Also known as excessive sweating, hyperhidrosis is a condition that affects people of all ages. The condition relates to sweating that may not be related to heat or exercise and it isn’t confined to the armpits. Excessive sweating can affect the face, soles of the feet, hands and chest.


In some cases, hyperhidrosis is severe enough that the sufferer is regularly drenched and sweat soaks through their clothes. Aside from disrupting daily routine, excessive sweating can cause stress and anxiety. Luckily, there is a safe way to stop hyperhidrosis.


There can be many factors that cause excessive sweating, with one possible factor being an issue with the part of the nervous system that controls the sweat gland. This is referred to as primary hyperhidrosis.

hyperhidrosis sweating treatment

At The Aesthetics Doctor, we offer depth advice and guidance on hyperhidrosis treatment and other cosmetic procedures. Whether you have a question about a type of treatment or the causes of a specific condition, we’re here to provide peace of mind.


We offer bespoke hyperhidrosis treatment in Cheshire, Manchester and Leeds.

How to Treat Hyperhidrosis?

Hyperhidrosis Toxin Injection

Cosmetic treatment for excessive sweating involves injecting a neuromuscular toxin into the specified area. The toxin blocks the nerves that cause sweating, paralysing them temporarily.


This procedure can be tailored to fit individual needs and is effective across all areas of the body. So, whether you’re sweating from your face or armpits, hyperhidrosis toxin treatment is a versatile procedure.


Plus, the results of the treatment last up to 12 months and there’s no downtime needed after the procedure.


Oral Medication

Another method for treating excessive sweating is to be prescribed an oral medication that contains a compound like glycopyrrolate.


It’s important to note that these pills to stop hyperhidrosis may cause side effects such as dry mouth or dizziness, so it’s always better to check with a professional to see what kind of treatment you’re best suited to.


If seeking medical treatment for hyperhidrosis, you may be prescribed an antiperspirant cream to be applied to the skin. This kind of medication works by sweat dissolving the antiperspirant particles and dragging them into the pores to provide a temporary plug.


Prescription antiperspirants usually contain aluminium chloride, though be aware that this ingredient can cause skin irritation. If you need more information about antiperspirants, then don’t hesitate to speak to a professional who can provide more guidance.

At The Aesthetic Doctor, You're in Safe Hands

We offer a range of hyperhidrosis treatment to immediately improve the appearance of your skin and give you back all the confidence you need to feel beautiful.


At The Aesthetics Doctor, we have already performed thousands of injectable procedures, and Dr Ahmed is constantly revolutionising and changing the beauty industry.


We pride ourselves on patient care and experience and we are always happy to welcome our patients to our clinics in London, Leeds, and Cheshire.


Book your hyperhidrosis consultation today or request a call back to discuss your beauty concerns with our friendly staff.

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