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Botox® for Sweating

Botox® for Sweating

Stay Dry and Confident – Put an End to Excessive Sweat

It’s not always about the heat or humidity – take control of your excessive sweating and transform your life for the better.

  • Treatment Type
  • Duration
    20 minutes
  • Recovery Time
    Minimal downtime

How to treat excess sweating?

Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition characterized by excessive and unpredictable sweating, typically affecting the palms, underarms, feet, or face. Embarrassing and bothersome, this condition affects about 1 in 25 people. Those with hyperhidrosis often have overactive sweat glands that are easily triggered into production by anxiety and other heightened emotional states.

Although the exact cause of hyperhidrosis is unknown, research suggests a hereditary component. Palmar hyperhidrosis (sweaty palms) and axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive underarm sweating) are the most common forms of this condition.

Anti-Aging Medical & Laser Clinic boasts a team of proficient practitioners who specialize in administering neuromodulators, such as Botulinum toxin (Botox®), a widely sought-after treatment. With decades of expertise Dr. Gidon Frame, along with Dr. Sarina Govindasamy, Dr. Teri Fisher, and RN Dina Wang, are the knowledgeable and skilled injectors you can trust. Our certified and experienced healthcare experts are committed to offering superior care and achieving the best possible results.


Reduced sweat production

Botox® works by blocking the chemical signals that stimulate the sweat glands, thus reducing the amount of sweat produced in the treated area.

Improved quality of life

Excessive sweating can be socially embarrassing and affect a person’s confidence and quality of life. Botox® injections can provide relief and improve a person’s overall well-being.

Long-lasting results

The effects of Botox® for sweating typically last between six and twelve months, which means that most people only need a few treatments per year.


Minimal side effects

Botox® injections for sweating are generally safe, with few side effects. The most common side effect is mild discomfort during the injection process.


Botox® injections are a non-surgical treatment option for excessive sweating, which means that there is no need for incisions or anesthesia.

Versatile treatment

Botox® injections can be used to treat excessive sweating in various areas of the body, including the underarms, hands, and feet.



Botox® For Hyperhidrosis

Botox is a popular treatment option for those experiencing excessive sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis. The treatment involves injecting small amounts of botulinum toxin into the affected areas, such as the underarms, palms, or feet, which temporarily blocks the chemical responsible for activating sweat glands.

Botox treatment for sweating is minimally invasive and typically takes less than an hour to perform. The procedure involves using a very fine needle to inject Botox into the affected areas, which may be preceded by the use of a local anesthetic to minimize discomfort.

Most patients experience a significant reduction in sweating within a few days of treatment, with maximum effects seen within two weeks. Botox treatment for sweating is not a permanent solution, and follow-up injections are typically required every six to twelve months to maintain results.

What to expect

What to expect

100% Personalized Treatment

Before the Treatment

Your experience begins with a consult with one of our expert staff. Together, we’ll create a treatment plan that best suits your needs. We review your concerns, expectations, skincare regimen, price estimates, and your relevant medical history during your session. This information helps ensure you get the results you’re looking for with realistic expectations.

During the Treatment

The treatment area is numbed with ice before fine needles are injected into the relevant active muscles. You will feel a small prick, and it’s over! If there is bleeding, the treated area is pressed hard to avoid bruising.

After the Treatment

Avoid squeezing or massaging the treated areas for several hours, as this could subtly change the results. No excessive sun or heat until any swelling and redness have resolved. Avoid laying your head down for 4 hours and excessive exercise for 24 hours. 



Recommended number of sessions: 

Repeat injections should be administered approximately every 6 months or more, depending on your response. 



How much does a Therapeutic Botox® treatment cost?

Treatments start at $350, plus the cost of Botox®. The price varies depending on the number of units used in the treatment.


Do you need Financing?

Great news! We’ve partnered with PayBright, Canada’s leading finance company for treatment financing. The application process is straightforward and takes just 10 seconds! Applying for financing with PayBright has no impact on your credit score either.

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Treatable Areas

The most commonly treated areas are the underarms, palms of the hands, and soles of the feet. The specific injection sites and dosage of Botox® will depend on the severity of the hyperhidrosis and the individual’s response to the treatment. It is important to note that Botox® is a temporary solution for hyperhidrosis and will need to be repeated periodically to maintain the effects.


Studies have demonstrated that localized injections of botulinum toxin can effectively alleviate the symptoms of hyperhidrosis, with 81% of patients experiencing a reduction of more than 50% in severe underarm sweatin. In fact, half of the patients had relief for nearly 7 months.

Also learn how Botox® can be used to treat fine lines & wrinkles.

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Frequently asked questions

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Are there any contraindications?
You should not have Botox® injections if you:
Are pregnant and/or nursing.
Are allergic to albumin.
Had an allergic reaction to any other botulinum toxin product.
Have an infection, skin condition, or muscle weakness at the planned injection site(s).
Are being treated for urinary incontinence and have a urinary tract infection (UTI).
Have a disease that affects your muscles and nerves, such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease), myasthenia gravis, Lambert-Eaton syndrome, or Parkinson’s.
Do you offer financing?
Yes! We’ve partnered with PayBright, Canada’s leading finance company for treatment financing.The application process is straightforward and takes just 10 seconds!
Applying for financing with PayBright has no impact on your credit score either!

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