Botox for hyperhidrosis
(excessive sweating)

Relief from excessive sweating with botox

Effectively manage hyperhidrosis
Feel fresher and more confident
Suitable for the face, underarms, hands, feet and groin

Treatment Explained

Botox treatment
for hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating that occurs even when the body doesn’t need to be naturally cooled down.

Hyperhidrosis can occur in various parts of the body including the upper face and head, under the arms, in the hands, feet and groin areas. It can be a source of stress and embarrassment for sufferers, which can affect their confidence and quality of life.

Botox is a widely recognised and effective treatment for hyperhidrosis.

If, after evaluation, botox is considered a beneficial approach, you will experience your treatment at one of our luxurious, award-winning London aesthetic clinics, led by Dr Kaywaan Khan.

Botox for hyperhidrosis
treatment overview

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Treatment Type

Injectable botox

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Treatment Areas

Face, underarms, hands, feet or groin

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Benefit Duration

3-6 months

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Treatment Time

15-30 minutes

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Minimal (your practitioner will advise)

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Botox for
treatment benefits

  • Reduce excessive sweating

    Botox temporarily blocks certain nerve signals. In the case of botox for hyperhidrosis, the botox acts on the nerves which supply the sweat glands, to prevent them from sending the signals that produce sweat.
    Treatment with botox for hyperhidrosis sufferers can achieve a significant improvement in their condition.

  • Personal hygiene

    For some sufferers of hyperhidrosis, specialist deodorants along with changes to their dietary and lifestyle habits can help to alleviate symptoms. However, for some people, these approaches are insufficient.
    Botox is an effective treatment in managing hyperhidrosis, helping patients to feel fresh and confident in their day to day lives.

  • Living with confidence

    Hyperhidrosis can be a debilitating condition as it can affect the sufferer’s decision making regarding their lifestyle choices. Choosing what clothes to wear, what exercise to undertake, where to go on holiday, even whether to hold someone’s hand, can all be influenced by hyperhidrosis.
    By treating excessive sweating with botox, patients can go forward in their lives without the stress and worry that the condition causes.
  • Long-term management

    Whilst botox isn’t a cure for hyperhidrosis, regular treatment is an effective way to manage the condition.

Botox for
hyperhidrosis prices

Talk to us about botox for hyperhidrosis

Upper Face £300
Upper Lip £150
Scalp £450
Underarms £500
Hands £550
Feet £550
Groin/Intimate/Inner leg £550

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The science behind botox
for hyperhidrosis

Patients who are experiencing hyperhidrosis should tell their GP in case it is an indicator of an underlying condition.

There are two types of hyperhidrosis:

Primary hyperhidrosis
Primary hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating that isn’t triggered by specific factors. It is thought that this condition is a result of overactive sweat glands. Primary hyperhidrosis affects approximately 1% of the population (

Secondary hyperhidrosis
This type of hyperhidrosis is a symptom of another condition, or a side effect of treatment.

Botox treatment for hyperhidrosis
Botulinum toxin (botox) injections can control the symptoms of excessive sweating when other treatments and measures have been insufficient.

Botox is injected into the affected area(s) of the skin and works by temporarily blocking the nerve signals that stimulate the sweat glands.

Botox for hyperhidrosis can be administered to help excessive sweating in the upper face and head, underarms, hands, feet and groin. The results last for up to 3-6 months.

Botox for hyperhidrosis
- your questions answered

Meet one of our doctors for a consultation to discuss your treatment options

  • How does botox for hyperhidrosis work?

    Botox, or botulinum toxin, can help with hyperhidrosis by temporarily blocking the nerve signals that stimulate the sweat glands.

  • Who is botox for hyperhidrosis suitable for?

    Botox can be beneficial for patients who suffer from hyperhidrosis, for whom other treatments and measures, such as specialist deodorants, have been unsuccessful.

  • Is botox for hyperhidrosis safe?

    Yes, injections with botox are safe when administered by a reputable medical practitioner. They have minimal side effects. The dosing and administration technique is different from that of botox for anti-ageing.

  • Does botox for hyperhidrosis hurt?

    The needles used for administering botox are very fine, therefore patients tend to feel only a mild stinging sensation that quickly passes.

  • What are the side effects of botox for hyperhidrosis?

    Some patients experience slight swelling, redness and possibly bruising. These effects wear off within a few days.

  • What is the precare and aftercare required?

    Prior to treatment, we advise patients to prepare the skin by keeping hairs in the affected area trimmed or shaved if possible.
    On the day of the appointment, the skin should be kept clean and free of deodorant. You should not drink alcohol and any blood thinners should be withheld on the day of the procedure, as advised by your doctor.
    Following the procedure, keep the area clean and dry and avoid heavy exercise, using a steam room/sauna, smoking and alcohol for 72 hours.

  • What are the benefits of botox for hyperhidrosis?

    The benefits of botox treatment for hyperhidrosis include:
    ● Effective management of excessive sweating
    ● Freshness and confidence
    ● Suitable for the face, underarms, hands, feet and groin areas

  • How long does botox for hyperhidrosis last?

    The effects of botox for hyperhidrosis usually last for 3-6 months.

  • Has botox for hyperhidrosis ever gone wrong?

    Botox for hyperhidrosis is a safe and effective treatment, we do not have any record of significant complications. While in some cases it may not work as effectively, the vast majority of patients report life-changing results.
    The clinicians at Hannah London will discuss the treatment in detail, and advise how the outcome can be optimised for you.

  • What does botox for hyperhidrosis cost?

    Please see above for our price list for hyperhidrosis botox treatment.

Meet one of our doctors for a consultation to discuss your treatment options

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Hannah London

We’re a team of aesthetic and medical specialists lead by Dr Kaywaan Khan. We provide award-winning facial, body and hair treatments to clients across London.

Our ethos is to offer cutting-edge treatments in a luxurious setting, ensuring that you leave our clinic feeling pampered and looking fabulous.