The injectable we use for Therapeutic Treatment for Sweating is versatile as it is not only effective for wrinkles and fine lines, but also reliable in managing excessive sweating. It has been approved in several countries and by doctors as a treatment for localized hyperhidrosis. This treatment allows you to not sweat the smallest stuff to give you more confidence to move.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. How can these injections control sweating?
This injection is made from a purified protein that helps control sweating by temporarily blocking the chemical signals that stimulate sweat glands. When these signals are stopped, so does the sweating. Therapeutic Treatment for Sweating is quick and well-tolerated. It is perfect for individuals who have no luck with over-the-counter antiperspirants. With a safety record of over 15 years, it is a reliable and affordable method to treat excessive sweating.
2. How is Therapeutic Treatment for Sweating performed?
The areas for treatment will be marked. In some cases, a numbing cream may be used before treatment as it could take a number of injection sites on a single area. After the session, the treated areas will be compressed with ice packs and you’re done! The length of treatment depends on the area of focus.
3. What areas can be treated?
This treatment can be administered in the underarms, palms, forehead, feet and other areas prone to excessive sweating, such as the groin.
4. Is Therapeutic Treatment for Sweating for everyone?
There are a few restrictions regarding this injectable treatment for hyperhidrosis. Therapeutic Treatment for Sweating is not advised for patients who are pregnant or breastfeeding, with neurological disorders, or allergic reactions to the ingredients in the formulation.
5. Are there any side effects?
Yes there are side effects, but should they occur, they are temporary. These usually include minor bruising and swelling on the injection site. Temporary weakening of the fine muscles of the hands may be experienced by patients who received injections in the palms. Other side effects that have been reported include, headaches, neck pain, dry eyes, dry mouth and tiredness.