Clinical Beauty

Botox for Hyperhidrosis

End your summer sweat woes - Say goodbye to excessive perspiration

About Botox for Hyperhidrosis

Sweaty palms and feet are a given in summertime, but there’s no need to let them get you down. BOTOX injections into the armpits, hands or feet work by affecting the nerves that trigger sweat production, giving relief from the condition – and a happier, more confident life. The neurotoxin in Botox affects the nerve signals that trigger your sweat glands, so it reduces or stops any underarm perspiration from happening altogether!

Benefits of {Treatment}

Very effective and helping to reduce sweating by up to 90%.

Minimally invasive treatment that can provide long-lasting relief. 

Blocking the nerve signals that cause excessive sweating.

Purpose of {Treatment}

Botox is injected into the areas of the body that sweat the most, such as the underarms, palms, and soles of the feet. It blocks the nerve signals that cause the sweat glands to produce sweat.


Results start to be seen approximately 2 to 4 days after treatment, with the full effects generally noted within 2 weeks. It lasts between 4-5 months, with follow-up treatments lasting up to a year. 


No downtime or recovery period! Bruising or tenderness at the injection sites and increased sweating on other body parts may occur.

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Procedure Length 

Approximately 20 to 30 minutes session


Price Range between $800 to more.

Stop sweating and start living.

Frequently Asked Questions

For optimal results, 50 units of Botox are typically administered to each underarm. Individual results may vary, however; at this dose, results will typically last 6+ months.

Yes, Botox is considered a safe and effective treatment for hyperhidrosis. In clinical studies, adverse effects were generally mild and temporary.