Anti-Sweat Injections Perth Joondalup


Treat Excessive Sweating the Non-Surgical Way

28 Sep 2021

Sweat reduction injections aren’t new, but the effectiveness of this simple and common treatment is gaining popularity by men and women who are gaining control over excessive sweating.

Face Sweat

Have you ever questioned why you might be sweaty year round, even without engaging in physical activity, experiencing a Perth summer, or eating a spicy meal? While sweating itself is normal and necessary, there is such a thing as excess sweating, otherwise known as Hyperhidrosis.

While the cause is not singular, factors may include anxiety, diet, lifestyle, hormones, genetics, medications and more.  Many celebs have even shared their hyperhidrosis stories over the years, including big names like Halle Berry, Cameron Diaz, Steve Carell, Chrissy Teigen and Robert Patterson.

Botulinum toxin injections, are used for a multitude of treatments, including wrinkle reduction. Fortunately, this is also a method of reducing the amount of sweat on your face and body.


Excess Hand Sweat

How do I know this treatment is right for me and do I need a referral from my GP?

Sweat reduction injections are suitable for most people, provided you are over the age of 18 and in good health. No referral is required upon making an appointment with our experienced and highly trained practitioners.

When is the best time to get anti-sweat injections?

This is solely dependant on the individual and their preferences. We tend to see an increase of this treatment in September and October, when winter winds down and spring commences. If your excess sweating is more prominent in the warmer months, we recommend having your treatment at least 5 weeks before summer officially arrives.

What areas can I have anti-sweat injections?

Hands, feet, underarms, scalp, and some areas of the face.

Is there downtime? Can I go back to work after treatment?

No downtime is required, and yes, in most cases, you can resume your normal activities post-treatment. Since we assess suitability on an individual basis, your practitioner will outline all after-care and advise of any limitations (if any), at your appointment. We do however recommend that no strenuous exercise after the treatment and to wait 24 hours until you resume again.

How long do the results last?

Anywhere from 3 – 12 months. Results are patient-dependent and will always vary. Some patients will find they may need a course of treatments, or top-ups a few weeks following their initial dose. Other’s may be lucky and get away with one treatment a year.

*Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks.  Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified practitioner.

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Dr. Glenn Murray (AHPRA Registration MED0001196978) Registered Medical Practitioner. General disclaimer: Patient outcomes can vary due to factors such as... genetics, diet, age, exercise, lifestyle, weight, and overall health. It’s essential to understand that all invasive surgeries come with inherent risks and require a recovery period and specific care regimen. Detailed information regarding surgical risks and complications is available here, but it is advisable to conduct thorough research and obtain a second opinion to ensure you are able to make an informed decision. Please note that the information provided is general in nature and does not constitute medical advice or establish a doctor-patient relationship. For real patient images, please visit our Before and After page. Please be advised that surgical outcomes vary, from patient to patient, and comprehensive research is crucial before making any decisions. This website contains imagery which is only suitable for audiences 18+.

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