Botox is a drug that is mostly used to treat wrinkles. In 2004, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of Botox to treat severe underarm sweating.
Since then, many people with axillary sweating have been relieved of severe sweating by Botox injections for up to two years.
The procedure is to inject small amounts of Botox to temporarily block the sweat-stimulating nerves at the site.
The release of Botox causes a small amount of Botox to affect a large area.
Botox is injected with a very fine needle. Usually, each treatment lasts for 6-12 months, after which the treatment must be repeated.
This method provides a longer treatment than Botox, so that even permanent treatment has been observed in patients.
Usually 2-3 sessions of fractional RF therapy are needed to improve axillary sweating.
Sweating is a natural reaction of the body to regulate body temperature, which is usually caused by the activity of people, which leads to the production of high body heat.
But excessive sweating is not only useless, but often causes many problems in social communication.
People with axillary hyperhydrosis often complain of bad breath or getting wet and dandruff on clothes.