We all sweat, however for some people it can be excessive and uncomfortable, whilst it’s not unhealthy it can become embarrassing and distressing. It can affect a number of areas of the body the most common being the underarms, palms, soles, and forehead.
Botox® is an FDA-approved treatment or people who sweat excessively can be used to reduce excessive sweating of the palms of the hands and soles of the feet by 80-90 %. The benefit lasts for approximately 6 months.
When you receive Botox injections directly into the area of your body that commonly sweats, your overactive nerves are essentially paralyzed. When your nerves can’t signal your sweat glands, you don’t sweat. However, Botox only prevents sweating in the specific area where it’s injected.
It requires multiple small injections of the toxin a few centimeters apart. The treatment is available at our clinic in Weybridge ,Surrey, call today to book your consultation on 01932 706402
It involves series of tiny injections over the entire surface of the palm and soles of the feet. Numbing cream is applied beforehand to help reduce discomfort and ice pack later.
Although once underway the injections are done quickly in minutes but a one hour time slot is allowed for the procedure.
The treatment takes effect in about a week and lasts about 6 months.
Although the injections are done in the skin, the small muscles of the hands and feet are very closely attached to the overlying skin. This can result in some weakness of the hand muscles. However as Botox is digested by the body this situation if it happens,improves and reverses spontaneously over a few weeks.
All Botox treatments are contra indicated in pregnancy and lactation and you must inform your doctor about this.
After treatment you can continue with your daily activities.
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