MiraSmooth / MiraDry

Posted by: SIGMA

MiraSmooth / MiraDry - 03/06/16 01:01 AM

starting a thread for this topic within the forum Microwave Hair Removal



This procedure targets sweat glands and hair follicles.

Could there be long-term complications from having the sweat glands destroyed/disabled? What about any toxins that otherwise would be excreted by the sweat glands?

The news article in the second link mentions that muscle weakness (nerve damage) is possible.
Posted by: SIGMA

Re: MiraSmooth / MiraDry - 03/06/16 01:33 AM

The welcome page for mirasmooth.com currently includes:

"If you're a blonde or have light hair, miraSmooth is your only non-invasive option for permanent hair reduction."

What about electrolysis? What is their definition of non-invasive?