This is a minimally invasive apocrine gland treatment. This method uses a special electric shaving blade for the repeated abrasion of apocrine glands and auxiliary tissues on the back of the armpit skin. The surgery only needs the making of two 1-cm incisions at the armpit. After the infusion of hemostatics and painkillers into the surgical site, Dr. Chuang applies the electric shaving blade to shave the apocrine glands, fats, and part of follicles via the two small incisions and washes them out before stitching the wound. The advantages are the small incision, rapid recovery, and almost no scar left, but the disadvantages are the inability to intraoperatively confirm the clearance and extent of the sweat gland. The clearance rate of bad odor is usually up to only 80% on average, and a relatively high recurrence rate is noted in the future. Therefore, this surgery is just suitable for patients with mild to moderate osmidrosis or those who only have bad odor on sweating.