Stop Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis) with Botox Injections.
Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, is a condition in which the body sweats excessively in areas where there is a high concentration of sweat glands such as the hands, feet, armpits and the groin area.
Excessive sweating can occur when temperatures are cooler or at rest, but is typically worsened in the summer when the temperature rises slightly or by periods of activity and exercise.
Excessive sweating is a common problem that can be solved easily, leaving you with dry, soft skin regardless of the heat. We recommend using Injectables such as Botox® to block the nerves that supply the eccrine glands, which in turn prevent the glands from producing sweat.
Do you have excessive sweating that causes you worry or concern? To find out more, or to speak to one of our specialists, We offer face to face, video, and phone initial consultations for your convenience, these are bookable online or telephone.
Where on the body does hyperhidrosis typically occur?
Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, commonly occurs in areas where there is a concentration of sweat glands, with the most frequent area being under the arms. Hyperhidrosis can occur anywhere on the body, but frequently affected areas include:
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