Sweating

what is excess sweating?

Why do I sweat

Excess Sweating is medically known as hyperhidrosis and is often a very debilitating, embarrassing condition, causing a person to sweat excessively and much more than the body needs to in order to regulate its temperature. It is fairly common in the UK, with a suspected one million sufferers.

The most commonly affected area is the underarms, comprising 50 percent of reported cases. However, hyperhidrosis can affect many parts of the body, including hands, feet and the face.

At sk:n we offer the most advanced technology and treatments to beat excessive sweating. We offer a free consultation with a doctor who will build your personal treatment plan.

I've suffered from excess sweating since I was a teenager; being fresh & dry all day long is a dream come true.

Treatment For excess Sweating

We highly recommend you attend a free, no obligation consultation. Here your doctor might discuss:

BOTOX® Injections

An injection of this protein preparation into the area to be treated is currently the most effective, clinically proven treatment available. Injected in very small doses it blocks the nerves that supply the eccrine glands, preventing them from producing sweat. The treatment takes only 30-45 minutes.

Hypernidrosis  - How Does It Work

Injecting BOTOX® into the sweat glands on your forehead and underarms to treat hyperhidrosis is FDA and MHRA (US Food and Drug Administration, UK Medicines and Products Healthcare Regulatory Agency) approved.

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