Dermadry is a tap-water iontophoresis device. This solution works by directing a small current through the skin, neutralizing the connections between the nerves and sweat glands. For the vast majority of cases, this treatment drastically reduces excessive sweating.
Studies have shown that tap-water iontophoresis devices such as Dermadry are extremely effective in the treatment excessive sweating. These studies report that the success rates of the devices can reach 93%1, 98,5%2 and even 100%3 of people treated for hyperhidrosis.
"One of the simplest, safest, and most cost-effective treatments of hyperhidrosis."4
1. Kim, Do Hun, Tae Han Kim, Seung Ho Lee, and Ai Young Lee. “Treatment of Palmar Hyperhidrosis with Tap Water Iontophoresis: A Randomized, Sham-Controlled, Single-Blind, and Parallel-Designed Clinical Trial.” Annals of dermatology29, no. 6 (2017): 728-734.
2. Elkhyat A and Agache P. Treatment of hyperhidrosis by iontophoresis of weakly mineralised water. 1993. Cutaneous Biophysics Laboratory, Department of Functional Dermatology, 25030 Besancon, France.
3. Hölzle, E., M. Pauli, and O. Braun-Falco. “Leitungswasser-Iontophorese zur Behandlung von Hyperhidrosis manuum et pedum.” Der Hautarzt 35, no. 3 (1984): 142-147.
4. Stolman, Lewis P. "Hyperhidrosis: medical and surgical treatment." Eplasty 8 (2008).
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