Our lineup of FDA-approved hyperhidrosis treatments includes effective remedies from some of the most proven brand names in beauty and wellness, such as BOTOX® and Dysport.
Hyperhidrosis is a socially debilitating condition that does more to harm an individual's self-esteem and confidence than even some severe ailments. It is essentially characterized by excessive perspiration in different parts of the body, and it does not matter whether the individual is male or female, or young or old. Hyperhidrosis is thought to be caused by an over-active sympathetic nervous system, and can have dire consequences, especially if an individual is meek or anxious to begin with.
You've probably heard of BOTOX® and may be familiar with Dysport, but you may not have known that the same treatments used to treat wrinkles can be used as an effective remedy for hyperhidrosis. Both BOTOX® and Dysport use compounds from the same drug family, namely Abobotulinum Toxin A, to combat wrinkles. This same compound is extremely effective in stopping the chain of reactions that lead to excessive sweat production. Just as BOTOX® or Dysport weaken the muscles under the skin to eliminate wrinkles, injecting the compound in the underarm can disable neurotransmitters that are involved in sweat production. The effect is temporary, but strong enough to disable the neurotransmitters from stimulating sweat production. Individuals who undergo the treatment notice a marked decrease in perspiration in the area.
Don't let the hyperhidrosis dictate how you interact with others at work or social gatherings. There's an effective treatment that lasts for up to six months, with much lower levels of sweat production during the period. Keeping hyperhidrosis in check permanently is as simple as repeating the treatment every four to six months. And since our hyperhidrosis treatments are 100% FDA-approved, you'll never have to sweat the small stuff!
Pre and Post Care
Ingestion of alcoholic beverages prior to treatment can increase the chances of bruising and/or swelling. No anti-inflammatory drugs (Ibuprofen, Motrin, Advil, Aleve, Vioxx, etc.), aspirin, Vitamin E, or Ginko Biloba one week prior to treatment. This will reduce the possible side effects of bruising and/or swelling in area(s) of treatment. You cannot be pregnant or breastfeeding to receive treatment.You cannot be allergic to eggs or egg products in order to receive treatment.
Do not lie down for 2 to 4 hours following treatment. Facial exercises (squint/frown/smile) are strongly recommended in the treated area for one hour after injection. Avoid manipulation of treated area for a minimum of four hours. By following the above measures you will minimize the occurrence of ptosis (droopy eyelids), bruising, and less than optimal outcomes.Common side effects include a slight headache lasting a few hours up to 48 hours, and temporary bruising and/or swelling.