Excessive Sweating2023-10-27T10:45:55+03:00

Excessive Sweating and Its Treatment

An effective way to forget the discomfort caused by hyperhidrosis.

About the Procedure


1 area (doctor)
from 95€
1 area (expert doctor*)
from 135€
Masseter injection
from 216€
Gummy smile injection
from 150€
Hyperhidrosis treatment
*Expert doctor has more than 5 years of experience in the field.
Possible areas: frown lines, forehead lines and crow's feet

More About the Procedure

One of the most effective ways to treat excessive sweating, especially in the underarms is injections of botulinum toxin.

What Else Should You Know About This Treatment?

Is the treatment safe?2020-06-01T11:29:22+03:00

Unlike most antiperspirants, botulinum toxin does not clog the sweat glands and pores of the skin and is free of carcinogens, making it a usually safe and effective treatment for hyperhidrosis.

We are often asked whether injections of botulinum toxin do not interfere with the body’s defense responses. Botulinum toxin acts locally and is injected into very small areas of the body (e.g. underarms), so it has no effect on the body’s thermoregulation. Injections of botulinum toxin into the underarms also do not cause compensatory increase in sweating in other areas.

How is the procedure performed?2020-06-01T11:28:13+03:00

It is very important to make sure that the treatment is performed by an experienced specialist in a licensed medical clinic.

First of all, our medical specialist will assess whether you have primary hyperhidrosis. If excessive sweating is caused by certain diseases or conditions, it is first necessary to eliminate the cause.

Botulinum toxin is injected very superficially, just below the surface of the skin, where the sweat glands are located.

What is hyperhidrosis?2020-06-01T11:27:17+03:00

Hyperhidrosis is an extremely unpleasant and frustrating condition in which a person suffers from excessive sweating. About 3 percent of the population experience hyperhidrosis. It is usually most visible in the palms, soles and armpits.

The main function of sweating is to protect the body from overheating by cooling it, but in case of hyperhidrosis, the perspiration is much more intensive than is needed for this protection.

There are two types of hyperhidrosis: localized and generalized. In some cases, generalized hyperhidrosis might be a symptom of chronic diseases (some chronic infections, oncology, diabetes, gout, thyroid disease) or hormone imbalance (menopause, obesity).

However, in most cases this annoying condition affects perfectly healthy people. It is called primary (idiopathic) hyperhidrosis and is caused by hypersensitivity of the nerves that innervate the sweat glands. Primary hyperhidrosis can be successfully treated with injections of botulinum toxin.

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