Dermadry is recommended by dermatologists to effectively achieve dryness. Say goodbye to excessive sweating and say hello to a brand new you.
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The solution to Excessive Sweating
Iontophoresis Machine for Excessive Sweating
Studies have shown iontophoresis success rates for treating excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) can reach 93%, 98.5% and even 100%. Learn more
Easy to Use
This home-use device only requires 15- to 20-minute treatments to provide you with dryness that will last up to 6 weeks. Don't sweat it! Learn more
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No-hassle 60-day full refund satisfaction policy. If you are not satisfied, we will give you a full refund and we will even pay for return shipping. Learn more
Are your shirts always stained?
Dermadry was designed to avoid those embarrassing moments. The device is indicated for the treatment of moderate to severe excessive underarm sweating. Our patent-pending technology will ensure that you get the most comfortable treatment, lasting only 15 minutes.
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Ashamed of giving handshakes?
We know how severely sweating impacts your life. That’s why we designed Dermadry: so you can have sweat-free hands at last. Change your life with Dermadry's 20-minute treatments in the comfort of your home.
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Sweaty, stinky feet?
Feel free to take off your shoes without the fear of bad odours, thanks to Dermadry. Stay dry in your shoes all day long thanks to the efficiency of Dermadry.
Dermadry is a tap water iontophoresis device. This solution works by directing a small current through the skin, thus neutralizing the connections between the sweat nerves and sweat glands. For the vast majority of cases, this treatment drastically reduces excessive sweating.
Studies have shown that devices such as Dermadry are extremely effective in the treatment of excessive sweating. These studies report that the success rates of these 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 _ Dr. Lewis P. Stolman, MD
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1Kim, 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. 2Elkhyat A and Agache P. Treatment of hyperhidrosis by iontophoresis of weakly mineralised water. 1993. Cutaneous Biophysics Laboratory, Department of Functional Dermatology, 25030 Besancon, France. 3Hölzle, E., M. Pauli, and O. Braun-Falco. “Leitungswasser-Iontophorese zur Behandlung von Hyperhidrosis manuum et pedum.” Der Hautarzt 35, no. 3 (1984): 142-147. 4Stolman, Lewis P. "Hyperhidrosis: medical and surgical treatment." Eplasty 8 (2008).