Recently, netizens have witnessed Chris's armpit botox injections. Taiken on Instagram For those who are abnormally sweating but not related to heat or exercise, or simply don't want to sweat in their armpits, this treatment may also help. However, you should fully understand the process before you decide to do so.
Excessive sweating may not be what most people want. But it is actually a fairly common problem. About two to three percent of Americans are experiencing excessive underarm sweating, which often begins in their late teens. Excessive sweating, though, does not necessarily mean people with underlying health problems. But excessive underarm sweating is still a problem for many. The most common side effect of excessive sweating is the low self-confidence of the patient.
Although it has long been used for antiperspirants, Botox, which was approved by the FDA in 2004 to treat hyperhidrosis, may be a more effective long-term solution. Normally, the nervous system stimulates the sweat glands to function as the body temperature rises. When Botox is injected directly into the body that is sweating, the overactive nerves are disrupted. Symptoms usually start after ten days and last for 6-8 months when the nervous system doesn't send a signal to the sweat glands. Sweat will not come out.