Underarm Sweating, also known as Axillary Hyperhydrosis can cause a lot of embarrassment as a result of the visible wet patches on your clothes. In an attempt to hide the wet patches, holding your arms down can cause additional odour exacerbating the issue further.
You’ll find that you’re showering daily to multiple times per day, and changing your lifestyle by wearing specific types of fabric, certain cut clothes and even choice of colour in order to conceal the issue.
Like many people who suffer from this condition and have had a successful treatment, you’ll no longer need to take in extra clothes to work or to a special occasion, you can simply rest in the knowledge that you can simply stop sweating under your arms.
You won’t need deodorant and everything can change, you relax and enjoy wearing different outfits and not constantly attempt to hide the sweat patches. Treatment results can last up to 6.4 months according to the clinical papers.* We find this to be simlar for our clients, who return once to twice a year for treatments.
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Results will vary from person to person, but the average results are 6.4 months with the licenced drug.
No, you will need to wait until you have given birth and finished breast feeding before having treatment.
No, we assess all of our clients prior to treatment, and then order your prescription prior to commencing treatment.
No, we only treat the underarms for hyperhidrosis.
We allocate 30 minutes for your treatment, Howeverm the treatment itself takes approximately 15 mintues.
Hyperhidrosis can be treated effectively with antiperspirants. Check you have an antiperspirant and not a deodorant. Start with something as simple as Dove or Sure Deodorant sticks. If they don’t work, see your GP and ask for a Prescription Antiperspirant and Deodorant. These typically have higher active ingredients of aluminium chloride. If you have tried these and they fail to work. Then our treatment is the next step for you.
Yes it is. The injectable medication for hyperhidrosis has been used since the early 80’s for blepharospasm and strabismus and is now used in several different medical conditions. The drug received FDA Approval to inhibit sweating in 1993.
No it won't hurt, so long as you have the topical anaesthetic applied to the skin for the maximum amount of time. Please tell your practitioner if you would like to apply the cream on at home prior to your appointment.
Only 1 treatment is requeired for an effective result.
The treatment cost is £400.
The medication stops the chemical in the nerve ending from being released to the muscle to communicate to it when to contract. As a result your sweat glands will not produce sweat for up to 6.4 months, or until your nerve endings return to full functioning order.
Side effects that we expect to occur as a result of having injections under the arm are tenderness, swelling, and some bruising.
There is the risk of infection as the area is moist and damp. And there is a very rare risk of affecting nearby muscles, causing them to weaken.
Your sweat doesn’t go anywhere or get backed up because the sweat simply is not produced in the areas treated with the drug. Remember, the rest of your body is free to produce moisture normally.
We will only use the licensed drug that is FDA approved for the treatment area. Due to advertising regulations we cannot advertise the brand online, however, please call our on 01633 462083 who will be happy to let you know which brand we use.
The drug will start to take effect within 3-7 days, with optimum results at 14 days.
Yes, in some local authorities this is available, however, funding for this treatment has been removed from many local authorities. Why not ask your GP before coming to us?
So long as you don’t have a medical history that contraindicates you having a treatment, this treatment is suitable for anyone who suffers with excessive sweating.