Allegedly, low-voltage current used in Iontophoresis treatments over a longer periods of time is supposed to be more effective than high-voltage current used in shorter periods of time. I think this assumes shorter individual treatments as well as shorter overall therapy time (or in other words, less treatments.)
Did you hear about that? Are those claims grounded or even proven in some way or is it just your regular hearsay?
I am now contemplating whether to change my iontophoresis regime or not. Then again, experimenting can result in a disaster – lowering the current success rate of iontophoresis. What to do, what to do… Lowering the current voltage is definitely tempting, but the risk of increased sweating is not… hmm. ❓