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Getting Rid Of Excessive Sweat For Good

Fox News, Philadelphia, PA
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Medical Reports: No Sweat

WSVN News, Miami/Fort Lauderdale Florida
Friday, February 15, 2013
2 News KTVN RENO KTVN DT - logo
A new procedure helps you keep dry

KTVN News, Reno, NV
January 3, 2013
WINK news NOW - logoNaples doctor offers new procedure
for underarm sweating

Wink News Now, FL
November 12, 2012
abc news - logoNew option available to treat severe perspiration
ABC San Francisco, CA
September 6, 2012
abc news - logoNew Treatment helping over-sweating sufferers
ABC Fresno, CA
Sept 3, 2012
New Treatment for Excessive Sweating

Fox Leawood, KS
Aug 31, 2012
abc - Good Morning America
Excessive Sweating Targeted by New Procedure

Good Morning America
Aug 20, 2012
WCVB TV BOSTONNew treatment promises relief
for excessive perspirers

The Boston Channel WCVB
Aug 6, 2012
Woman tries miraDry treatment for excessive sweating

Fox Detroit
Aug 2, 2012
TODAY - logo
The Latest Cosmetic Procedures – miraDry

Today Show
July 26, 2012
Windy-City LIVENo more sweat! Dr. Carolyn Jacob
Windy City Live
June 25, 2012
abc news - logoLocal treatment promises sweaty armpit cure
ABC Channel 7
June 20, 2012
TODAY - logo
New treatment zaps away sweat problems

Today Show on MSNBC
June 20, 2012
the orange county REGISTERToo much sweat? Here’s a way to zap it
Orange County Register
May 11, 2012
Technology eliminates sweating

Fox News
April 11, 2012
The miraDry Treatment Promises
To Dry Up Excess Sweat

Fox Charlotte, NC
March 29, 2012
WFAA.com - logoSweat! Treatment aims to
shut down underarm stains

WFAA, Dallas, TX
February 3, 2012
miraDry stops excessive sweating

The Doctors
February 2, 2012
abc news - logoExcessive sweating? Try new medical procedure
ABC Local News, Channel 7, Los Angeles
December 6, 2011
Local 10 wplg
Therapy To Treat Excessive Sweating

Local 10 News at 5, WPLG, Miami
September 20, 2011
4 WWLTV.com - logoDon’t Sweat It: New technological
breakthrough to help over-sweating

WWL-TV, New Orleans, LA
June 7, 2011
abc news - logoHealthbeat Report: No Sweat
ABC 7 News, WLS-TV, Chicago, IL
May 12, 2011


the beauty expert allure

No Sweat

miraDry is a new treatment that uses microwave technology to treat excessive underarm sweating. Only a local anesthetic is required before treatment. After miraDry, patients may experience mild soreness or swelling, although this is temporary. According to numerous studies, miraDry reduces underarm sweating by 82 percent and lasts over a year. Read full article HERE


Sweat-free Summer:Miradry’s Miracle Treatment

FDA-approved since 2011, miraDry is an innovative treatment that permanently remedies excessive underarm sweating. While sweating is the body’s natural cool-down mechanism, the sweat glands under each underarm comprise only a small portion of the body’s sweat glands, making miraDry a safe option for individuals seeking a lasting solution for their underarm sweating. Patients that have undergone miraDry appreciate significantly reduced levels of underarm sweating, even in the summer! Read full article HERE

WBTV on your side

Stop excessive sweating

When a person suffers from excessive underarm sweating, it can destroy their social life and overall self-confidence. miraDry can help people with excessive underarm sweating stop worrying about sweating and start enjoying life. This minimally-invasive treatment requires only two sessions, during which the patient’s underarms are numbed. Read full article HERE

The Palm Beach Post

No-sweat solution for embarrassing underarm condition

For people with excessive underarm sweating, countless dress shirts are ruined by this embarrassing condition. Up until recently, such individuals seeking treatment were only able to choose invasive surgery or constant Botox injections. With miraDry, two hour-long sessions make sweat-ruined clothing a thing of the past. Read full article HERE

Wall Street Journal

Too Much Sweating? Apply Heat

The newest way to stop underarm sweating is to microwave the sweat glands within your underarms. miraDry is a non-invasive treatment option that uses microwave energy to permanently destroy underarm sweat glands. In addition to reducing sweating, miraDry also reduces odor and hair growth on the underarms. Read full article HERE

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Treatment stops severe armpit sweat

An estimated 10-to-15 million Americans suffer from excessive sweating, especially in their underarms. miraDry is the first minimally-invasive treatment for excessive underarm sweating with lasting results. This innovative new treatment method is well-tolerated and uses microwave energy to melt away the underarm sweat glands. Read full article HERE

tri-county TIMES

No Sweat: New procedure offers treatment for excessive perspiration

Excessive underarm sweating is highly debilitating for those affected. miraDry offers these individuals relief by sending electromagnetic energy to the underarms, destroying the sweat glands. This FDA-approved treatment is minimally-invasive and requires no downtime afterwards. Read full article HERE


Microwave your armpits to banish sweating for good

People with excessive underarm sweating often have to change clothing two or three times each day and sometimes even avoid social situations altogether to prevent others from seeing their embarrassing sweat stains. In the past, invasive surgery or constant Botox injections were the only methods to treat excessive underarm sweating. miraDry is a new, minimally-invasive treatment option for excessive underarm sweating, with lasting results. Read full article HERE

The San Diego Union-Tribune

Procedure offers hope for those with overactive sweat glands

miraDry is a new, FDA-approved treatment option for excessive underarm sweating that does not require surgery and provides lasting results. Two hour-long treatments spaced three months apart can rid people of the embarrassing burden of excessive underarm sweating for good. The two treatments combined typically cost around $2,000 to $3,000. Read full article HERE