The iontophoresis machine that they tested in the two patients seems to be very different and is described as a drug delivery system (Iomed Phoresor II -- Retail around $700 -- http://www.isokineticsinc.com/category/phoresor). It seems like a very limited quanitity of Botox is required using this combination treatment -- in comparison to the 100 or so injections that are typically required when Botox is applied in and of itself.
If you know a friendly dermatologist, this method is worth looking at, maybe even using other iontophoresis devices.
Drionic, Fischer MD-1a, Idrostar, Iontex, i2ma, other lesser known products and home-made machines.
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