STOP EXCESS SWEATING WITH NON-SURGICAL SOLUTIONS
excess sweating can happen to all genders, inclusive and neutral. Our medical grade anti-sweating treatment helps you manage excessive sweating and the day-to-day hassles that excessive sweating causes
Effective Anti-Sweating Treatment
Hyperhidrosis is a condition that is characterised by excess perspiration or sweating. The most common areas that individuals sweat are the feet, palms, face, scalp and underarms. Sweating often affects both sides of the body, and tends to happen in the day rather than at night. This non-surgical treatment can provide relief from excessive sweating for up to nine months and return your confidence and comfort without any downtime.
Primary & Secondary Hyperhidrosis
In primary hyperhidrosis there is no specific underlying cause for the condition; whereas with secondary hyperhidrosis it is caused from conditions like endocrine disorders, infections, neoplastic diseases, metabolic disorders, respiratory disorders, stress and anxiety. Excessive sweating can upset many aspects of an individual’s life including work, self-esteem, relationships, and overall well-being.
Treating Excess Sweating
The best way to treat excessive sweating is by using anti-wrinkle injections to minimise the unsociable and unhealthy sweat levels. Anti-wrinkle injections are a fast, non-invasive and effective method to treat this condition.
The best way to treat excessive sweating is by using anti-wrinkle injections to minimise the unsociable and unhealthy sweat levels. Anti-wrinkle injections are a fast, non-invasive and effective method to treat this condition. Anti-wrinkle injections are used for the treatment of hyperhidrosis, specifically in the scalp, face and underarm areas. It can also be used in the soles of the feet and the palms of the hands, but it can be quite painful in these areas and sedation is required.
Anti-wrinkle injections treat excessive sweating by preventing the nerve signal from reaching the sweat glands in the treated area. This prevents the production of sweat, which means there is no blockage; simply, when there are no signals from the nerves, there is no excessive sweating. It also does not mean you will sweat more in other areas.
ARE ANTI-SWEATING INJECTIONS
We offer a highly effective, evidence-based treatment to significantly reduce excessive sweating with cosmetic injections. They are a treatment option for people with hyperhidrosis and you may be a candidate for cosmetic injections if your sweating fails to improve with prescription antiperspirants.
Cosmetic Injections for sweat reduction has been FDA-approved for people who sweat excessively from their armpits.
The aim of the hyperhidrosis treatment is to reduce or completely prevent sweating from a particular area, most commonly, the underarms and anti wrinkle injections, can be very successful for treating armpits.
Temporarily stop excessive sweating
Non-invasive and non-surgical treatment
Minimal discomfort with an anaesthetic cream
No downtime after the procedure
Well tolerated by patients
Anti-wrinkle injections are an effective and safe procedure
During your appointment, your doctor or nurse will ask about your medical history and symptoms. You may also need a physical exam or tests to further evaluate the cause of your condition.
What is causing your excessive sweating will depend on the category of hyperhidrosis. There are two categories: primary and secondary. Primary hyperhidrosis is the most common, and the cause is still unknown. Primary hyperhidrosis typically starts in childhood and there is usually a family history of the condition.
Secondary hyperhidrosis is when the sweating is caused by an underlying medical condition and may affect the whole body. Possible causes include hyperthyroidism, menopause or obesity. We recommend consulting with your GP to determine the cause of your excessive sweating before seeking treatment.
Sweat reduction injectable use a muscle relaxant product, also known as anti-wrinkle, to treat excessive sweating. Due to regulations, we are unable to disclose brand names, however this can be discussed during your complimentary consultation.