Botox for Excessive Sweating

Botox (botulinum toxin type A) is approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of hyperhidrosis, a medical condition marked by excessive sweating in the underarms. Botox stops the sweat gland from moving and pushing out the sweat. The procedure uses more Botox than the traditional treatment on the face would use –almost an entire vial depending on the size of one’s armpit; however, results can last between 9-12 months.
“It doesn’t hurt. It takes a little more time because there are more injections. There is no follow up treatment needed until the sweating resumes,” explained Kristen. “It made a huge difference in the way I sweat. It stopped it. It is a feeling I’ve never had, so it was fabulous!”
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