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excessive sweating

Hyperhidrosis is the medical term for excessive sweating. It is most commonly associated with the axilla (armpit), but it can affect other parts of the body too. If you’re sick of embarrassing sweat patches and want a hyperhidrosis treatment, Botox for hyperhidrosis may be the answer.

The toxin works by blocking the signals from the brain to the sweat glands, reducing the amount of sweat that is produced. 

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FAQ'S

Q - How long does the treatment take to work?

A - The full effect of the session is at 14 days and that’s when we evaluate for you for the result and need for a top-up. 

Q - How long does the treatment last?

A - Anti-wrinkle injections will typically last 6 to 8 months if it’s your first time, but repeated injections can last up to 9-12 months.

 

Q - Does the treatment hurt?

A - Anti-wrinkle injections feel like a slight pinch or sting. Use of a topical anaesthetic is available to provide some pain relief.

 

Q - How long is the recovery time?

A - Treatment requires minimal downtime. So you can return to your daily routine immediately after you leave.

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