Education: The Science Of Silicone Fusion TechnologyMay 17, 2017
Silicone Fusion Technology is one of the newest skincare advances to treat stretch marks. Though stretch marks are ubiquitous -- 80% of the population sports these unsightly stripes, on places like the stomach, arms, legs, buttocks, hips, and knees -- solutions to treat them effectively have been hard to achieve.
Dermaclara scientists developed Silicone Fusion Technology in response to the need for effective and painless stretch mark treatment. Part of a three-part system, you'll find Silicone Fusion Technology in the clarafuse Silicone Fusion Treatment, which is a proprietary silicone pad that sticks to skin. The Silicone Fusion Treatment creates a microclimate called occlusion that encourages the skin to stimulate collagen production, normalize hydration, and heal from the inside out.
Occlusion allows oxygen to pass through, letting skin breathe while locking in moisture. During treatment, the silicone allows moisture to be pulled up from lower skin layers to hydrate the upper layers, and collagen production is encouraged, activated, and normalized.
This at-home treatment helps the skin heal itself, repairing fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, and more with each application. Clinical tests show that, after just one application, the skin shows a measurable increase in hydration and photodamage repair, and a reduction in roughness and wrinkle depth. In addition to rejuvenating the skin, it also helps to keep the skin flat during treatment, which keeps new lines from forming.
Applying clarafuse Silicone Fusion Treatment several times a week results in a noticeable reduction in stretch marks, lines, and wrinkles -- painlessly and affordably.
For more information, or to order, visit Dermaclara.com.