Anti-Sweat Injections

Sweating is a natural fact of life. However, when severe sweating gets in the way of certain daily activities and antiperspirants haven’t worked, a Botulin injection treatment can serve as a lasting choice.

What is Hyperhidrosis?
Hyperhidrosis in simple terms is also known as excessive sweating. It is a condition characterized by abnormally excessive sweating which is not related to heat or exercise. The sweat glands are usually overactive in an individual experiencing this condition leading to excessive sweat production.
What are the causes and treatment of Hyperhidrosis?

Primary idiopathic hyperhidrosis: "Idiopathic" means "of unknown cause." In the majority of cases, the hyperhidrosis is localized.

Secondary hyperhidrosis: The person sweats too much because of an underlying health condition, such as obesity, gout, menopause, tumor, mercury poisoning, diabetes, or hyperthyroidism. Primary idiopathic hyperhidrosis: "Idiopathic" means "of unknown cause." In the majority of cases, the hyperhidrosis is localized.

Here at Nova Aesthetic Clinic, we offer a special type of treatment using Botulin injection to help our clients gain relief from the discomfort of persistent and excessive sweating.

How does Botulin injection address excessive sweating?

When injected into the skin areas producing excessive sweat, Botulin blocks the sympathetic stimulation at the autonomic nervous system. It blocks the chemical signals from the nerves that stimulate the sweat glands.

Which part of my body can I receive Botulin injection for Hyperhidrosis?

Botulin injection is FDA approved as a treatment for severe underarm sweating. However, our experienced doctors have taken a step further to maximize its use for controlling excessive sweating in some other parts of the body. Do not hesitate to consult us if you are experiencing heavy sweating in any area of your body. We are always willing to help.

How is Botulin injection for Hyperhidrosis administered?

To start with, the overactive sweat gland in the specific part in your underarms is determined. A series of microinjections containing a unique dose (50-100units) of Botulin injection is then given at the localized area in a quick, 10-15 minutes procedure.

Is the treatment safe?

We consider the safety of our clients very paramount even in our efforts to help them achieve their skin goals. Our commitment to safety means that:

• We only use Botulin injection from a recognized and trusted supplier, Allergan
• Our experienced doctors double-check every stage of the procedure
• We keep in touch and monitor clients days and weeks after treatment
• Botulin injectionis FDA approved for excessive sweating in the underarms
• It has proven to be 99% effective for sweating in the underarms

We do not recommend the use of Botulin injection for pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers or individuals with any type of neurological disorder.

How quickly does it work and how long will the effects last?
You should notice some changes for the better within a week of your treatment.

Different people have different responses to treatment. In a clinical trial, sweat production was reduced by 83% one week after treatment. Furthermore, sweating was reduced by at least half in 95% of patients. Your next treatment can be given when the effects of the first course wear off, this usually happens after 4 to 7 months.
How many treatments will I need?
Depending on the sweat glands of the individual, you may require just a single treatment within a year or maybe 2 treatments. We usually arrange a follow-up appointment 2-4 weeks after initial treatment in order to monitor the progress of the treatment.
Who are the best candidates for this treatment?
It is suitable for individuals above 18 years with unwanted and excessive sweating in the underarms, palms, and feet. Always consult your aesthetic doctor for expert guidance before receiving any form of skin treatment.
Anti-Sweating Injections Prices

Hyperhidrosis Injections for Excessive Sweating
From £450

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