Excess Sweat (Hyperhidrosis) Reduction Sydney

Excess sweat reduction SydneyExcessive sweating or hyperhidrosis is a common and socially embarrassing disorder that is caused by a over stimulation of the sweat glands than is required to cool the body.

Axillary hyperhidrosis is focused in the underarm area but is treatable to reduce the volume of perspiration when anti-antiperspirants fail.If you want a solution to stop the embarrassing wet patches under your shirt or blouse, now there is good news to stop this annoying problem. Eden Skin Clinic has an effective excessive underarm sweat treatment for you.

What is Hyperhidrosis?

Sweating occurs when your body needs to cool down. A person with hyperhidrosis sweats even when the body doesn’t need to cool down. The condition is divided into primary and secondary hyperhidrosis.

Primary focal hyperhydrosis: is not caused by another medical condition or as side effects from medication. This condition is very specific to parts of the body. Mostly, the sweat occurs in 1 or 2 placed like the palm, feet, head or underarms to the point they are dripping. Hyperhidrosis can be congenital (at birth) or acquired during the course of a person’s lifetime. Axillary hyperhydrosis (underarms) is treatable by GentleMax Pro or with Botox injections.

Secondary generalised hyperhydrosis: is caused by another medical condition or as a side effect from medication. The sweating affects larger areas and is generalised to all parts of the body. The treatment of this condition requires a dermatologist to investigate the underlying medication condition or the medication that is causing it.

GentleMax Pro Laser– Effective Hyperhidrosis Reduction

There are only a few ways to manage the symptoms of axillary hyperhydrosis.

Botox: Botox are an effective way to manage the condition. However, you will need to continue to inject the botox as it is a ongoing treatment. This can become extremely expensive. The side effects could be weakening of the muscle under the arm.

GentleMax Pro: GentleMax Pro’s Nd:YAG 1064nm laser causes heat damage around the eccrine and apocrine sweat gland. The bulk heat affects the gland thereby reducing the production of sweat.

Free Hyperhidrosis Reduction Consultation

The best way to have your axillary hperhydrosis accessed is by a qualified clinician. At Eden Smoother Skin Clinic, we offer a free consultation where we can give you personalised information based on the severity of the condition. From this, you will know how many treatments are needed, a written quote with cost and specific information you will need to follow before, during and after your treatment.

GentleMax Pro– Hyperhidrosis Frequently Asked Questions

Does it hurt?

Most people find this treatment extremely comfortable and there is really no pain. The laser is used to heat the area of the axillary hyperhydrosis. Overall it is a very comfortable treatment.

Is it a safe treatment?

Eden Smoother Skin use FDA approved device called GentleMax Pro, this is the latest generation laser. This is 100% safe and many thousands of treatments have been performed over the years.

What is the downtime or recovery after a treatment?

There is no real downtime after a treatment. There isn’t any noticeable sign of healing as the healing is under the skin.

How many treatments are required?

Minimum of 6 treatments with 1 month intervals are recommended.

How much does hyperhydrosis treatment cost?

The cost of your axillary hyperhydrosis treatment for the underarms start from $210 per treatment. To get a guide on price, please see the cost for hyperhydrosis Sydney, alternatively you can book a free management consultation to get personalised treatment information for your skin type and cellulite class.

Excess Sweat Treatment Before & After Photos

Excess Sweat Reduction

What is the next step?

If you already have an appointment booked at Eden Skin Clinic, you can easily add a free axillary hyperhydrosis consultation to your booking by calling our friendly team on 02 8020 5800 or click on one of the buttons below to make an enquiry or book a free consultation online.