How it works
miraDry® is a short and simple treatment to bid good bye to sweating issues within an hour
Maximum comfort level assured with administered local anaesthesia during the treatment.
Temporary tattoo markings to prep the skin for the treatment
The inked area is then treated with miraDry® for a sweat-free odourless underarm
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Steps to Sweat Free
The Science behind miraDry™
The treatment is pretty simple. The miraDry® system targets and eliminates the odorous sweat glands in the underarms utilizing thermal energy. Once the glands are eradicated, they do not regrow, keeping you free from sweat, stains and stress!
Do not worry! You are not alone. There are approximately 37 million in the U.S and over 3 million in Canada who suffer from excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis. miraDry® treatment is the most simple and painless method for a permanent solution.
Do I not need to sweat?
Not necessarily only from your underarms. The human body contains approximately 2 – 4 Million sweat glands across the body while only 2% are in the underarm. Eliminating 2% of sweat glands does not affect your body’s ability to cool itself. The miraDry® treatment provides the best solution to eliminate these sweat glands for a dry, sweat-free underarm but will continue to perspire normally elsewhere in your body.
Stressing over sweat?
You are not alone. There are 37 million people in the United States who suffer from excessive sweat and/or hyperhidrosis. Fortunately, miraDry offers a permanent solution. Take a quick survey to see if miraDry is right for you.
Of course, miraDry is safe and has been used in over 140,000 treatments worldwide with an excellent safety record. FDA and Health Canada approves miraDry to reduce underarm sweat in just one appointment.
Very mild soreness or swelling may occur and will typically clear within a few days. Some may have short term altered sensation in their underarm skin or upper arm which gradually disappears.
miraDry is for anyone who is troubled by underarm sweat and/or has been diagnosed with axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating in the underarms).