- 13 Jul 2023 3:08 PM
Antiperspirantion effectively underarm with btox treatment
Underarm btox treatment for antiperspiration may be a new treatment for some people, but its effectiveness speaks for itself. In the summer heat, increased sweating can affect many people, causing uncomfortable moments. But eliminating sweating is no longer a challenge, our private clinic in the mountains of Budapest has the solution for you!
Btox is a neurotoxin protein that acts on the treated area and temporarily paralyses the muscles. Btox treatment is considered one of the safest and most common aesthetic procedures.
It has been used for more than 60 years in the beauty industry and for other medical purposes such as migraines, strabismus, post-stroke muscle spasticity relief, treatment of rectal abscesses, chronic muscle-induced neck pain, or hyperactive bladder. It is safe to say that there are no known permanent serious side effects.
Causes of excessive sweating
Excessive sweating is often just a matter of unfortunate genetics. However, sometimes it can be caused by a health problem such as menopause, diabetes, obesity, thyroid disease or stress.
There are typical areas of hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, the most common of which is the underarm area.
How antiperspirant treatment works and how it works
The btox is injected into the top layer of the skin, so that the maximum sensation felt during the procedure is like a mosquito bite, and therefore no anaesthetic is needed.
The specialist injects the active ingredient at pre-drawn points, where it has a concentrated effect in the immediate vicinity of the punctures, i.e. in this case only in the armpit area. The procedure takes a few minutes and can be completed in 30 minutes, including consultation.
After the antiperspirant treatment
Do not use antiperspirant deodorants or creams on the area for 24 hours after the procedure. Avoid hot baths, saunas and waxing of the underarms for one week after the treatment.
Avoid strenuous physical activity and massage of the treated area.
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