Botox: More Than Just Cosmetic

Everyone knows about Botox for the treatment of fine lines and wrinkles. Botox, short for botulism toxin, is so common that it’s become part of our everyday lexicon. Every cosmetic dermatologist or facial plastic surgeon worth his or her salt will offer Botox injections for a smoother, younger face. However, Botox can be used in other ways as well.

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Botox for Hyperhidrosis

San Diego Botox injections are offered at Cosmetic Laser Dermatology for both wrinkles and another, unexpected use: excessive sweating. Excessive sweating, otherwise known as hyperhidrosis, is a condition that causes a person to sweat more than usual for no apparent reason. This condition can be embarrassing and can cause undue stress and tension at social gatherings or in professional situations.

Luckily, there is a safe and effective method to treat this condition that doesn’t even require surgery. Botox is a quick, painless, and effective treatment. Injecting Botox into the affected areas can prevent the nerves from fueling the excessive sweating. Many areas of the body can be affected by this embarrassing condition, and Botox can be used to treat all of them, from the underarms to the hands and feet.

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Botox Treatment in San Diego

There’s no need to suffer from excessive sweating anymore. Feel more confident in your social and professional interactions with the reassurance that you won’t attract attention with unsightly sweat stains. Handshakes no longer need to be a cause of anxiety. Wear any type of shoe you want without fear of fungal infection caused by sweat. Visit www.clderm.com and schedule a consultation with a board-certified leading dermatologist at Cosmetic Laser Dermatology today.

San Diego Botox is not just for cosmetic, anti-aging purposes. Find out how to treat your excessive sweating by using Botox and schedule a consultation today!

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