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Kelowna Hyperhidrosis Treatment for Men

Botox Treatments for Hyperhidrosis - Men’s Health

Unless you are actively kicking up a sweat at the gym, excessive sweating can make you feel uncomfortable and out of place. It can also interfere with social, romantic and professional encounters and have a significant impact on your quality of life.

At our Kelowna Skin Clinic, we offer advanced Botox treatments to help eliminate hyperhidrosis. We are able to tailor our treatment methods specifically to the male body in order to achieve the best possible results.

What are the signs and symptoms of Hyperhidrosis?

The following factors might indicate that you are suffering from hyperhidrosis. For a more accurate diagnosis, contact one of our skin care specialists today.

  • Incidents of excessive sweating at least once a week
  • Excessive sweating that has occurred for at least 6 months with no apparent reason
  • Sweating that interferes with your daily activities (such as work or relationships)
  • You do not sweat in your sleep
  • You have a family history of hyperhidrosis

Kelowna Hyperhidrosis Botox Treatment

How it works: Botox neurotoxin is a purified protein that helps control sweating by temporarily blocking the chemical signals from the nerves that stimulate the sweat glands, thereby preventing sweat from being produced in the treatment area.

How long does the treatment take? The length of the botox treatment depends on the area being treated. On average, each treatment takes 10-20 minutes.

How long does it take to reduce the sweating? The reduction of sweating begins to take effect within the first few days but may take at least a week to reach full effectiveness.

Are there any side effects to the Botox treatment? If side effects do occur, they are usually temporary. These include minor bruising and swelling at the treatment site. Patients who have had the botox injected into their palms may experience a temporary weakening of the fine muscles of the hands.

How long does it last? After the Botox injections have been administered, hyperhidrosis is usually controlled for 6-8 months. On average, repeat treatments are required every 6 months as the effects begin to diminish.

What areas can Botox be used to treat? Botox treatment for hyperhidrosis works well for many areas of the body including the underarms, palms, forehead and feet.

Learn More

To find out more about the cost, benefits and risks of Hyperhidrosis Botox treatments for men, contact our Kelowna skin care clinic today at 250-868-9290 or book a consultation with one of our skin-care specialists.

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Donna McAteer

Donna McAteer

Donna is the general manager and has been with the Okana­gan Skin Care Cen­tre for over 14 years. She is a certified Es­theti­cian and previous business owner with over 20 years enjoying the skin care industry. Her passion for knowledge, integral client care and maintaining a syn­er­gis­tic team that represents professional excellence in skin care remains her focus.

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