Sweating Botox

 Excessive sweating negatively affects social and business life. Some people face the problem of excessive sweating not only in summer but in all seasons. People sweat excessively, mostly due to structural reasons. Pregnancy, menopause, thyroid diseases, heart diseases, lung diseases, diabetes, and obesity trigger excessive sweating. Excessive sweating is seen in the armpits, hands, and feet.

Botox, which is one of the most popular medical aesthetic procedures today, has also started to be used against the problem of excessive sweating. Sweating botox is a practical and effective procedure with minimal risk.

How Is It Performed?

Sweating Botox blocks the nerve impulses that cause the sweat glands to sweat excessively. When the nerve impulses are blocked, the sweating problem disappears. Sweating botox is a very practical procedure that takes about 15 minutes. Before starting the treatment, the skin surface is anesthetized with local anesthetic creams. Thus, the pain that will be felt during the procedure is minimized. The procedure on the armpit is completely painless anyway; however, some pain may be felt during the procedure in the hand and foot areas. After Sweating Botox treatment, it is possible to return to daily life without any problems. The effect of the treatment is seen within a week, and this effect lasts for about 6-12 months. Sweating botox can be repeated once a year. Since it is a non-surgical and comfortable treatment, this should not be seen as a disadvantage. 

Are There Any Risks Involved in the Treatment?

Since sweating botox is a medical aesthetic procedure, it does not have serious complications or risks. Generally, temporary bruising and swelling can be seen in the application area. These bruises and swelling go away on their own within a few days.