Silicone Fusion


Dermaclara has been extensively tested for stretch marks and wrinkles on women of all ages and skin tones. The result? Overwhelming satisfaction with the ease, cost, and results provided by our reusable silicone patches. Interested in learning more? Here are a few of our studies:

Stretch Mark Study

Wrinkles Study

General Study

All tests were conducted by BioScreen® Testing Services (FDA & DEA Registered * ISO 9001 Certified)

Complete Clinical Evaluation


Dermaclara has applied the science and success that Silicone Gel Sheeting (SGS) has on scar reduction, to the treatment and prevention of stretch marks, fine lines, and wrinkles.

Silicone on the skin creates the perfect environment for moisture. No air can get to the area with the silicone pads, so it draws moisture to the surface of skin and stays there. If you’re familiar with hyaluronic acid, it moisturizes so well it plumps skin. This silicone has the same effect, but on a deeper level. It draws so much moisture to the surface of your skin, it plumps up wrinkles.

It doesn’t just pull moisture through the skin, it also increases blood flow helping to regulate collagen production, which is key to combating wrinkles.

Silicone Fusion


Topical silicone gel treatments have been the first point of clinical recommendation in scar management. Silicone Gel Sheeting (SGS) has been used in scar therapy for over 30 years, during which its efficacy has been the subject of numerous clinical evaluations.

Benjamin Bleasdale, Simon Finnegan, Kathyryn Murray, Sean Kelly, and Steven L. Percival Advances in Wound Care 2015 4:7, 422-430

Mazzarello, V, Ferrari, M, Bulla, A, Piu, G, Montella, A. Antiwrinkle effect of topical adhesive pads on crow's feet: How long does the effect last for? J Cosmet Dermatol. 2018; 17: 484– 490.