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An estimated one in five people suffer from hyper Hydro assist or excessive sweating and for new mom Linda finale dealing with under arms -- had been a daily struggle.
I was truthfully very tired and kicking on Kyoto grand -- in all of my close.
Being conscious of that making sure I would leave the house that at a little travel sized deal and -- -- -- -- just that I can keep things in check throughout the day.
Finale turns to a dermatologist doctor Cameron rocks art in New York City.
Who introduced her to -- dry the latest technology promises to stop under arms sweat.
The FDA approved procedure is noninvasive.
And target sweat glands with controlled electromagnetic energy to eliminate them permanently it's too.
Sessions usually done three months apart but the results are -- -- even -- -- first session -- Patients.
There -- -- swelling is down by fifty to 60% after the first session and usually on the order of eighty to 90% after the second session.
The patients under arms are numbed with a local anesthetic making the procedure painless.
From start to finish doctor rocks -- says it takes about an hour with minimal side effects.
-- -- heating up and small and slightly -- there.
Nothing that wasn't -- well.
Before -- dried Botox injections were the only other solution to stop sweating but it only lasts about six months.
This procedure is going to change the way -- People think about the treatment of this condition.
To find out where -- -- offered visit -- -- dot com.
I'm Julie Banderas Fox News.