Hyperhidrosis and Hot Flush

Types of Hyperhidrosis

  • Local Hyperhidrosis

    Local Hyperhidrosis

    Excessive sweating on particular parts of body such as
    palms, foot, armpit, and face are considered as local hyperhidrosis.
    It can be caused by stress or emotions.
    Although, it is not a serious health problem, specific area such as
    underarm where apocrine gland is distributed may cause bad
    odor when it is infected, therefore proper treatment is strongly advised.

  • General Hyperhidrosis

    General Hyperhidrosis

    Secondary hyperhidrosis is when the patient sweats
    all over the body.
    It is usually caused by body type, medication,
    or diseases such as Basedow’s disease, diabetes,
    Hyperpituitarism, nervous disease,
    and hormone imbalance.

Treatment Methods

  • Method 2

    Other Treatment Methods

    Internal Medicine Treatment

    Taking oral drug or applying local ointment could be another approach to treat hyperhidrosis. You may find quicker
    result but usually the effect is temporary with the possibility of side effect, so it is recommended to be used on only
    special cases.

    Method 3

    This is the most effective surgery treatment especially for patients who does not have satisfactory results
    for hyperhidrosis from other treatment methods. However, there could be side effects such as compensatory
    hyperhidrosis on the other body parts.

Hot Flush

What is Hot Flush?

If your face easily turns red and if the symptom persists for a long time, then it is considered as Hot Flush.
You may seek a medical advise if the symptom bothers everyday activity.

There are various causes of Hot flush, so you should first determine cause before starting a treatment.
Also, customized treatment considering skin condition, blood vessel size or skin elasticity
for individual patients is required. Thus, thorough consultation with the physician is highly recommended
to choose the best suitable method.

  • persists
    for a long time

  • various

  • customized

Causes of Hot Flush

  • Puberty and Menopause

    Puberty and

  • UV Light

    UV Light

  • Acne Scar

    Acne Scar

  • Medication


  • Physical Issue

    Physical Issue

Treatment Methods

  • Method 1

    Method 1


    If hot flush and acne have same cause, then patients having hot flush would go through causal treatment using
    medication. The physician will follow up treatment procedure and progress to check if hot flush gets better.
    If red face remains with no improvement, laser treatment will be added along with the medication.

  • Method 2

    Method 2

    Injection Method

    PRP Injection : Skin rejuvenation using autologous blood

    PRP stands for Platelet-rich Plasma which has been enriched with platelets. Plasma extracted from own blood is
    injected for rejuvenation. Having PRP injection after laser treatment may maximize the effect of this treatment
    since growth factors in platelet help skin regeneration.

    Method 3
    Baby Injection : Collagen and elastin production

    This method injects growth factors into dermis layer of skin using MTS. It is very effective in collagen/elastin
    production and maintenance of cyto function as this supplies nutrition to cyto.