Anti Sweat Injections
Anti Sweat Injections
- Hyperhydrosis sweating £500
Sweating is a very natural procedure that the body controls to help cool us down, but excessive sweating can be a cause of discomfort or embarrassment. Hyperhidrosis refers to abnormal sweating that occurs for no apparent reason, rather than in warm weather, during physical activity, or in periods of stress or anger. It is a condition that can affect the whole body, but it most commonly causes excessive sweating in the underarms, on the palms and on the soles of the feet.
Salon Savant are a hyperhidrosis specialist in London, so we offer an effective treatment that can reduce any abnormal sweating. Through a series of injections, we can reduce sweating the affected areas by up to 90%, providing you with much more comfort and confidence. This is a fairly quick treatment for hyperhidrosis in London and results typically start to show in a matter of days, so if you have considered seeking help for this condition, we can provide a solution.
Book your consultation with our experts and we will explain how our hyperhidrosis treatment in London can help you, or read this page for more information.
WHAT IS HYPERHIDROSIS?
Sweating is the body’s natural response to a variety of conditions, including physical activity, warm weather, stress, or anger. For those with hyperhidrosis in London, the sweating is much more excessive and can often happen for no reason or because of another underlying condition. It can sometimes get better with age, but many would like to find a solution to reduce the discomfort that they may feel on a daily basis.
There are two types of hyperhidrosis that someone may suffer from. The first is primary focal hyperhidrosis, which usually starts in childhood and commonly affects the feet, hands, face, head, and underarms. This type is mainly hereditary and occurs in families with a history of excessive sweating. The second type is secondary generalised hyperhidrosis, which is caused by a medical condition or as a side effect of certain medications. This type of hyperhidrosis typically starts in adulthood and could affect the whole body or one generalised area. Some conditions that cause this type of hyperhidrosis include heart disease, hyperthyroidism, and menopause.
As a hyperhidrosis specialist in London, we understand the differences between the two types of conditions, and offer a treatment that is personalised to you. Our consultants will take the time to listen to your needs and carefully assess the areas concerned to determine the best course of action
WHAT IS OUR HYPERHIDROSIS TREATMENT IN LONDON?
Essentially, our treatment for this condition is hyperhidrosis injections in London. Our injections work by blocking the nerves responsible for activating the sweat glands. Sweating occurs when your nervous system activates your sweat glands as your body temperature rises, so with this treatment, the overactive nerves are temporarily paralysed. When your nerves can’t signal the sweat glands that have been affected by the injections, the body will not produce sweat in those areas.
Our hyperhidrosis treatment in London can be applied to various areas of the body, but mainly to the underarms, hands, and feet. No matter which of these areas are your main concern, our treatment can result in up to 90% less sweating. If you feel that you could benefit from this treatment, please do not hesitate to book a consultation with us
HOW LONG DOES THE TREATMENT TAKE?
The specialists at our salon have years of experience in carrying out this procedure, so you can be sure that you are in safe hands. Our treatment for hyperhidrosis in London is relatively painless, but we apply a numbing cream to aid with any discomfort. Applying the cream should only take up to 10 minutes, depending on the treatment area, then the injections should take around 20 minutes to complete. Altogether, the hyperhidrosis treatment in London should take no more than 30 minutes.
Following the injections, there will be minimal downtime and you should be able to return to normal activities straight away. There may be some mild swelling and redness, but this should resolve after 30 minutes and you can speed up the process by applying ice. While you will be able to resume regular life following the treatment, you should try to avoid strenuous activities for the first 24 hours to aid the healing process.
HOW LONG WILL THE RESULTS LAST?
The ‘drying’ effects of our hyperhidrosis muscle relaxants in London can be expected to last between 4 to 14 months, particularly in the case of excessive sweating in the underarm area. For the palms and soles, the effects tend to last around 6 months due to the amount of use we have from our hands and feet. This is not a permanent solution to the issue, but it can greatly reduce the effects. If you would like to maintain the drying solution, our trained hyperhidrosis specialist in London can recommend a course of future appointments to suit you