions you may have as well as booking you in for a free of charge no obligation consultation with an experienced aesthetic practitioner.

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