The Island of Oahu, Hawaii can be described as: beautiful, tropical, exotic, and a true paradise. Although Oahu is very beautiful, it can also be very hot. With humid weather comes the troublesome of excessive sweat that we all dread.
Unwanted sweating can cause strong body odor, discomfort, sweat stains, and can put a damper on any man or woman’s self-confidence.
What if there was a solution to help with the embarrassment of excessive underarm sweat? miraDry is the only Non-Surgical FDA-cleared aesthetic treatment to help improve underarm sweating or hyperhidrosis, helping patients reduce the need for deodorants and anti-antiperspirants.
Benefits of miraDry
Permanent reduction of underarm sweat glands
Little-to- no down time
Immediate, lasting outcomes
Boost in confidence
Large reduction in odor since odor glands are also reduced
Free of toxins and harsh chemicals except pre-procedure numbing agents
Hair reduction in treated areas
How does it work?
miraDry uses focused microwave energy that is the ideal wavelength for safely reducing the
sweat and odor glands in the underarm. It Non-Surgically targets the area where the glands reside
and safely destroys them while cooling the skin from the heat.
Wait — don’t I need sweat glands?
Not on your underarms! You are born with approximately 2 million sweat glands and your
underarms contain only 2% of those glands.
Is the miraDry procedure painless?
Local anesthesia will be administered to the underarm prior to treatment. Most patients
experience little-to- no pain. Patients rated treatment pain on an average score of 2 on a scale
from 1 to 10, 10 being very painful.
Is it safe?
Yes, miraDry has been used in over 150,000 treatments worldwide with an excellent safety
record. It was FDA Cleared in 2011.
How much does miraDry cost?
Our team will be more than happy to go over pricing options during your complimentary
Call us today! Don’t suffer any longer!
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