What causes excessive sweating?
Hyperhidrosis is not a serious condition, but it can seriously interfere with everyday life and even lead to social isolation. It's most common in teens and young adults but it can affect people throughout their lives. To cope, many identify the triggers--exercise, spicy food, stress-- and try to make adjustments to avoid them.
Hyperhidrosis: Side Effects
Excessive sweating is a physical condition that can have psychological consequences, especially when it is triggered by social situations. A person's self-confidence and their social life may suffer.
Luckily, aesthetic medicine has a new treatment that can interrupt your body's overreaction and allow you to confidently resume a normal life.
How to prevent Hyperhidrosis with Botox
Botulinum Toxin or Botox injected into the nerves that activate sweat glands can interrupt your body’s signal to sweat. The results are immediate and can last 3 to 6 months. We do recommend a follow-up within that time period to keep you cool and sweat-free.
Our skincare experts use a state-of-the-art injection device, rather than a needle, to deliver the precise amount of Botox to just the right nerve. It makes the procedure virtually pain free with no downtime.