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  • Recovery Time

    No downtime

  • Sessions



Botox injections can be used in managing primary hyperhidrosis when topical treatments have failed. The treatment works by blocking the nerve signals that instruct the sweat glands to become active. It takes three to four days for the results of Botox injections for hyperhidrosis to become evident. Common areas of treatment for Hyperhidrosis include the underarm, hands and feet.

$850.00 + HST

Some insurance companies will cover the cost of Botox injections for treatment of Hyperhydrosis, please consult your insurance provider for more information on requirements. 

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Treatment Information

Pre Treatment

  • Arrive with no antiperspirant or deodorant on area being treated.

  • Avoid taking aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as Ibuprofen, Advil®, Motrin®, Nuprin®, Aleve®, Celebrex®, Fish oil, Ginko Biloba, St. John's Wort and high doses of vitamin E for 7-10 days prior to procedure, as these may cause increase risk of bleeding and bruising at the treated site(s).

Post Treatment

  • Avoid applying pressure to the treatment area.

  • Avoid exercise, UV exposure, Saunas or hot tubs for 24 hours post injection

  • Avoid alcohol and blood thinning agents for 24 hours post injection. 

How long does the treatment last?

  1. According to the International Hyperhydrosis Society, underarm Botox injections can reduce underarm sweating by 82–87%. The effects can typically last 4–12 months, or up to 14 months in some cases. People who receive underarm Botox injections tend to see results 2–4 days after treatment.

Questions about this treatment?

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