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Sweating too much? Underarm Botox is Possible!

By Ysabel Vitangcol on December 23, 2017

Although perspiring is a normal fact of life, too much sweat can cost you more than just a good shirt. Just imagine the horror of showing up at a job interview or hot date with unsightly damp spots all over your clothing! Here’s how Botox can help with excessive sweating.

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Yes, #BeloBotox can help stop your arms from sweating! 😅💧#Hyperhidrosis, also known as abnormal excessive sweating, can be treated here at Belo where it paralizes the muscle around the sweat glands. This is perfect for those who lead active lifestyles – you'll be sure to stress less about the sweat or smell! 🏃🏻‍♀️ Interested? Call 8819-BELO (2356) to set an appointment!

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The Unlikely Hero

Botox can save men (and even women!) from excessive sweat problems. More than just filling and smoothing out wrinkles, this quickie treatment can also control your sweat glands’ production. “It can be used for Hyperhidrosis, usually for the armpits,” explains Dr. Joey Muñoz, associate physician at Belo Rockwell. “After applying anesthesia, we inject the Botox into a certain plane in the skin that inhibits the sweat glands. There’s either minimal sweating or none at all.”

Robi Domingo gets Underarm Botox

It’s actually more common than you realize! Case in point: TV Host Robi Domingo gets Botox for sweat-free underarms!

Don’t Sweat It

If antiperspirants don’t really work for you, you’ll be relieved to know that this procedure allows you to say goodbye to humiliating pit stains.

“Botox takes effect within 5-7 days and you can do it every 4-6 months,” says Dr. Muñoz. However, if you hit the gym a lot or get injected during summer, it might need touching up a little sooner.

“The effects last longer during the colder months,” adds Dr. Muñoz. “Some lifestyle choices, like diet pills or working out, may ‘use up’ the effect of Botox much faster because the person’s sympathetic nervous system is very active.”

Want to stop worrying about excess sweat? Click here to schedule a consult with a Belo Medical Group doctor or call 8819-BELO (2356).

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