Katie Price having Botox jabs to stop sweating
Katie Price has reportedly started having Botox injections in a bid to stop her sweating.
The 37-year-old TV personality pays between £100 and £500 a session for the treatment, which is typically used to combat hyperhidrosis, a condition that causes excessive sweating.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "It's quite weird, but Katie loves it. She's always been curious about the latest beauty trends, and immediately liked the sound of this one."
Although Katie has previously moaned about suffering night-time sweats, she is not actually believed to suffer from the condition, which affects approximately three per cent of the population.
Instead, 'Loose Women' panellist Katie is reportedly getting the injections purely for hygiene and cosmetic reasons.
The source told The Sun newspaper: "The last thing she wants is for her fans to see her hot and bothered on TV. The injections will ensure she looks her best at all times."
During an episode of the daytime ITV show, Katie confessed she has been suffering from night sweats and has been waking up "soaking wet" every morning.
Katie admitted she doesn't know what's wrong with her, although at one point she feared she was starting early menopause.
She said: "I'm having sweaty nights, I've asked these guys, 'Am I on the change?' I keep getting cold sweats and I wake up and I'm just soaking wet."