Hyperhidrosis Treatment2019-08-07T13:01:12+01:00

Project Description


Hyperhidrosis Treatment

Hyperhidrosis is the condition of sweating excessively, which can cause embarrassment to you, the sufferer. Examples of it would be sweating excessively whilst merely sitting at your desk in work or constantly having clammy hands.

It’s different to the sweating during exercise or physical activities, which regulates your body temperature.
The use of Botox for Hyperhidrosis is a proven, safe and effective treatment, which takes minutes and lasts for months – in fact, success rates are almost 100% and the treatment positively transforms many patients lives.

Hyperhidrosis can affect:

• the underarms and leave sweat marks on tops and shirts
• the palms of the hands causing overly clammy and damp hands
• the soles of the feet causing shoes to slip and slide

More Information on Botox: https://refineclinic.ie/portfolio/anti-wrinkle-injections-2/


Consultation Fee


The fee is payable at the time of making your booking. This initial €60 will then be deducted from your total treatment charge, as long as your treatment is carried out within six months of your consultation date.

Cancellations for consultations must be made at least 24 hours in advance of your appointment. If you cancel within 24 hours of your consultation appointment, €60 will be charged.

Hyperhidrosis Treatment Price

Underarms, Soles or Palms    €500

2 Areas                                        €900

3 Areas                                        €1,300

Who will be looking after me?

Dr. Natalia Bratu will be your aesthetician. She will talk you through the process and will give you breaks through the procedure if you need to stop at any point. The treatment takes about 30 minutes.

Am I suitable for Treatment?

A small number of people are not suitable for treatment due to, pre-existing medical conditions, lifestyle or current physical condition. At your consultation stage Dr. Bratu will be able to tell you if you are suitable for treatment.

In Refine Clinic, there is no pressure for our clients to go ahead with any treatment until they are ready, so there is no problem if you decide to take time to consider your treatment options and return to us another day.


A contraindication is a specific situation in which a drug, procedure, or surgery should not be used because it may be harmful to the person.

This will be thoroughly discussed with you during your consultation.

What can be done to reduce excessive sweating?

Firstly, it is advisable to have a full health check to ensure it’s not a hormonal issue that is causing the excessive sweating. Also check that it’s not a dietary factor by filling out a food diary to identify times the sweating is worse – you may find a correlation with your excessive sweating and some food you eat. Did you know that, for example, adding ginger to meals/juices can cause you to sweat more than normal?

If it’s clearly none of the above then we can help by treating with Botulinum Toxin Type A.

What happens during the procedure?

Before your first injection, Dr Natalia will apply anaesthetic cream to the area to be treated. Icing may also help to numb the area. Botulinum toxin type A (the same product used in anti-wrinkle injections) is injected, using a fine needle, into the sweat glands just under the skin that are responsible for the excessive sweating. For some people this treatment can be painful as it is a sensation that they may have never experienced before. It’s not a regular occurence to receive injections into their underarm, palms or soles of feet.

You may take paracetamol prior to your treatment, but never aspirin or products containing aspirin as this will thin the blood.


  • Avoid applying deodorant, creams, lotions (other than those ,if any, agreed by Dr. Bratu) for at least 24 hours
  • Avoid shaving, waxing, laser treatment for at least 48 hours (please let Dr. Bratu know if you intend to remove hair in the days following treatment)
  • Avoid drinking alcohol for at least 5 days
  • Avoid vigorous exercise (i.e. any exercise that makes you sweat) for 48-72 hours
  • Wear loose fitting clothes to avoid irritation of the underarm
  • Avoid applying creams, lotions (other than those, if any, agreed by Dr. Bratu) for at least 24 hours.
  • Avoid manicures for at least 5 days and do not massage hands
  • Wash your hands with cool water and use a light soap, if necessary, for at least 24 hours.
  • Avoid driving/cycling immediately after treatment as your hands may be quite sensitive. If your hands are still sore the next day driving/cycling may need to be avoided for your safety.
  • Be aware of anaesthetic effects when washing hands, holding cups of tea/coffee straight after treatment – the water may be hot and you may not be able to feel the heat fully
  • Be aware of all the everyday activities that you use your hands for e.g. washing your hair. Plan ahead so that you don’t need to wash your hair the day of your procedure
  • Avoid drinking alcohol for at least 5 days
  • Avoid applying creams, lotions (other than those ,if any, agreed by Dr. Bratu) for at least 24 hours
  • Avoid pedicures for at least 5 days and do not massage feet.
  • Avoid drinking alcohol for at least 5 days
  • Avoid vigorous exercise (i.e. any exercise that makes you sweat) for 48-72 hours
  • Wear comfortable shoes – it is not advisable to wear new shoes or high heels post-treatment