Can I remove underarm hair and sweat by using MiraSmooth only? Or I need to combine both?

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Yes, its the same exact treatment so should take care of hair and sweat at the same time.  

Payman Kosari, MD, FAAD

Charlotte Dermatologic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 27 reviews

MiraSmooth Treatment

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The development of the MiraSmooth name/treatment has created some confusion. The MiraSmooth name was created by the marketing division to bring attention to the hair removal abilities of the treatment.  The protocol and treatment for MiraSmooth and MiraDry are identical with both offering the same amount of sweat and hair reduction. 

Be Well

Dr G

Multiple benefits from MiraSmooth

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Thanks for your question.  The hair removal that happens when patients get MiraDry turned out to be a very good side effect of the procedure.  Both the hair and sweat glands are closely related in the skin, so most patients have the benefit of both reduced sweating and hair removal at the same time.

Best of luck!

Amy Y. Paul, DO, FAAD
Grand Junction Dermatologic Surgeon

Same treatment.

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Thanks for this question. It is the same treatment technology so both will work for hair removal and sweat removal. You also won't need deodorant after MiraSmooth. Best, Dr. ALDO

Aldo Guerra, MD
Scottsdale Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 215 reviews


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Thank you for your question. Yes you can reduce hair, sweat and odour with the MiraSmooth treatment.

Chien C. Kat, FRCS
Birmingham Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 100 reviews

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