If you’re looking for Botox hyperhidrosis in Surrey, the experienced team of medical professionals at Light Touch clinic are on hand to discuss the best course of action and treatment to achieve your desired results.
Hyperhidrosis, also known as injections for excessive sweating, can be treated by using Botulinum toxin (Botox) to block the nerves that supply the sweat gland.
Our clients who use Light Touch for Botox hyperhidrosis in Surrey feel more confident and relaxed, safe in the knowledge that this sometimes embarrassing condition can be treated.
For more information about Botox hyperhidrosis in Surrey, contact the clinic for a free no-obligation consultation;
Founded in 2009 by the highly reputable Dr Natalie Geary, Light Touch clinic is a well-known award-winning establishment based in Weybridge, Surrey.
Featured in Women’s Health, Elle and Tatler, among other well-known media, Light Touch clinic has an enviable reputation for delivering 5-star experience and results in aesthetic enhancements.
Treating clients from across Surrey, Light Touch prides itself on quality of care and outstanding results. The clinic is a safe and welcoming space for new and returning clients who want to see effective results.
Hyperhidrosis can have a significant impact on patients, leading to embarrassing situations when excess sweating is unable to be controlled. Botox for hyperhidrosis is an effective way to treat this condition, with a short treatment time and long-lasting, effective results. Botox is a muscle-relaxing injection that can be used to treat overactive sweat glands.
A trained professional will inject Botox into the area of hyperhidrosis, where it will act to block the nerve that stimulates the sweat gland and stops the gland from producing sweat. A small needle is used to inject the Botox just beneath the surface of the skin, ensuring that the entire area is covered for maximum, effective results.
One course of treatment with Botox is usually enough to reduce hyperhidrosis, however it can take up to one week for results to show. Results can last up to six months and repeat Botox hyperhidrosis treatments can be arranged for long term results.
The procedure itself is very quick – lasting just 30 minutes, with little to no downtime. Botox hyperhidrosis patients in Surrey can usually go about their daily activities without issue immediately after treatment.
The medical experts at Light Touch in Surrey truly believe in helping clients to achieve their aesthetic goals to lead fulfilled lives. Hyperhidrosis can affect the hands, feet and under the arms and often leads to embarrassment or low self-esteem.
Light Touch is well placed to help Surrey patients with improving this condition with the likes of Botox hyperhidrosis treatment. Only the best available Botox injections are used, by leading and reputable providers.
Light Touch uses Allergan, which is FDA-approved and clinically proven as an effective Botox treatment for both medical and aesthetic concerns.
To discuss Botox treatments for hyperhidrosis, please contact the clinic using the booking form or by calling 01932 849552 at your earliest convenience.
One of our friendly, professional medical advisors will be happy to discuss any questions you may have regarding Botox hyperhidrosis treatment at a free, no-obligation consultation at our Surrey clinic.
Weybridge is a small, medieval town located in the Borough of Elmbridge, Surrey. Situated approximately 27km southwest of central London, it gained its name from the River Way that runs into the River Thames just north of the town centre.
Weybridge is well connected to neighbouring towns and central London via a number of popular transport links, including by bus and train. The Thames Path also runs along the bank of the River Thames and can be accessed north of Weybridge town centre.