• Using Botox to reduce excessive sweating
  • Medical professionals carrying out your treatment
  • Free Consultations

Hyperhidrosis, more commonly known as excessive sweating, affects about one million people in the UK. It is usually triggered by a hot environment or emotions in areas of the body with a high number of sweat glands, such as the armpits, hands, feet and groin area.

Excess sweating can be solved easily through the use of Botox through reduction of sweat release from sweat glands, leaving you with dry, soft skin regardless of the heat.

Treatments available at NSC Clinics that treat excessive sweating:

How do I know if my sweating is excessive or normal?

If you feel that your sweating is having a negative impact on your daily life and confidence then it will be classed as excessive.

Is hyperhidrosis just in the armpits?

No – hyperhidrosis is most commonly in the armpits, hands and feet, but can occur anywhere on the body.



"I had the hyperhidrosis treatment at NSC Clinics as I have suffered with excessive sweating under my arms for many years. The clinic staff could not have been more friendly and the doctor was so experienced she put me completely at ease. The treatment did not hurt at all for me and the results are outstanding - no more sweating!!! I could not be happier. "



"I have always suffered with excessive sweating and not only did I find this so embarrassing but I also became extremely anxious due to this. When my friend told me about a treatment that could stop excessive sweating I was straight on the internet to find out who could do this treatment in my area. As National Slimming and Cosmetic Clinics were the biggest group of clinics in the UK and had been in business for over 30 years I decided to go to them for a free consultation. At the consultation the doctor explained that she would be injecting Botox into my sweat glands to stop the excessive sweating. I booked in the same day for the treatment and 4 weeks on I feel like a changed person - I am so happy and confident as the sweating has completely stopped!"

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