SISU No Sweat
How we treat excessive sweating
SISU's physicians have years of experience using Botox injections to eradicate excessive sweating. Unlike topical treatments, Botox targets sweating at its source. Within the one or two minutes it takes your SISU doctor to skilfully and safely inject both underarms, Botox will move toward the sweat glands, where it will reduce the contraction of surrounding muscles - thus reducing sweating.
Post-injection, you can expect to notice the treatment working within four to six days. Within one week, you should notice a significant reduction in the amount of sweat produced in your affected areas. In clinical studies, patients were found to experience more than 80% reduction in sweating within the first seven days post-treatment.
How long do the results last?
After your first SISU treatment for excessive sweating, the effects will last an average of about six months. As duration of results varies, simply call SISU to arrange for follow-up treatments with your aesthetic physician.
What about sweaty palms?
Is it painful?
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