Put a stop to excessive perspiration
While sweating is a natural bodily function designed to cool us down when we’re hot, excessive sweating (known as hyperhidrosis) can negatively impact your confidence. After all, a soaked shirt or yellowing underarm stains are embarrassing and never a great look.
The good news is there is help beyond antiperspirant that doesn’t require going under the knife. Our approved sweat reduction injections provide effective relief from excessive perspiration, leaving you free to exercise and enjoy the sun without fear of wet patches.
How does sweat reduction treatment work?
Anti-sweat injections work by temporarily blocking the chemical signals from the nerves that stimulate sweating. Small quantities of the injectable are administered by needle just below the skin in your armpit by our medically-trained doctor, Dr Khan. After the treatment, ice packs will be applied to reduce any swelling and provide relief. Most clients don’t see their sweating ease for approximately 8-14 days after treatment. The benefits of anti-sweat injectables typically last for 9 months before re-treatment is needed.
Dr Khan and our therapists will advise you on post-care. This includes keeping the area clean, avoiding heavy exercise and only applying deodorant when your skin has recovered. This can take 4-12 hours.
What it costs
Hyperhidrosis injectables from $899
Approx. 35 mins
This includes a prior consultation to chat about your treatment goals.
Sweat Reduction are used to treat:
- Excessive armpit sweating
Benefits of Sweat Reduction:
- Reduce excess sweating
- No more wet patches
- Confidence boost
- Low-risk procedure
- No treatment downtime
Frequently Asked Questions
How can Injections help me with excessive sweating?
By using the same muscle relaxant used in anti-wrinkle treatments, these injections will halt nerve impulses from reaching the underarms and therefore, stopping sweat production from the glands.
How long will sweat reduction treatments last?
Treatments for excessive sweating will last up to nine months, after that it is recommended to come in for a top up injection.