We are committed to your safety. Every time you visit us, you can be certain that you’re in safe hands. Generally, there are minimal side effects with wrinkle relaxer injections treatment for hyperhidrosis. They are usually temporary. The most common side effects are bruising, swelling and redness at the injection sites. Other side effects may include […]
After an initial assessment and planning consultation, your treatment appointment will be booked for 60 minutes. A sweat test is done, with a mixture of iodine and corn starch, to assess the exact area that requires treatment, which is marked out with a skin marker. Topical numbing cream in applied is applied for 15 -30 […]
The full effects of the treatment develop over 2-3 days and 95% of patients have responded in just 1 week. Over time, the nerve endings of the sweat glands regrow, so from the 4th month some very mild sweating will return. As more and more nerve endings grow back so the sweating will start to increase […]
The exact mechanism of action is not exactly known. It is thought that wrinkle relaxers injections temporary block a chemical in the body that stimulates the sweat glands. In other words, wrinkle relaxers can stop your sweat glands from being ‘told’ to sweat. Most patients notice results 4 to 5 days after receiving treatment.
The commonest area treated for hyperhidrosis with wrinkle relaxers is the underarms, but hand and feet treatment are also options. Facial sweating can also be reduced with wrinkle relaxer injections.
Excess sweating can be a nuisance and cause embarrassment. Excess foot sweating can lead to a buildup of bacteria and cause smelly feet. There are many options to treat Excessive sweating, but it does depend on the site : • Antiperspirant: strong antiperspirant such as Driclor can be used to reduce sweating, but can cause […]
There are two types of hyperhidrosis : Primary hyperhidrosis: also called idiopathic inherited usually focal, affecting the soles, palms, and axillae in various combinations and with varying degrees of severity Secondary Hyperhidrosis can be generalized or focal caused by behaviours (e.g. alcoholism), responses (e.g. neurologic responses such as anxiety), a medical condition (e.g. thyroid , […]
Sweating is a perfectly normal body response to regulate our temperature. It helps us cool down. Some of us sweat a little too much which may mean you have hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis is the medical term for excess sweating. “Hidrosis” simply means sweating and “hyper” means more.