Question: For over five years, I’ve tried everything to stop my excessive underarm sweating (hyperhidrosis) and odour and nothing has worked. Even a series of botox injections, which I was so hopeful about, didn’t give me the full effect. That’s why I’ve decided to work and pretty much live from home, to spare myself the embarrassment of people noticing the sweat stains and the smell. I would be so grateful if you could find a treatment that works or have any advice on how to stop excessive sweating. – Mary, London
Answer: Alma Sweat X puts a stain- and smell-free stop to excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) and excessive body odour (osmidrosis) for nine months with no injections, surgery, anaesthetic gel, pain, side effects or downtime. That’s nine stay-dry months without worry or embarrassing woes. And it works its excessive sweat- and smell-banishing wonders right away for more beautifully dry, odour-free days.
How to stop excessive sweating and odour by targeting the right sweat glands: Alma Sweat X uses radiofrequency energy to treat the eccrine sweat glands, which are located throughout most the body’s skin, and/or the apocrine sweat glands, which are located in hairy areas of the body, such as the underarms, groin, scalp, etc. While overactive eccrine glands are responsible for excessive sweating, overactive apocrine glands (namely the breakdown of the sweat they secrete by bacteria that live on the skin) cause the odour.
How to stop excessive sweating with Alma Sweat X: After using iodine dye to locate the eccrine and/or apocrine glands in the skin, this treatment’s diaelectric radiofrequency energy, which feels warm, is placed over the skin to target the water molecules around the glands. The water molecules start to rotate, causing friction and more heat to deactivate the sweat glands. With no pain, downtime or side effects.
And you’ll be enjoying the freedom from excessive sweating and odour for nine delightfully dry months. Two to four treatments (each treatment takes around 20 minutes) are recommended. To see if you are right for this treatment, go in for a consultation.
Got a question? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org