Sasayuri Health Clinic


About miraDry

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I am concerned about armpit sweat and armpit odor.

I want treatment that leaves no scars

No need to worry about scars as it is a non-incisional procedure

By using microwaves, MiraDry thermally destroys the “eccrine sweat glands” that cause hyperhidrosis and the “apocrine sweat glands” that cause armpit irritation, so it does not leave any scars and prevents skin damage. Treatment can be done while suppressing it. Since there is no incision, you can resume your normal daily life from the next day after the surgery.

Underarm sweat treatment approved by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare

In June 2018, MiraDry was officially approved by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare as a “microwave underarm sweat treatment device.” Its efficacy and safety have also been recognized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and it has been approved for the treatment of axillary hyperhidrosis, underarm odor, and hair loss.

Semi-permanent effect

MiraDry is the latest treatment for underarm odor and hyperhidrosis with an excellent balance of effectiveness and downtime. Microwaves are applied to the skin and the heat used destroys the sweat glands in question. Destroyed sweat glands rarely regenerate, so long-term effects can be expected.

About fees

MiraDry (armpit sweat treatment)

First time

¥308,000 (tax included)

From the second time onwards

¥154,000 (tax included)

(Additional charges will apply for replacement tips, anesthesia, and medicine)



How long does the treatment take?


Treatment time is approximately 20 to 30 minutes on one side and approximately 60 minutes on both sides. It takes about 90 minutes, including doctor's examination and post-treatment cooling.


Will there be pain during or after the treatment?


During the treatment, you will be given local anesthesia, so you will hardly feel any pain. If you feel any pain during the treatment, please feel free to let us know so we can add anesthesia. After treatment, you will be given a cooling pack to reduce swelling, but pain may occur, so we will prescribe painkillers. Your armpits may tingle or feel uncomfortable for a few days, but this usually subsides in about 3 weeks.


Is there anything you should be careful about in your daily life?


You can return to your daily activities immediately after treatment, but please refrain from strenuous exercise for a few days. If you are concerned, we recommend that you take a day off the day after your treatment. You can take a bath or shower from the next day, but please be careful not to rub the treated area too hard.


How soon after treatment will I see results?


Immediately after treatment, most people will begin to see immediate effects, such as a reduction in armpit sweat.


Do I need to go to the hospital?


Basically, there is no need to go to the hospital. If you have any concerns, please feel free to contact us at any time.


Is there anyone who cannot receive miraDry treatment?


If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, have an implanted electronic device such as a pacemaker, are allergic to anesthesia, or have other serious illnesses, you may not be able to receive treatment, so please consult us first. please.


● About risks and side effects

 ・Redness and stinging may occur, but this will subside within a few days as the procedure progresses.

 ・Moisturizing and UV protection are necessary, but commercially available sunscreens cannot be used on the day of the treatment, as the sunscreen has increased penetration and may penetrate into the treatment area.

 ・Please refrain from using irritating ingredients such as scrubs after the treatment.
Risks of microneedle fractional RF treatment only

 ・You may be allergic to the anesthesia used before the procedure.

 - After a few days, scabs may appear in the form of dots.

 ・You may take a shower on the day of the event, but please refrain from bathing, drinking alcohol, exercising, or saunas.


● The following people cannot receive treatment.

 ・Those who are not feeling well or have a fever

 ・Those who are pregnant or may become pregnant

 ・Those who have an infection, wound, or skin disease at the treatment site

 ・Those with bleeding disorders, keloids, or allergies

 ・Persons with metal or silicone, such as pacemakers or implants

 ・Those with heart disease ・Those who consume alcohol

 ・Persons with an untreated active infection

 ・Others who are deemed inappropriate by a doctor