Close up image of a hand of a person who has hyperhidrosis. Hand covered in sweat. Pale pink background


What is Iontophoresis?
Iontophoresis is a natural, non-invasive treatment that uses a low-level electrical current to deliver medication or other substances through the skin.

It’s typically used to treat hyperhidrosis in the hands, feet, or armpits.
Close up image of a hand of a person who has hyperhidrosis. Hand covered in sweat. Pale pink background

Sweating is a natural and necessary bodily function that helps regulate body temperature and remove toxins from the body.

However, some people may experience excessive sweating, a condition known as hyperhidrosis, which can be embarrassing and inconvenient. If you’re struggling with excessive sweating, you may be looking for natural remedies to help manage your symptoms.

How does iontophoresis work?

During an iontophoresis treatment, tap water is added to waterbath trays or spongepad attachments. The patient then places their hands/feet in the waterbath trays, or positions the attachments under their arms. A mild electrical current is used to deliver the natural minerals found in tap water (Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, etc) into the sweat pores, “plugging them up” to create an all-natural dryness barrirer.
Image of the Fischer control unit next to the Fischer water bath trays. The Fischer is white with a blue screen lit up. The trays are white and the pH-balancing foam is blue and inside the trays.
A man wearing a black shirt putting his hands into the Fischer iontophoresis device water bath trays to treat palmar hyperhidrosis aka excessive sweating of the hands
"Talk to our Treatment Specialists today to see why the Fischer iontophoresis device is the best treatment available for hyperhidrosis and to check insurance benefits."
Jennifer Jacobellis - CEO

Is iontophoresis right for you?

Iontophoresis may be a good option for you if you have hyperhidrosis and other treatments, such as antiperspirants and prescription medications, have not been effective. It’s important to speak with a healthcare provider to determine if iontophoresis is the right treatment for you.


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Contact one of our Treatment Specialists today to answer any and all of your questions about the Fischer. 

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