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Hyperhidrosis | M1 Med Beauty
Hyperhidrosis is the medical term for excessive sweating that can occur with men and women equally. It affects 3 in 100 British people and can become a serious burden if everyday life is affected by it. Excessive sweating commonly appears in armpits, hands, feet, or face. This condition can be treated by our M1 doctors in London and Liverpool using injections of muscle relaxants. Anti-sweat treatment starts from £399.
benefits of Hyperhidrosis treatment
About Hyperhidrosis Injections
Sweat is one of the most common functions of the human body. For many of us, antiperspirant is enough to tackle the issue. However, for others, antiperspirant is not enough.
Excess sweating, or hyperhidrosis, is a medical condition that affects many people, which causes them to sweat more than the normal amount in an effort to regulate body temperature. This condition occurs in various areas of the body, most commonly in the underarm area. Other affected areas include the face, the hands and the feet.
Overactive sweating is not life-threatening, however it can be embarrassing for those affected and can also exacerbate skin conditions like eczema and tinea. Common causes of extreme sweating include stress, menopause, side effects of medication and changes in body temperature. Other causes include conditions such as obesity, and diabetes.
Excessive hand, face, feet and underarm sweating can be treated with targeted injections of muscle relaxants. After a consultation with our M1 doctors, the treatment areas will be injected with muscle relaxants, which block the sweat glands so that they can no longer be reached by nerve impulses. As a result, sweat glands are put into a more relaxed state and sweat is no longer seen or felt at the surface of the skin.
Anti-sweat treatment takes between 15 and 30 minutes. The results can last up to 6 months. All of M1 Med Beauty UK’s doctor are GMC-registered specialists in their fields to make sure you are in the best hands.
What to consider before anti-sweat injections?
Not all practitioners have the same qualification and experience…
All injectable treatments with muscle relaxants are not regulated in the UK.
At M1 Med Beauty UK, we use products from renowned manufacturers. All of our cosmetic treatments are carried out by our highly-trained doctors who are GMC-registered and specialists in their field. M1 Med Beauty keeps our doctors up to date with new techniques with our own M1 Aesthetic Akademie.
Anti-sweat treatments are typically very safe, but can still have risks, particularly when it is carried out by untrained practicioners.
How much does anti-sweat procedure cost?
|Anti-sweating Treatment:||from £ 399|
Consultation on various options will take place and procedures will not be performed if a customer isn’t deemed suitable.
Make sure to read our treatment guidelines before all anti-ageing injections.
If you are interested in dermal filler or anti-ageing treatments, you can check our overview for all treatment prices here.
Hyperhidrosis post-treatment care
Post treatment for excessive sweating, you may experience redness, bruises, pressure sensitivity, swelling, or a slight numbness in the treated area, but will subside within a few days.
It is recommended to avoid excess sun exposure, solariums, saunas, and exercise 2-3 days after your treatment to not affect your results. Treatment of hyperhidrosis will begin to take effect 10 days after the injection and can last 4-6 months.
Book your free consultation at an M1 Med Beauty clinic near you and put an end to the sweating.
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Excessive sweating treatment - FAQ & prices
What is hyperhidrosis?
Sweat is an issue for people around the world. For the majority of us, antiperspirant is enough to tackle sweaty armpits. However, for some, antiperspirant cannot help.
Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition which causes excessive sweating. This sweating occurs when sweat glands don’t shut off. It is most common in parts of the body where eccrine sweat glands are numerous such as the face, feet, hands and underarms. Heavy sweating can be quite embarrassing and can make those affected self-conscious.
What causes hyperhidrosis?
How can hyperhidrosis be treated?
Excessive sweating treatment aftercare
Where can excessive sweating be treated?
How much are hyperhidrosis injections?
|Excess-sweat treatment:||from £ 399|
|Excessive sweating treatment – Quick info|
|Anesthesia||None required/Local Anaesthetic|
|Kind of treatment||Outpatient|
|Results||Up to 6 months|
|Costs||from £ 399|
Excessive sweating treatment - Quick infos
None required/Local Anaesthetic
Up to 6 months
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