FAKE Dermadry Comparison

Posted by General Medical Company on Apr 1st 2020

An unknown upstart company that is selling an old fashioned wall powered device has posted posted a fake ad.The Dermadry Ad makes 16 completely false and misleading statements about the Drionic device … read more


Posted by Franklin B. Hayes on Feb 14th 2020

Google searching the name Drionic® turns up a whole host of FAKE OFF-BRAND devices. If you see a lot of hidde Wires the FAKE OFF-BRANDs all use lots of wires.  They try to hide them.   The F … read more

Drionic® Scientific Reviews

Posted by Franklin B. Hayes on Feb 13th 2020

Unlike virtually every other iontophoresis device on the market, the Drionic devices have been clinically tested and the findings of third part human clinical trials have peer reviewed in reputable sc … read more

Fake Overpriced Plug-in Iontophoreis Devices

Posted by Franklin B. Hayes on Jan 5th 2020

If you're considering a plug-in iontophoresis device think again.Plug in devices are inherently far more dangerous than Drionic devices because they pushcurrent from one side of the body to the other … read more