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Botox to treat hyperhidrosis ‘was worth every penny’


Could Botox help your hyperhidrosis?Anyone thinking of getting Botox to treat excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) may be encouraged after one patient said it had worked perfectly.

Hair stylist Amy Jerrard told WECT News that she used to feel terribly self-conscious because every time she was near hot instruments, a damp patch would develop under her arms.

This was negatively affecting her self-confidence and her performance at work, as she felt unwilling to lift her arms in case her clients saw.

Ms Jerrard decided to have Botox under her arms and she reported that the change has been phenomenal, as she now sweats no more than the average person.

She revealed she intends to have it again if her hyperhidrosis returns and said it was "worth every penny".

Dr Michael Persky recently told the Orange County Register he often uses Botox in cases of teenage hyperhidrosis, as it can provide great results at a time when the condition could cause acute embarrassment.

Lindsay Lohan’s dad gets Botox


Michael Lohan has had Botox.Lindsay Lohan's dad has had Botox treatment on his face, it has been revealed.

The father of the Hollywood starlet – who fell out with her at one time but now seems to be back in her good books – took a camera crew with him to film him and his girlfriend having the procedure.

According to, the pair both seemed to be pleased with the results of the Botox injections, which were carried out by Dr Michael Persky in Los Angeles.

Lohan had been talking about changing his image in front of the press, but he did not mention having Botox in order to do so!

Meanwhile, Lindsay Lohan had to have emergency dentistry to remove some teeth that were giving her pain last month, stated.

A source close to the actress said she had been forced to have them removed, but was being brave and shunning painkillers afterwards.

Liz McClarnon: I had Botox to stop excessive sweating


Liz McClarnon has had Botox.Former Atomic Kitten Liz McClarnon has revealed she recently had Botox to prevent excessive sweating.

The 29-year-old, who once won Celebrity Masterchef, told ITV1’s This Morning she had a secret to share before making her cosmetic surgery revelation.

“I got some [Botox] the other day! It was amazing! I actually got some in my armpits to stop me sweating,” she commented.

However, McClarnon added that she also gave a little Botox in her forehead a try too, in order to beat the onset of wrinkles.

The singer has recently been concentrating on television work after shooting to fame as one-third of Atomic Kitten in 1999.

Earlier this month, Dr Michael Persky told the Orange County Register Botox is excellent for excessive sweating, which is also known as hyperhidrosis.

He said the treatment is particularly useful for teenage sufferers of the condition, who may otherwise lose their confidence and worry constantly about how to cover it up.

Botox ‘is excellent for excessive sweating’


Botox could help with hyperhidrosis. Botox has been recommended as a great treatment for excessive sweating by a pair of healthcare practitioners, particularly for younger people.

Speaking to the Orange County Register, Dr Michael Persky said he often uses Botox in cases of teenage hyperhidrosis, which is excessive sweating under the arms or on the palms.

“Excessive sweating impacts these teens during the most formative years of their lives. The treatment helps them socially as well as in school,” he explained.

Dr Vince Afsahi, a dermatologist, agreed and told the news provider he has also used Botox in these cases with impressive results.

The medic highlighted one instance in which a guitar player got his hyperhidrosis under control prior to a world tour, resulting in better performances.

According to a study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, about three percent of the North American population suffer from hyperhidrosis.

Earlier this week, Vanguard recommended Botox as effective and minimally disruptive treatment, as long as it is carried out by a qualified practitioner.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800028612-ADNFCR

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