• Botox - Hyperhidrosis - Sweat Reduction (Underarms, hands, feet, back, chest, under-breasts, groin, head, face, nose)

  • *Prices are in units and billed upon their consumption*

    Relief to an uncomfortable situation

    Hyperhidrosis is an abnormal excessive sweating which is not linked with heat or exercise. The disorder develops due to overactivity of sweat glands.

    The neuromodulators are not just for lines and wrinkles, they can also treat “Sweat Reduction”. The excessive sweating of hands, feet, back, chest, under breast, groin, head, face, nose, and underarms can be treated with Neuromodulator “Botox”. It works by reducing the secretion of the chemicals responsible for overactivity of sweat glands and makes a real difference.

    The BU (Botox Units) for each part is mentioned below:

    • Face: 30 to 40 BU
    • Underarms: 100 BU
    • Hands: 1-2 BU
    • Feet: 1-2 BU


    Youthful, Well Rested Skin


    Quick Result

    Good For:

    • Hyperhidrosis
    • Excessive Sweating

    What is Botox?

    Botox has neurotoxins that stop the muscles from contracting and relaxes those muscles leaving you high and dry. The treatment delivers predictable and suitable results within a few days. 

    The usual doses in these regions are between 2 to 100 BU (Botox Units), which are injected into different points, depending on the body part preventing muscles from contracting, but the nurses tell us that some patients can do well with less units and some (often males) may require more.

    How does it work?

    The extent of muscle movement is assessed both in facial animation and at rest prior to the injection. The Botox neuromodulators  are then injected properly in the centre of the forehead which temporarily relaxes the muscles from their constant movement; reducing the appearance of wrinkles on the face leaving skin with a youthful look.

    Neuromodulators are injected with ultra-fine needles targeting the wrinkled area. Botox works by blocking the nerve signals temporarily to stop the facial muscles from contracting.

    Visibility of result

    When injected properly, the results can be seen right after the first treatment however botox takes approximately 2-4 days and the effects of it last up to at least 3 months.

    Is Botox painful?

    Botox is not painful however the pain and discomfort depends on the patient’s pain threshold for needles and if necessary, the patient can be given a numbing agent to reduce any discomfort experienced.

    What to expect during the treatment:

    During the treatment you might feel a little discomfort from the pricking of needles. The treatment does not require any anesthesia. Most people can even get the treatment done during their lunch breaks and are able to go right back to work after their appointment. 


    Procedure Time
    Sensitivity Period
    24-48 Hours
    Visible Results
    48-72 Hours
    Rec. No. of Sessions
    1-2 per year


    We have experienced licensed nurse injectors who are qualified to perform Botox injectables. 

    It is better to avoid the consumption of alcohol a week before the treatment or take any medication or supplements that causes blood thinning.

    Brow ptosis results from natural degeneration of skin, sun exposure, and gravity. This condition can be fixed from the botox treatment.

    Some of the side effects may include

    • Bruising 
    • Swelling 
    • Redness

     These side effects resolve on their own without any intervention in 3-4 days.

    Botox is traditionally used for reducing wrinkles caused by excessive movement by the underlying muscles. It also helps in reduction of excessive sweating in certain areas of the body.

    No, botox is a purified protein that works by reducing the constant muscle movement to prevent wrinkles.

    Not sure which treatment to choose?

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