Excessive Sweating

Excessive sweating is a condition known as Hyperhidrosis. It is which the body sweats more than it needs to in order to achieve an optimal body temperature. It affects roughly 900,000 people in the Canadian population, where 300,000 people have a severe form of the disorder. People with this condition will sweat without any trigger such as exercise. It can also be caused by medical conditions such as menopause or hyperthyroidism. Hyperhidrosis mostly occurs in the areas of:

  • underarms,
  • hands,
  • feet, and face.

This condition can lead to a decrease in quality of life as it affects your productivity, confidence and social life. Not many people know that this is a treatable condition and therefore do not seek medical help for it. At Medical Spa Club in Richmond, B.C., one way to treat this problem is with the use of neuromodulators. Our doctor uses Botulinum Toxins to inject beneath the skin with a minute amount where it is then absorbed by nerve cells to block neurotransmitters that encourage sweating.

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Call us at 604-284-5501 for any questions or book online for a consultation with our doctor to discuss your needs and options. No obligation to proceed with any treatment or service – just information so you can decide later when you want some changes. We are all happy to assist you every step of the way.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Stop Excessive Sweating?

We sweat to regulate our optimal body temperature. In some people, they sweat for no reason at all. One of the solutions is the use of neuromodulators to be injected beneath the skin with a minute amount where it is then absorbed by nerve cells to block neurotransmitters that encourage sweating.

Schedule a consultation and come in for a personalized consultation and we will discuss with you the solution and expected results.

What Is The Best Treatment For Excessive Sweating?

There are several medical treatments for Hyperhidrosis. One of the solutions is the use of neuromodulators to be injected beneath the skin with a minute amount where it is then absorbed by nerve cells to block neurotransmitters that encourage sweating.

Feel free to book your consultation with us at our Richmond clinic to discuss your options.