Does underarm sweating interfere with your life?
Sweating is a normal physical response that regulates body temperature. However, hyperhidrosis occurs in people that produce sweat in greater quantity that is needed to control body temperature. Patients must be aware that hyperhidrosis may be linked to an underlying condition such as diabetes or an over active thyroid gland. In this instance the underlying cause should be addressed to resolve their hyperhidrosis.
The good news is that excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis can be treated through a simple and effective procedure. One of our skincare experts delivers the treatment by injecting Botox® into the sweat glands within the surface layer of the skin. This blocks the nerve impulses that are a major factor in producing excessive sweat.
During the treatment only a small pinprick is felt when the injections are given, this is a mostly comfortable and painless procedure. Local anaesthetic can be used if you have particularly sensitive skin. Following your treatment, you will notice a significant reduction in sweating, and this lasts for a period of up to 3 months, after which many patients return for further treatment.
Why choose Saving Grace Skin Clinic for Hyperhydrosis Treatment?