About Hyperhidross

Sweat is essential to human survival and serves as the body’s coolant, protecting it from overheating.

There are two to four million sweat glands distributed all over our bodies. The majority of them are “eccrine” sweat glands, which are found in large numbers on the soles of the feet, the palms, the forehead and cheeks, and in the armpits.

Eccrine glands secrete an odorless, clear fluid that helps the body to control its temperature by promoting heat loss through evaporation. In general, the type of sweat involved in hyperhidrosis is eccrine sweat.

Both the eccrine and apocrine sweat glands are activated by nerves. These nerves respond to a variety of stimuli by messages from the brain indicating that the body is too hot, hormones, emotional stress, physical activity or exercise.

In people who have excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), the sweat glands (eccrine glands in particular) overreact to stimuli and are just generally overactive, producing more sweat than is necessary. It’s often said that people with hyperhidrosis have sweat glands that are stuck in the “on” position.

Not all excessive sweating is the same. And in fact, sometimes profuse sweating can be a sign of something very serious.



If you suffer from excessive sweating, you may feel like you’ve tried everything. You may have lost hope. Even if you feel this way, please take some time to read through the information on these pages about all the current treatments available for treating hyperhidrosis. We think the things you learn will ignite your optimism.

Evita Clinic use a variable treatments by individuals (affected sweat area, severity, life pattern..)

Sometime, we recommed a antiperspirants and iontophoresis, Oral Medications have been improved and we now know how to make them more effective.

Sometimes, New treatments, like Botulinum Toxin  injections, have started giving relief to those who never thought they’d find it.

Our patinets who are experimenting with combinations of treatments and getting good results.

ETS surgery, although heavily advertised, is reserved for only certain severe cases of palmar hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating of the palms) that have not responded to any of the other treatment options, or combinations of the treatments. Before considering ETS treatment, patients must fully consider and discuss the very real risks of permanent damage and side effects.

Everyone’s experience with this condition is different. So visit & tell to us all your options, explore combinations of your options, adjust techniques, and work with Evita’s doctor to find the best treatments for your individual situation.


Hyperhidrosis treatments have undergone major improvements in recent years. The 2004 FDA approval of Botulinum Toxin injections for the treatment of axillary hyperhidrosis has helped transform the lives of many thousands of sufferers. By “turning off” the process that leads to sweating excessively, Botulinum Toxin treatments allow sufferers to lead more normal lives — free, at least temporarily, from the overwhelming symptoms of hyperhidrosis. Results of Botulinum Toxin injections last about four to six months, and maintenance injections can provide continuous control.


In fact, Iontophoresis have a difficult problem to use daily for foreigner.
This machine is regularly almost every day since it to do.
However, There are various homecare machine abroad.
Evita Clinic can advice on how to use the machine with ease.

  • Iontophoresis (hand or Foot)

  • ₩ 20,000 won = $ 18 (USD) : 1 times

  • Recommend 3 times per week

  • 20~30 minutes

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Feel free to discuss your problems.

If you are using the Seoul subway,
Take the Orange Line (Line 3) and get off at Apgujeong Station.
Come out through exit No. 4.
Go straight for 8-10 minutes (500m).
You can see “Gemma Hair Clinic” on the first floor.
This building is the “Burdamoon Building”.
Evita Clinic is located on the 5th floor.

If you are using a taxi,
Just ask for drop off at ‘Nonhyeon-ro, 815’.

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