Stop embarrassing wet patches
Excessive sweating is quite a common condition. Sufferers simply sweat more than average, even when it’s not warm. The condition can become worse with stress. But even on a cool day with no stressful environment, they can still experience embarrassing wet patches in the armpits.
Unfortunately, it is a condition that can meet with little sympathy from those that don’t understand it, so those suffering the indignity of sweating during a meeting or a date can feel highly self-conscious and uncomfortable, which only makes the condition worse.
Now that the weather is warm, people suffering from excessive sweating can find the heat exacerbates the problem. What’s more, in warmer weather, it can actually be harder to hide, as jackets and cardigans come off to expose the damp underarms.
Strong antiperspirants can help some people, but are insufficient for many.
The most reliable solution is botox injections directly into the underarm area. The botulinum toxin, more commonly used for anti-ageing treatment, works to dry up the sweat for months at a time, bringing relief from the discomfort and embarrassment for the patient.
Excessive sweating injections are available at Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre with Dr John Tanqueray, who has worked in the industry since 1999 and actually trains other medical professionals in the skills and techniques required to administer hyperhidrosis treatment.
Sweating Treatment, Northamptonshire
Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre based in Hardingstone near Northampton have an excellent reputation for providing effective skin treatments for a range of skin conditions and see patients from Northamptonshire and beyond.
Non-surgical cosmetic and anti-ageing treatments are carried out personally by Dr John Tanqueray, who is also involved in training other medical professionals in the use of popular cosmetic injections such as botulinum toxin injections, dermal fillers and Volbella.
Treatments are also available for skin conditions including acne, rosacea and pigmentation.
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