Sweat Botox

Doctor makes intramuscular injections of botulinum toxin in the underarm area against hyperhidrosis

Sweat Botox

What is Sweating Botox?

Sweating Botox blocks the nerve impulses that cause excessive sweating to the sweat glands in the sweating area. Sweating does not occur due to blocked nerve impulses. Sweating botox takes about 15 minutes. Before sweating treatment with Botox, the skin surface can be anesthetized with local anesthetic creams. You can return to daily life after Sweating Botox. The effect of Sweating Botox starts at the end of 1 week in 80-90% of patients. The effect time of sweating botox is about 6-8 months.

Where is Sweating Botox done?

Today, “Sweating Botox” is one of the most commonly used methods in the treatment of excessive sweating. Sweating Botox, which continues to be effective for about 6 months after the application, is one of the most distinguished sweat treatments in terms of price and performance.

The most common sweating botox procedures are as follows.

  1. Underarm sweating botox,
  2. Hand sweating botox,
  3. Foot sweating can be listed as botox.

Advantages of Sweating Botox

Sweating Botox is in high demand due to its short treatment time and high success rate. Daily life can be continued after sweating botox.

Sweating botox is an almost painless and comfortable application with highly effective local anesthetic creams.

Who is sweating botox applied to?

Botox is applied to people over the age of 18. However, in terms of health and sweat glands, if the doctor deems it appropriate, it can be applied before the age of 18. It can be applied to women and men, to anyone who has excessive sweating or is bothered by sweating (except for those who are pregnant and breastfeeding).

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