Successfully treat the symptoms of excessive sweating.
If you’ve ever been embarrassed by excessive sweating, experienced unsightly underarm stains on your favourite t-shirt, or simply avoid certain clothes and materials due to uncomfortable sweat patches – sweat reduction injectables are the solution for you. This non-surgical treatment can provide relief from excessive sweating for up to nine months and return your confidence and comfort without any downtime.
Also referred to as hyperhidrosis, the condition causes excessive sweat production and affects both men and women equally. The most commonly treated area are the underarms, and all treatments are performed by our medically trained team of Doctors or Registered Nurses to ensure your results are always delivered with experience and care.
How it works
Treatment can last up to nine months.
Small quantities of the product are injected just below the surface of the skin by one of our medically trained doctors or registered nurse injectors. Based on your assessment, multiple injections will be made throughout the treatment area for best results. This blocks the nerve impulse from reaching that area, and in turn, the sweat glands are inactivated. The result is less perspiration in the treatment area for up to nine months, at which time re-treatment is recommended.
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You will receive a complimentary consultation with one of our highly skilled doctor or register nurse injectors, who will assess your suitability for treatment. You may consider wearing clothing that is loose under the arms to your appointment, to avoid any irritation to the area immediately post-treatment. After you receive treatment for excessive sweating, it is recommended that you return for a follow up appointment at the two-week mark, by which time the treatment will have taken full effect.
Excessive sweating faqs
Why do we sweat?
Sweating is a necessary (and totally normal) function of the human body. It assists in regulating our body temperature and works by stimulating our eccrine glands to release a mixture of water, sodium and other substances onto the surface of the skin. The problem occurs when this process goes rogue.
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What causes hyperhidrosis?
What is causing your excessive sweating will depend on the category of hyperhidrosis. There are two categories: primary and secondary. Primary hyperhidrosis is the most common, and the cause is still unknown. Primary hyperhidrosis typically starts in childhood and there is usually a family history of the condition.
Secondary hyperhidrosis is when the sweating is caused by an underlying medical condition and may affect the whole body. Possible causes include hyperthyroidism, menopause or obesity. We recommend consulting with your GP to determine the cause of your excessive sweating before seeking treatment.
What areas can be treated for hyperhidrosis?
At Australian Skin Clinics, we treat the underarms for hyperhidrosis. However, you some people also experience hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) on the hands, feet and even face.
What product is used for sweat reduction injectables?
Sweat reduction injectable use a muscle relaxant product, also known at anti-wrinkle, to treat excessive sweating. Due to regulations we are unable to disclose brand names, however this can be discussed during your complimentary consultation or over the phone on 1300 303 014.