Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating) Treatment2020-03-14T18:49:53+00:00

Everybody sweats. Sweating is a natural body function that helps us stay cool when we are in danger of overheating. However, if your sweating is becoming excessive, or you are sweating when you do not need to, you may be suffering from hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis can be embarrassing for sufferers to live with, especially if even prescription deodorants fail to keep the affected area dry.

Patients being treated for excessive sweating


What does the treatment do?

Fortunately, at Dermasurge, we offer hyperhidrosis excessive sweating treatment for reducing excessive sweating, allowing patients to live an ordinary life free of unsightly damp patches. The use of some popular medical drugs for antiaging solutions or tightening sagging skin is well documented, but what patients may not realise is how effective such drugs also can be at treating hyperhidrosis. Treatments to blocks the nerve impulses to the sweat glands, preventing them from producing sweat until the effects wear off can be done after a thorough consultation with Dr Hiba, our resident consultant dermatologist at Dermasurge Clinic

At Dermasurge, all aesthetic treatments, including hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) treatments, are performed by consultant dermatologist Dr Hiba Injibar. Prior to treatment patients are required to undergo an in-depth consultation so that a detailed, bespoke treatment plan may be agreed upon.

Frequently Asked Questions

How soon will I see results from the Hyperhidrosis treatment?2020-06-24T16:14:03+01:00

Injectables needs some time to take effect, with patients noticing a gradual improvement in the symptoms of hyperhidrosis after around 10 days. Most patients notice up to 80% reduction in sweating after receiving injectable treatment.

How long do results last for?2020-06-24T19:30:20+01:00

Injectable treatments for hyperhidrosis usually lasts between 6 and 8 months. After which time, a repeat treatment is necessary to maintain results.

Can I get injectables for hyperhidrosis?2020-06-24T15:40:45+01:00

Injectables are suitable for many patients, though, during your consultation, Dr Injibar will check your medical history to be sure that there are no contraindications for treatment. Injectables should be avoided if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

What is the downtime?2020-06-24T19:29:12+01:00

There is little downtime associated with injectable treatments. Most patients can return to normal immediately after treatment.

Are there any side effects?2020-01-24T23:25:51+00:00

Patients may experience redness, tenderness, swelling or itching in the treatment areas as a result of the injections. However, this will subside within a few days. More serious side effects should be seen to by a medical professional as soon as possible.

Patient Reviews

“I am so glad I came to Dr. Hiba, I didn’t know what I wanted, however, my skin felt tired, old, and grey. She immediately put my mind at ease. She helped me with a skincare regime that worked! My treatment quick, painless – and results fantastic. Very happy, can’t recommend her enough.”

Peter, Surrey

“As my skin is aging, Dr. Hiba is helping me improve and maintain the texture of my skin in ways that are very natural looking and age appropriate. Dr. Hiba is so professional and took the time to explain the process and ensured she wouldn’t freeze my face. Dr. Hiba is very easy to communicate with (as is her staff) and I am genuinely looking forward to having my procedures done.”

Leesa W, London, Your Content Goes Here

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