Hyperhydrosis

What Is Hyperhydrosis?
Hyperhydrosis or excessive sweating affects 3% of the population and is caused by over activity of the sympathetic nervous system. It can be stimulated by stress, hormones, heat, physical activity and exercise and is often hereditary.

Normal sweating is essential to regulate our body temperature. For hyperhidrosis sufferers sweating can become uncontrollable and embarrassing, impacting negatively on psychological and emotional wellbeing.

Excessive sweating treatment prices start from £450

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Under-arm injections are an effective and safe treatment to reduce the symptoms of underarm hyperhidrosis and reduce sweating by 80%.
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A small amount of natural toxin will be injected into 15-20 sites in the underarm area. This temporarily paralyses the nerves that trigger off sweat production.
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The procedure takes between 20-30 minutes and patient can return to work immediately after treatment.
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The treatment typically lasts up to 7 months however 30% of patients still feel the effect after one year.
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As with any injection, patients may experience a slight sting. Topical anaesthetic can be applied to prevent any pain.
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The reduction of sweating starts within a few days of treatment with full results evident after 10 days.
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Anti-sweating injections will be administered by fully-trained aesthetic practitioner and therefore it will be an effective and safe treatment for hyperhidrosis.

side-effects are rare but in line with any injection procedure may include temporary bruising, pain or itching at the area treated.
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You should inform Azallis Cosmedics of any allergies or medical conditions you may have and any medication you are taking. Not suitable in pregnancy or breast feeding mothers or anyone with blood coagulation disorders.

A complete face-to-face consultation will be carried out before any cosmetic treatment to fully understand your unique circumstances and need. This helps us to progress with the most appropriate course of action.
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