No more sweating
Achieve your comfort and strong self-esteem

What is the procedure?

Hyperhidrosis is the medical name for excessive sweating. Everyone sweats at some point or another, but excessive sweating can affect patients in a negative way, leaving them with embarrassment and poor self-esteem. Hyperhidrosis can affect the face, underarms, hands, feet and other areas of the body. Through Botulinum Toxin injections, sweating can be managed to provide patients with more comfortable and dry experience.
What zones can be treated
  • Face
  • Head
  • Hands
  • Feet

How does it work?

Botulinum Toxin works at the level of the nerve receptors to block the signals responsible for sweating. During your procedure, several shallow injections will be administered to the area of concern. Within 3-4 days, the injection begins to work. The sweat glands are prevented from producing their normal amount of sweat, leaving patients with less perspiration and more confidence.

Is the procedure right for me?

Patients who experience embarrassment or discomfort from excessive sweating are good candidates for this procedure. Hyperhidrosis typically peaks between the ages of 18 and 54 and can have many impacts on a person’s life. Difficulty having intimate relationships, having to avoid certain activities and discomfort at work are common complaints from patients with hyperhidrosis. While people may sweat excessively in different parts of the body, the most common areas for hyperhidrosis are the armpits, hands, feet, head, and face. Botulinum Toxin injections are the perfect solution for patients experiencing the above symptoms.

Your results

Botulinum Toxin injections can be administered during a quick and easy 15–30-minute appointment. Patients can return home the same day with little discomfort and no downtime. Within 3-4 days after the injections, patients experience more comfort and dryness in the treated area. Results from Botulinum Toxin injections last between 3-6 months, with on-going treatment recommended.

What does this procedure corrects?