Would you like to feel more confident in the summer and reduce underarm sweating, or do you sweat excessively when you are anxious or in a stressful environment? For many of us sweating can be an extremely uncomfortable and embarrassing problem to deal with. Whether it’s your underarms or another area of your body, our friendly team at The Abbey can help.
What is Anti-Sweating Treatment?
Botulinum Toxin A can be used to temporarily block messages to sweat glands dramatically reducing the amount of moisture produced. It is ideal for patients suffering from Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) and is also helpful to patients who simply wish to stop the embarrassing effects of sweating under the arms. Most patients will notice it starts working within 5 days of your injection. Once the treatment wears off, you can be retreated.
The Benefits of Anti-Sweating Treatment
- A fast acting treatment that can last for up to 4 months.
- Non-invasive treatment that doesn’t require surgery or any recovery time.
- Feel more comfortable and confident without worrying about embarrassing sweat patches.
- Increased confidence to wear delicate clothing and colours that would have previously shown sweat.
- Reduced need to buy expensive anti-perspirants.
- Botulinum injections are a very safe treatment and performed by specialists at our Specialist Treatment Centre.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Antiperspirants, a change in diet and lifestyle along with wearing loose fitting clothes can help reduce sweating. Anti-sweating treatment using Botulinum toxin injections can be one of the most effective ways to stop sweating.
Botulinum injections will treat sweating for 12-16 weeks on average with some patients feeling the effects for longer. Perfect for those summer months!
There are two types of hyperhidrosis:
Primary focal hyperhidrosis which is the most common type and is a chronic skin condition caused by a genetic mutation in your skin. It can be passed down from your parents.
Secondary generalised hyperhidrosis is caused by an underlying medical condition or a side effect of a medication you’re taking.