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Iontocure vs Dermadry

Which device best treats excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis)?

Iontophoresis machines like the Iontocure and Dermadry are a great way to treat excessive sweating. In fact, Dermadry’s iontophoresis machine has a 98.3% success rate*.
However, not all iontophoresis machines are built the same, and therefore treatment and results may vary.
For a better understanding of what iontophoresis device is best suited for you, check out our Iontocure vs. Dermadry comparative chart below.
Is it user-friendly?
No controller included, so impossible to visualize or control treatments.
Easiest machine to use on the market! Watch a demo.
What zones does it treat?
Hands and feet only.
Hands, feet, and underarms
What are customers saying?
No reviews available on their website. Reviews on social media are negative.
More than 1,000 5-star reviews. Read our testimonials here
How much does it cost?
The Iontocure iD-200 costs US$269.
Dermadry Total costs US$699
Is it covered by insurance?
Yes, iontophoresis is a doctor-recommended treatment. However, their lack of certifications would likely mean this would not be prescribed by doctors.
Yes, check out our insurance page for more and contact our support team for guidance.
Do they offer customer support?
They offer limited customer support through email.
24/7 customer support in multiple languages available via web chat, phone, and email.
Is it doctor-recommended?
Iontophoresis is a doctor-recommended treatment, however this particular machine will likely not be recommended by medical professionals.
Recommended by over 1,500 doctors globally. Here’s what they’re saying.
What is the satisfaction guarantee and warranty?
1 year warranty and 60-day satisfaction guarantee.
5-year warranty and 100-day satisfaction guarantee.
Do they offer free shipping?
Yes, free worldwide shipping is offered. They do not mention that USA purchases need a prescription, which is deceiving.
Yes, free express shipping is available worldwide.
Are they certified?
Iontocure has no certifications from any medical regulatory agency.
Dermadry is an FDA cleared device. VIew our full list of certifications here.
*/ Based on the survey results of 748 respondents.

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What Doctors are Saying About Dermadry

Thousand of medical professionals in the US and around prescribe Dermadry to treat mild to severe excessive sweating.
Check out a few dermatologists' and specialists' opinion's about Dermadry we've collected recently!

Dr. Hope Mitchell, MD

  • I think it's a fantastic option. I love iontophoresis for my patients who have palmar and plantar hyperhidrosis.
  • It's very easy to use, and I always tell my patients, when you're doing the 15- or 20-minute treatments, you can do it in front of a TV, watch a movie, or read on your computer!
  • I think overall, to me, what's most important is not only to provide safe and effective treatment, like what Dermadry provides, but to educate and empower our patients so that they know that they can achieve dryness, and they can be confident being who they are.
Read our full interview with dermatologist Dr. Hope Mitchell, MD.

Dr. Amy Shah, MD

  • I'm so excited about tap water iontophoresis. I think it is something that can change lives and that's why I'm so excited to be talking about things like Dermadry and treatments that use iontophoresis. This is an at-home solution that is simple and easy.
  • You have to be on a regular treatment schedule to really see a difference. And I think that keeping up just like we do with any health habit—having something become a habit and be regular has a huge effect on not only giving us results, but also giving us a sense of routine and increasing our confidence and lowering our anxiety.
Read our full interview with dermatologist Dr. Amy Shah, MD.

Dr. Robert Strimling, MD

  • Treatment of hyperhidrosis has come a long way in the past 30 years since I began my career in the field of dermatology. Learning about tap water iontophoresis even back during my early days as a dermatologist, I have always found this treatment to be highly successful for most patients. However, in those early years, quality-made and cost-effective devices were not easily found. Thankfully, now iontophoresis is more accessible, with quality devices on the market like Dermadry, which I recommend to my patients looking for a cost-effective treatment that can be done at home.
Read our full interview with dermatologist Dr. Robert Strimling, MD.

Dr. Ryan De Cruz, MD

  • So I've often felt quite sad for these patients because we haven't had treatments that they're able to do at home in the comfort of their own environment, with the frequency that they need. So to have the Dermadry available for them to use and own themselves and run as frequently as they need using something as simple as tap water, I think it's a real groundbreaking treatment that I'm really passionate about promoting to my patients because I'm so confident that it will help them.
Read our full interview with dermatologist Dr. Ryan De Cruz, MD.
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Dr. Ramin Fathi, MD

  • Iontophoresis has been around for a while, but Dermadry is making it better and more accessible. I love that it treats the underarms as well. I believe in the product, it’s my go-to solution to treat excessive sweating. My wife is a dermatologist as well and she has also started prescribing Dermadry to her patients. Looking at the machine—it’s a really cool product. I love it.
  • There are some pretty interesting studies being done on iontophoresis,and I think what's nice about is that it is getting more widely recognized as a great treatment option for hyperhidrosis patients—it's safe and very effective. It is a low-risk treatment option that really does work, has a minimal side effect profile, and the benefits can be great.
  • I tell my patients, you should be able to just sit, watch TV, FaceTime with a friend, do whatever during the treatment. And if you have 20 minutes where you're sitting around—perfect time to do Dermadry. It’s really quick and really it doesn't take away from your day to day.
Read our full interview with dermatologist Dr. Ramin Fathi, MD.

Dr. Raj Singh, MD, FACP, FASN

  • In the past, I was not very comfortable with iontophoresis because the devices were clunky, bulky with huge trays, and not very reliable. But with improvements in technology, iontophoresis devices, like Dermadry—they're so compact and so easy to manage. So, I think it's a very good option for treatment of hyperhidrosis. You can do it at home, it's way more affordable, and provides really amazing results. If compliance is good, actually sometimes a hundred percent of hyperhidrosis symptoms go away.
Read our full interview with dermatologist Dr. Raj Singh, MD, FACP, FASN.

Courtney Reichenbach, RN BSN

  • Iontophoresis a fantastic option. I wish more people knew about it and I think getting the word out is great. We've come a long way too in the machines that are out there, especially with Dermadry.
Read our full interview with Courtney Reichenbach, RN BSN