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Excessive Sweating

At our aesthetic clinic, we offer a variety of hyperhidrosis treatments that can help you get the relief you need. Our treatments are safe, effective, and affordable. We also offer a free consultation so you can learn more about your options and find the treatment that's right for you.



Excessive sweating is a natural occurrence in all of us and common in both men and women. It can be embarrassing and significantly impact our daily lives.


However, this problem can be easily addressed with Botox® injections. Botox® treatment is a life-changing solution that effectively prevents sweat production, saving us from the embarrassment caused by armpit patches. The results of this hyperhidrosis treatment are visible within a week and can last up to 9 months.

In addition to Botox® for hyperhidrosis, there are various treatments available for different areas of the body. Palmar hyperhidrosis, characterized by excessive sweating of the hands, can also be effectively treated. Hyperhidrosis treatment for hands may involve Botox® injections or other modalities.

Furthermore, Botox® is not limited to armpit or hand sweating. It can be used for hyperhidrosis treatment in different areas like the feet. 

PRICE - £395



What is hyperhidrosis?
Hyperhidrosis is a condition characterized by excessive sweating beyond what is considered normal. It can occur in various parts of the body, such as the armpits, hands, feet, or face.


What are the causes of hyperhidrosis?
The exact causes of hyperhidrosis are not fully understood. However, it can be attributed to overactive sweat glands or a malfunction in the nervous system that controls sweating.


What are the symptoms of hyperhidrosis?
The primary symptom of hyperhidrosis is uncontrollable sweating, which can occur even in cool temperatures or during rest. It can lead to persistent wetness, skin irritation, and emotional distress.


How is hyperhidrosis diagnosed?
A medical professional can diagnose hyperhidrosis through a physical examination and by discussing your symptoms and medical history. In some cases, additional tests, such as sweat tests, may be conducted to determine the severity and location of the sweating.


How is hyperhidrosis treated?
Hyperhidrosis can be effectively treated using various methods. Options include Botox® injections, iontophoresis (a process that uses electrical currents), and in severe cases, ETS surgery (a surgical procedure to interrupt the nerve signals that trigger sweating).


What are the side effects of hyperhidrosis treatments?
Side effects of hyperhidrosis treatments are typically minimal. However, common side effects may include temporary muscle weakness, skin irritation, discomfort, or numbness. It's important to discuss potential side effects with your healthcare provider.


What are the best treatments for hyperhidrosis?
The best treatment for hyperhidrosis depends on the severity and location of the sweating. Botox® injections are commonly recommended for armpit and craniofacial hyperhidrosis.


Where can I get hyperhidrosis treatment?
Hyperhidrosis treatment is available at reputable aesthetic clinics or medical centers. It's advisable to seek treatment from qualified healthcare professionals with experience in treating hyperhidrosis.


Can hyperhidrosis be cured?
While there is no known cure for hyperhidrosis, various treatments can effectively manage the condition and significantly reduce excessive sweating. Regular treatments can provide long-lasting relief and greatly improve the quality of life for individuals with hyperhidrosis.


What are the risks of hyperhidrosis treatment?
Hyperhidrosis treatments, such as Botox® injections or surgical procedures like ETS surgery, carry certain risks. These can include temporary muscle weakness, skin irritation, discomfort, or potential surgical complications. It's important to discuss the risks and benefits of each treatment option with your healthcare provider before making a decision.

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