Botox for excessive sweating: How does it work?
Hyperhidrosis, more commonly known as excessive sweating, can significantly affect a person’s quality of life. In some cases, problematic sweating is limited to one area of the body, such as the underarms or feet, a condition called focal hyperhidrosis. Other cases are more generalized, with sweating over large areas of the body. The most common areas affected by hyperhidrosis are the scalp, underarms, hands, feet and groin area.
Botox has been a revolutionary treatment for hyperhidrosis: it has helped improve the quality of life for many patients,”
Botox for Hyperhidrosis Aftercare
Individuals can go home immediately after Botox treatment. They should avoid exercise, and not have hot baths or showers for the rest of the day. You can apply ice to the area and take a mild pain reliever if you have some tenderness. Normal activity can be resumed the following day.