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Sweat Reduction Treatment
Sweating is essential to help the body maintain the correct temperature. Yet some people’s sweat glands are over-active, leading to the social embarrassment of constantly damp hands, feet, and armpits.
Quinn Clinics offer simple and effective treatment using BOTOX®.
Treatment for Excessive Sweating
BOTOX® is injected into the affected area. This prevents the sweat glands from receiving the chemical signals required to function and severe sweating stops.
The number of injections required depends upon your Quinn Clinics consultant’s assessment of area to be treated. Once treatment begins, you should notice a significant reduction in sweating within just a few days.
Treatment is not permanent, but is effective for 6-7 months. As the BOTOX® starts to wear off, a further treatment can be arranged .
Benefits of sweat reduction treatment
Treatment of excessive perspiration very simply gives patients the confidence of guaranteed dryness – no more damp patches on the shirt or having to carry a spare top.
This treatment is truly liberating for our patients, giving them renewed confidence and often providing a boost both personally and professionally.
More information Hyperhidrosis Society.