Nobody wants to be drenched in sweat. Sweating excessively can make you look nervous, unkempt, and even unhygienic. Of course, for some people, this is a medical condition that can signal health issues. However, for others, it can be a symptom of a condition called hyperhidrosis.


Hyperhidrosis is a common condition in which an individual sweats excessively.


For some people, excessive sweating affects the whole body. However, for others, the condition only affects a certain part of the body. This is usually the armpits, but can also affect the hands, feet, and face.  


Hyperhidrosis does not affect a person’s health, but it can have a negative impact on their quality of life. Thankfully, there is a simple and affordable solution. The best hyperhidrosis treatment is to use Botox to stop sweating.


I perform this treatment for many patients at my London aesthetic clinic. Like dermal fillers, Botox, and tear trough filler, this is a common and effective procedure that has little to no downtime.  

How does Botox for Hyperhidrosis Work?

Botox for excessive sweating works by blocking the nerves in the affected areas. For many people, this can be the underarms, hands, feet, or face. The Botox prevents the nerves from sending sweat messages to the glands in the skin, and this stops them from producing sweat.

If you have tried a hyperhidrosis natural treatment with no success, this excessive sweating treatment will help.

How is Hyperhidrosis Treatment Performed?

At your hyperhidrosis treatment appointment, we start by applying an anaesthetic cream to the armpit area, although many patients do not need this. Next, the surrounding skin is medically cleansed with an antiseptic solution. Finally, I use a small needle to inject the Botulinum toxin (Botox) into a number of areas.

Hyperhidrosis Procedure

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