If you have been sweltering, like most of us, in the heady July heat, you’ll be delighted to hear that the sweat stops here. Later this month marks the launch of new miraDry+, a triple action treatment that permanently eliminates underarm sweat, odour AND hair!
How does it work? Using precisely controlled electromagnetic energy, the quick non-invasive procedure is customised for each individual’s underarm based on where their sweat glands reside, and miraWave energy is delivered directly, to destroy them for good! Absolutely no disturbance is caused to the body’s natural ability to regulate and dispense sweat, and with over five million sweat glands located over the body, the appearance of underarm wet patches can be a tiresome and embarrassing issue – so why put up with it…
Last month, EBWPR and miraDry took a group of journalists on a ThrillRide to test their metal and break a sweat on the UK’s fastest race circuit at Thruxton. The day began by the famous clock at Waterloo Station where EBWPR met guests before heading to the track. Media were greeted at the Thruxton presentation suite by the miraDry team and miraDry Ambassador, Dr Sach Mohan who delivered a presentation on the advances of miraDry+ and myth-busting facts about sweat.
Wearing customised racing caps, everyone then made their way over to the Thruxton track to embark on the ThrillRide circuits! It’s no exaggeration to say that many of our legs turned to jelly at this stage! Each person was assigned a professional race driver to take them for a few rounds of the circuit in a Porsche Cayman at over 160 MPH! For our safety, we were equipped with a helmet to wear inside the car, EBWPR’s Emma was actually given a hat that’s used for kids around the age of 5 – the adult one’s were too big! The light-heartedness didn’t stop there, Emma secretly filmed EBWPR’s Natasha, who was a tad dizzy after her circuit, and popped the clip straight on Instagram!
After being whizzed around the course a few times, everyone headed to Lainstone House in Winchester, for drinks in the Drawing Room before heading to the Mountbatten Suite for a 3-course lunch. Each journalist was gifted with a designer silk scarf in the miraDry brand colours and a voucher to try miraDry+ at Dr Sach Mohan’s Revere Clinic.