Nyon, Lausanne

Anti-perspirant Botox

Botulinum toxin injections to reduce excessive underarm sweating


CHF 750

Number of sessions: 1
Duration of the session: 30 minutes
Interval between sessions: 4 - 6 months

Anti-perspirant Botox

Botulinum toxin injection reduces excessive underarm sweating

For some people, heat, stress and emotions can cause underarm sweating and this can be very upsetting. However, there is a safe and highly effective way of correcting excessive underarm sweating, or ‘hyperhidrosis’, as it is also known, and wave ‘goodbye’ to unsightly sweat marks: botulinum toxin injections under the arms. Everyone we’ve treated – both men and women – tell us how much this technique has changed both their personal and professional lives.

Benefits

Botulinum toxin injections reduce the amount of sweat produced by about a third and the treatment lasts for between 4 and 6 months, giving the patient a real confidence boost! For some people, this means that they can stop using deodorant, which is great news when you consider that 90% of deodorants contain potentially carcinogenic aluminium salts and that organic and natural products are not that effective.

Recommendations

As the underarm area is very sensitive, our doctors recommend the application of an anaesthetic cream about an hour before a treatment session.

Any questions?

Please don’t hesitate to book a consultation with one of our doctors to discuss any of our treatments.

My sweating is not excessive but I would still like to reduce it. Is this possible?

Botulinum toxin injections under the arms can be performed on anyone who wishes to reduce their axillary sweating. This solution increases comfort and well-being in everyday life. Some people do it just before summer, for example, to avoid excessive sweating under the arms during this particularly hot - or even scorching - period.

What is hyperhydrosis?

Hyperhidrosis is a term used to describe excessive sweat secretion. The most common type of hyperhidrosis is located under the armpits; this is called axillary hyperhidrosis.

Who performs this treatment?

specialist care 1 Dr Véronique Bani Find out more

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Contraindications

  • Allergy and/or hypersensitivity to botulinum toxin type A.
  • Infection or inflammation of the skin near the injection site.
  • Muscle disorders and/or neurological disease.
  • Taking anticoagulants or blood clotting disorders
  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding.


Anti-perspirant Botox
Botulinum toxin injection reduces excessive underarm sweating

Chf 750

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