Excessive Sweating: How Botox Treats Hyperhidrosis

Botox for Hyperhidrosis

While not as popular by its medical name, everyone is familiar with excessive sweating and knows how annoying it is. Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is a problematic occurrence that happens as a result of various factors, such as genes or poor lifestyle habits.

The condition affects both men and women and it’s quite difficult to hide.

But, did you know that a Botox treatment can put your over-sweating worries to rest?

You better believe it, Botox for sweating is a successful, safe and effective treatment, dealing with a number of issues, including Hyperhidrosis, wrinkles, migraines, and saggy skin, among others.

So, how does Botox for excessive sweating save you from soaked shirts and visible sweat circles?

Below is everything you need to know about Botox treatment for excessive sweating.

Does Botox for Hyperhidrosis Work and How?

As an easy-approach method, Botox for excessive sweating is considered a highly efficient treatment.  The process revolves around a specialist injecting Botox units to the sweating area, thus preventing the transmission of sympathetic nervous system fibers that make you sweat in the first place.

After the application, Botox will suppress neurotransmitters from encouraging the body to sweat on.

The procedure is beloved worldwide, mostly because it offers a solution for the next 4-6 months, and it is quick and easy to do.

Usually, a Botox to stop sweating procedure involves small, two-unit injections of Botox before proceeding with an application process similar to micro-needling.

The treatment is not long at all, and you can expect to finish up in minutes. Post-procedure, you can move on with your daily life as usual, with minimal downtime. The treatment is remarkable for upcoming events or solving the issue of sweating all over the place. You can expect the first results from the treatment in the first week of the treatment.

Wet underarm patches in the summertime – be gone!

How Much Does a Botox for Sweating Cost?

Given its outstanding results, Botox for excessive sweating is not the cheapest treatment. However, it provides continuous results, which makes it worth its price. Approximately, a Botox Hyperhidrosis treatment can estimate $1,000 for both underarms. Adding to the cost is the fact that, if you care for lasting effects, you should follow up with the treatment every 7–16 months. What’s great about this particular treatment is that some insurance packages might partially cover its cost.

For a precise armpit Botox cost, reach out to Line Eraser MD, so we can establish a proper course of treatment and put your sweating problems away.

Which Sweaty Areas Does Botox Treat?

One of the best things about Hyperhidrosis is that it helps with sweating on various body areas. Depending on your condition, you can book one of the following treatments:

  • Botox for sweaty hands
  • Feet
  • Back
  • Chest & below the breasts
  • Groin
  • Botox for underarm sweating
  • Head
  • Botox for sweating face
  • Nose

In all treatment cases, Botox represents an FDA-approved treatment, and it is considered safe and efficient. The procedure is also pain-free and comes with minimal downtime.

What are the Treatment Side-effects?

Botox injections are safe in most cases. Some of the more serious side-effects include:

  • Severe muscle weakness
  • Distorted muscles
  • A severe allergic reaction
  • Toxicity
  • Issues with breathing, swallowing or speaking
  • Rashes or hives
  • Vision issues
  • Dizziness
  • Weak bladder control

Some of its less severe symptoms, and the most typical ones, include:

  • Mouth dryness
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue
  • Localized pain

How to Find Botox for Excessive Sweating Treatments Near Me?

If you are looking for a pleasurable experience, carried out by top professionals and Botox experts, Line Eraser MD would love to help!

Feel free to schedule a consultation appointment today, so our physicians can determine the most suitable treatment plan for you.

Your skin is our business!

Dr. Carol Eisenstat

Dr. Carol Eisenstat

is a highly trained and skilled board-certified anesthesiologist with a passion for facial aesthetics. She completed an accelerated 7-year combined Bachelor of Science – Medical Doctor program from CUNY – Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education and SUNY-Stony Brook University. Her education was achieved with high honors and she graduated with Magna Cum Laude distinction.

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