Whilst mainly affecting the underarms this condition can also affect the palms of hands and the soles of feet.
There is an effective treatment available to significantly improve the quality of life for hyperhydrosis sufferers through the use of Botox, and can offer effective and long-lasting control over the condition.
The treatment works by injecting the toxin which blocks the signals to the sweat glands, reducing the amount of sweat produced. This has given many clients the ability to manage their condition and control the impact it has had on their day to day lives when anti-perspirants and deodorants have failed to work. No more visible wet underarm patches!
The full effects of the treatment develops over 2-3 days and the improvements will last for 6-8 months, sometimes a year!
*Naumann & Lowe courtesy of Allergan UK.
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