65 Vas. Pavlou, 166 73, Voula  +30 210 89.93.800  ssymeonidou@skinclinic4you.gr


Are you sweating a lot and a huge wet mark stains your blouse or shirt?

Did you know that there is an impressive, quick solution to this problem that can keep you “dry” for several months?

What is hyperhidrosis?

Excessive sweat secretion in the armpits, palms and soles is called hyperhidrosis. It is a major problem for many people and often makes them feel extremely uncomfortable in their social life.

How is hyperhidrosis treated?

A new, effective treatment to deal with hyperhidrosis of the armpits, palms and soles is the use of muscle relaxers. (Injectable wrinkle relaxers).

How does the treatment work?

The function of the sweat gland depends on the contraction of a small muscle. When that muscle is contracted, sweat is secreted. The use of muscle relaxers inhibits this function and prevents excessive sweat secretion.

How is the treatment performed?

The medication is injected intradermally by using a very fine needle. The armpit area requires no anaesthesia. For palms and soles local anaesthetic cream is usually used before the treatment and rarely never block anaesthesia is required.

How long do the results last?

They usually last 6 months. In some patients the result is maintained for more than 10 months. Most patients come for treatment about 2 times a year.

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