Excessive Sweating Treatment | Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide & Gold Coast
Hyperhidrosis | Excessive Sweating
Some quick facts about Hyperhidrosis/Excessive Sweating
- Tiny Anti Sweating Injections target underarm glands which cause excessive sweating.
- The procedure takes 30-40 minutes and it’s considered to be very safe.
- Most patients noticed benefits after just 1 week*
- Effects last an average of 8 months but more than 1 year in almost half of the patients*
- It can be used to treat localized areas of sweating.
- Cost start from $1,000.
*Disclaimer – results may vary from patient to patient
The Facts about Hyperhidrosis
Hyperhidrosis, or Excessive Sweating, is a condition that affects millions of people around the world. Uncontrolled sweating can occur in various parts of the body including the face, hands, feet or underarms. Although high temperatures or stress can increase perspiration, they don’t cause hyperhidrosis. Instead, hyperhidrosis may be an inherited trait that stops the body from properly regulating its temperature. Until now, excessive sweating has been difficult to control. At Cosmos Clinic we offer a non-surgical treatment for hyperhidrosis that delivers long-lasting improvements.
Anti Sweating Injections – at a glance
Anti Sweating Injections for hyperhidrosis
Unlike topical treatments, Anti Sweating Injections target sweating at its source. With a few tiny injections, Anti Sweating Injections enter the specific glands in the underarms responsible for excessive sweating. Once there it blocks the release of a chemical that signals the perspiration.
How effective is it?
Patients treated with Anti Sweating Injections notice a remarkable improvement in their symptoms. In clinical studies, 95% of patients with hyperhidrosis that was severe enough to interfere with their daily lives experienced the benefits of Anti Sweating Injections after just 1 week, with sweating reduced by an average of 83% (*Results may vary from patient to patient).
How long does it last?
After the first treatment, the effects of Anti Sweating Injections last an average of 8 months and up to a year and a half. For nearly 40% of patients, Anti Sweating Injections reduce sweating for more than one year (*Results may vary from patient to patient). The amount of time Anti Sweating Injections remain effective may vary. When your symptoms return, it would be time for another Anti Sweating Injection treatment.
Is it safe?
Yes. Anti Sweating Injections have been used to treat a range of medical conditions including eye muscle spasm and cerebral palsy for more than 10 years. This is considered to be a very safe procedure with a very low incidence of side effects.
What areas can be treated?
Anti Sweating Injections are used to treat localized areas of sweating. They work the best for underarm sweating and can be very effective for sweating of the palms, soles and scalp. Anti Sweating Injections CANNOT be used to treat sweating over the whole body (e.g. back, legs) or very large areas.
How long does the procedure take?
Approximately 30-45 minutes. You can bathe, shower, drive or go back to work immediately afterward.
How much does it cost?
The cost of treating the underarms, hands, or feet starts from around $1,000.
Locations for Excessive Sweating Treatments
Your initial Excessive Sweating treatment consultation can be undertaken at our Cosmetic Clinics in Double Bay – Sydney, Deakin – Canberra, North Adelaide – Adelaide or Benow on the Gold Coast.
Do not use this website as a substitute for medical advice or self or other diagnosis. Seek the advice of a medical practitioner.
The examples, predictions, and results offered on this website vary from individual to individual. Results take time. They can be seen in as little as 6 weeks. This time may vary considerably depending on each individual. 6 weeks is a typical example. Results are effected by a number of factors, predominantly the way in which a patient follows instructions post surgery and the manner in which the patient behaves generally post surgery. Diet and exercise play an important part in the health and well being of a patient and in the maintenance of their body shape. Results will also vary purely based on the general make up of each patient and whether they have had surgery previously.