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Does Botox Actually Work for Underarm Sweat? Cameran Eubanks Weighs In
The Southern Charm mama tried out this trick — and now she's dishing on if it worked for her hyperhidrosis.
Cameran Eubanks may seem cool, calm and collected when you watch her on Southern Charm. But what you may not realize is that the Charleston mom has suffered from a medical condition almost her entire life. Cameran has been open up about hyperhidrosis, which means that she sweats more than the average person. And she recently chatted with The Lookbook and explained how she manages the problem (which you can learn more about here).
"You learn little tricks along the way to make it easier for you. Typically I carry tissues with me in my purse or paper towels, if its really bad to soak up the sweat," she explained. "I typically look for clothes that have wider arm holes, if you can believe it, so you don't see sweat stains. I also tend to not spend a lot of money on clothes cause I don't want to buy nice things that are inevitably going to get ruined due to my excessive perspiration. Also [I buy clothes that are] dark colors — you just kind of learn ways to help manage it."
One of those ways is by getting Botox injections in areas where she sweats a lot. But, that method came with an interesting side effect. "I've tried many products — from Botox to different antiperspirants," she said, before revealing what happened when she gave Botox a try. "It did work. The disadvantages were it was extremely painful and they have to administer a decent amount of Botox for it to work. And, for me, it caused me to sweat elsewhere so... that's not fun, that's not cute."
Cameran has also devised another method to deal with the issue on days when she's shooting her interviews featured on Southern Charm.
"It's really hard being on TV, picking out clothes. Especially when we do our green screen interviews," she said. "Stuff like anxiety will typically exasperates the problem. So when I'm doing my green screen interviews, it just pours out. And I typically have to buy two of whatever shirt I'm going to wear so I can have an extra one to change into."