Not all botulinum toxin is for anti-wrinkle injections, some are for medical reasons too!

Botulinum toxin injected under the arms can help to reduce excessive sweating. It’s perfectly normal to sweat, but hyperhidrosis is abnormal excessive sweating that’s not necessarily related to heat or exercise. Besides disrupting normal daily activities, this type of heavy sweating can cause social anxiety and embarrassment. Injecting botulinum toxin into the sweat glands under the arms can dramatically reduce sweat in these areas.

It works by blocking a chemical in the body that activates the sweat glands, This will usually happen within two weeks of treatment and the effects can last between six and seven months!

What Can Hyperhidrosis Treat

  • Under Arm 

Treatment Summary

  • Proceedure Time?

    30 – 60 Minutes 

  • Anaesthetic Required?


  • Down Time?

    Few Hours 

  • Back To Work?

    Same Day 

  • Duration Of Results?

    Six – Seven Months 

  • How Many Treatments Required?


Frequently Asked Questions

Does It Hurt?

We use very fine needles to inject, which dramatically reduce any pain associated with with the treatment. 

Is It Safe?

Treating Hyperhidrosis with small amounts of botulinum toxin is a safe and quick procedure.

Are there any side affects?

As with any treatment there are side effects that can happen and can include; Sweating in other areas than the one being treated, swelling, stinging or pain in the injection site, you may also experience headaches and hot flushes.

Our practitioners are highly experienced and will do their best to keep the above risks to a minimum and to ensure the safety of our clients. 

What can I expect?

Before the treatment, you will have a consultation to ensure that you are comfortable with the procedure and that all of your questions are answered. Your practitioner will mark the areas under your arm  – this is done to highlight the specific areas to be injected. After the treatment we recommend keeping yourself upright for at least 6 hours to ensure the product remains in the injected site 

How Much Does It Cost?


From £450


*Prices are for a guide only and full consultation will be required.