Hyperhidrosis (Excessive sweating)

Is it possible to treat excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis)?

Hyperhidrosis can be successfully treated with infiltrations of a toxin in the body areas that tend to sweat excessively. The toxin blocks the nerve endings that activate the sweat glands. The achievable reduction in sweating can reach 80-90%.

How it is done

The toxin is infiltrated locally in the areas to be treated, through a series of small injections. The most common areas treated to reduce sweating are the armpits, the palms of the hands and the plantar area of the feet. The treatment is done at the clinic, takes about 30 minutes and it is not particularly painful. The effect of the toxin is not immediate, taking about 6-8 days to become visible.

Healing period

After the treatment there may be mild redness in the treated areas, which disappears in a few hours. period. Normal activities can be resumed immediately after treatment. During the first hours after treatment is advisable not to massage the treated areas to avoid displacement of the toxin in areas other than those infiltrated.

Duration of the result

Treatment with the toxin only has temporary effects, and should be repeated on average every 3-4 months to maintain the desired result. If treatment is not repeated, the effect will be gradually lost and the treated areas will return to their previous condition.

Treatment of hyperhidrosis costs

From 800 KYD.