Excess Sweating

Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is a condition that affects millions of people around the world. Uncontrolled sweating can occur in various parts of the body including the hands, feet or underarms or face.

Do I have Hyperhidrosis?

Although high temperature or stress can increase perspiration, they don’t cause hyperhidrosis. Instead, hyperhidrosis may be an inherited trait that stops the body from properly regulating its temperature. If you feel that your daily sweating can not be controlled with the use of a topical deodorant and interferes with your daily activities you may have treatable hyperhidrosis.

How does the treatment work?

Our fully trained and experienced anti-aging practitioners, can offer a long term solution to excessive underarm sweating. Our treatment involves a special technique using a series of very small injections of a proven and safe solution. This solution blocks the nerves that stimulate the sweat glands. When the sweat glands don’t receive the chemical signals, the severe sweating stops. The procedure only takes about 10 minutes.

Is it safe?

Worldwide, the therapy for treating hyperhidrosis has been used since 1989 for a variety of conditions, including cerebral palsy in children and movement disorders (head, neck, shoulder and face).

When will I see results?

You should see a reduction in underarm sweating within four weeks of the first treatment. Results have been shown to be highly effective for about seven months.

The cost?