Meet BrellaTM

The First-and-Only
FDA-Cleared 3-Minute
SweatControl Patch

Sweat Control in Just 3 Minutes for 3 Months*1

My sweat used to bother me. I had Brella…one visit…few minutes…amazing results!

Anne C.
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First-and-only 3-Minute
SweatControl Patch

The Brella 3-Minute SweatControl Patch is a new, FDA-cleared in-office approach to sweat control that is safe, quick, comfortable, non-invasive, needle-free, aluminum-free, and affordable, with results lasting three to four months and longer in some.*

After just one treatment, the 3-Minute SweatControl Patch targets your overactive sweat glands to significantly reduce sweat production and give you back control. To learn how it works, click here.

Brella is FDA cleared to reduce excessive underarm sweating in adults due to primary axillary hyperhidrosis.1

Brella is proven to significantly reduce excessive underarm sweating and significantly improve confidence and daily living.2

To learn more about excessive underarm sweating and if you may be a candidate for Brella, scroll for more…

Signs of Excessive Underarm Sweating

Sweating is normal. Excessive underarm sweating is bothersome and frustrating.

Signs of excessive sweating include:3

  • Sweating in both underarms, even if you are not exercising or in a hot environment
  • Sweating that ruins your clothing, requires having an extra change of clothes, increases your dry cleaning bills, or causes stains from antiperspirants or deodorants
  • Changing your routine or avoiding daily social or work activities - even raising your arms4 - because you're worried about your sweat3
  • Feeling embarrassed or frustrated due to your underarm sweating4
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Impact of Excessive Underarm Sweating

The impact of excessive underarm sweating goes beyond stained or soaked clothes…can you relate?

The most common area of excessive sweating is under your arms,3 which many people say impacts their confidence and daily living.




report their excessive sweating causes anxiety or worry3




report sweating excessively is very embarrassing3




feel less effective at work and in professional environments7



On average, people spend more than $1,000 annually managing and preventing their excessive underarm sweating8




of people in the United States report having excessive sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis3

of U.S. Adults

4 in 5

with excessive sweating have not been diagnosed by a healthcare clinician3 and may not know they can be treated



1 in 3

U.S. adults are bothered by their excessive underarm sweating, which is the most common location for bothersome sweating5,6

Dealing with Excessive Underarm Sweating

Frustrated with treatment options that don’t work?

Current treatments that reduce excessive underarm sweating work in different ways, but their effectiveness and tolerability vary.

In a recent survey, healthcare providers stated that:


of consumers are interested in new treatment options to manage excessive sweating4


of patients are not satisfied with
prescription topical antiperspirants4


are not satisfied with
oral treatments4


are not satisfied with
topical wipes4

Is Brella right for me?

If you’re annoyed, bothered, frustrated, or inconvenienced by your excessive underarm sweating, please click the button on the left to take our SweatAware Quiz and find out if Brella may be right for you.

Or, if you’re ready, click on the button on the right to start your Brella Experience now!


Brella works. It’s fast and easy. We look forward to treating many more patients who can benefit.

Michael Kaminer, MD | SkinCare Physicians

*Individual results may vary



For complete prescribing information, see device instructions for use.


Glaser DA, Green L, Kaminer M, Smith S, Pariser D. Outcomes from the SAHARA Clinical Study on the TAT Patch for Excessive Axillary Sweating or Primary Axillary Hyperhidrosis. Late-breaking oral presentation at: American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting; March 17-21 (presented March 18, 10:10 am CT), 2023; New Orleans, Louisiana.


Doolittle J, Walker P, Mills T, et al. Hyperhidrosis: an update on prevalence and severity in the United States. Arch Dermatol Res 308, 743-749 (2016).https://doi.orq/10.1007/s00403-016-1697-9.


Data on file, Candesant Biomedical


International Hyperhidrosis Society. IHHS sweat survey reveals many are sufferinq in silence. Sweat Solutions. September-October 2008:1-4.


Ogunwole SU, Rabe MA, Roberts AW, Caplan Z. Population Under Age 18 Declined Last Decade. August 12, 2021. Available: Accessed Mar 7, 2023.


Lenefsky M, Rice ZP. Hyperhidrosis and its impact on those living with it. Am J Manag Care. 2018;24(23 Suppl):S491-S495.


Thompson Tee. These Hyperhidrosis Statistics Show the True Cost of Pit Sweat. Blog post available at: Accessed May 1, 2023.


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