Botox & Hyperhidrosis

January 22, 2012 0 Comments

We routinely receive calls from customers that are considering the purchase of a Drionic or of using Botox.

Let's examine the difference:

Botox is a drug that is derived from one of the most deadly toxins known it has numerous serious known side effects that are described in its FDA mandated labeling including paralysis.

It is uses albumin which is a protein that is derived from donated blood plasma.

Botox costs about $1,000 per treatment and requires an injection every square centimeter in the treatment area every six months.

The Drionic is a medical device that costs less than $200 and its average annual parts costs are less than $30 a year.  The Drionic has been used by hundreds of thousands of patients in over 40 countries successfully since 1985 for the control of hyperhidrosis.

The Drionic has no medically documented side effects as is seen in its FDA mandated labeling.

The Drionic is much safer, more effective and far less costly than Botox for the treatment of hyperhidrosis.

When it comes to Hyperhidrosis, there's really just no comparison Drionic is the first solution to try.

Finally, if customers are interested we can send them copies of letters issued by the FDA regarding health and safety warning related to the use of Botox.

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