Sweaty armpits is not a good way to start O Week at university. Needless to say I looked like a Goth dressed in black. By the way, for all those who have no idea in regards to bad underarm sweating- that’s the colour of choice. During high school I tried the usual stuff like chemist deodorants and Driclor. Nothing worked. I gave up. Then I gave injections a go when it was on Medicare.
I wasn’t going to spend over a grand, but Sweat Free Specialists provided treatments at a super price. I get 3-4 months out of each treatment. I know the average underarm sweater gets 6 months, but I can’t complain cause it works.
Most patients will receive at least 5-6 months of underarm sweat relief with injections. Having said that, some patients only receive 2 months remission, whilst others have 9 months. I cannot determine the remission rate without the performing the procedure first. The success rate is in the order of 95%, and most patients will have a marked reduction in underarm sweating within the first two weeks of treatment. The recent Medicare and PBS listing has helped many student afford this simple, yet effective procedure.
Dr Davin S. Lim‹ back to index