Book Now
Get Price List
+44 7718 219 145

Request an Appointment

Download our Price List

  • I have read and understood the clinic terms & conditions and privacy policy.

Excessive Sweating

Excessive sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis, is a condition where sweat glands are over-active. The body normally sweats to regulate body temperature. In hyperhidrosis, however, the sweating is unnecessary and can be embarrassing. The most common areas affected are the scalp, forehead, underarms, hands and feet.

Excessive Sweating

Treatment Options

Botulinum toxin has been used in medical treatments for over 4 decades and was first approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of wrinkles in 1989. It is now one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in the world. Injections of Botulinum toxin are commonly used to treat excessive sweating. The treatment involves small injections of the toxin to block the production of sweat. The treatment is done with numbing cream and the results last for approximately 4 months.

Morpheus 8 is a device that combines microneedling with radiofrequency heat energy. Recent clinical studies have shown that radiofrequency microneedling can target the sweat glands and reduce their activity, thereby reducing excess sweating. Research indicates that the procedure is safe and that results are longer lasting that with Botulinum toxin. 

SecretRF works by precisely inserting small needles into different depths of the skin, creating microchannels, with the subsequent delivery of radiofrequency heat energy that targets the sweat glands and reduces their activity, thereby reducing excess sweating. Research indicates that the procedure is safe and that results are longer lasting that with Botulinum toxin.

Latest Stories

Biohacking to reverse cellular ageing

Read

Biohacking to reverse cellular ageing

Request an Appointment

Book Now