Methods with surgical intervention
Botulinum-Toxin A (Botox)
Botulinomotoxin A is a naturally occurring bacterial protein. It’s also toxic.
However, there are many reports of success and users who are content.
But where does the sweat go?
Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy
A surgical separation of the nerves which are responsible for the flow of sweat.
Local sweat gland excision
Removal of the affected skin area plus the corresponding sweat glands.
Liposuction – suction-assisted removal of the sweat glands
A tried and tested possibility with specialized doctors. But where should the perspiration go instead? Has attention been paid to the danger of compensatory perspiration on your back or your face? I’ve read reports in which even a second liposuction did not solve the problem. However, there are many positive reports about liposuction.
We have to sweat, just not so much. But to just turn it off completely? And irreversibly? In reports from sufferers I have read that compensatory perspiration is often a problem. First they suffer under their arms and then later perhaps on their backs.
I have yet to find more methods. I’d also like to call attention to the fact that my information about perspiration does NOT substitute a doctor’s advice.
I could not find a perspiration method that helped me (among the methods that I even wanted to try). That’s how I came up with the idea to stop preventing the inevitable and just go ahead and sweat. That’s where the name of our product comes from: laulas® (from German “laufen lassen” = let it flow).
But I had to let it flow in such a way that you couldn’t see it.
This is perhaps not a solution to the original problem (I’m still searching for that) but it’s a perfect solution for everyday use.
This solution can be found under laulas® usage