A Revolutionary New Approach to Wound Healing,
Pain Management, and Anti-Scarring --
Exclusively from Alpha Omega Labs


he use of "silicone gel patches" and related delivery methods of silicone gel have been used successfully for at least two generations 5 to treat keloid and hypertropic scars, 1 post-operative scars, 2 ,11 post-burn scars, 4 acne scars, 10 pre-existing scars, 3 ,7 pain and itchiness associated with telangiectasias, 8 onychocryptosis, 9 among other medical conditions.
A common complaint with most existing silicone gel sheets is that they can take 2 to 3 months to work. 6 However, we found that silicone patches could significantly reduce this "treatment period." After working on the Hydreva project and learning the effects of using various frequencies on the healing properties of water, we realized that this same technology could be used on other substrates, in this case silicone gel, to expand and improve functionality. Our goal was to use this approach to :
  1. Extend the functional range of silicone gel patches to not only heal scars, but also curb or eliminate the pain and itchiness so often associates with the use of escharotics, as well as . . .
  2. Speed up the healing process.
The end result is the OmniPatch -- a simple-to-use, pre-programmed, topically applied silicone gel patch that assists in accelerating wound healing, reduced pain response in most cases, and reduction or elimination of resulting scar tissue.

In attempting to provide our patent attorney with a legal description of the product, the following scientific explanation has been composed: "The OmniPatch is constructed and energized so that the user is subjected to the same electromagnetic field frequencies that are used to activate the silicone substrate. The OmniPatch is made of 100% medical-grade, silicone gel, and is both hypoallergenic and safe for use. Moreover, the OmniPatch is subjected to a proprietary, high voltage, TFR (targeted frequency resonance) filtering process to create solid-state resonance with healing frequencies that are biocompatible and accelerate the body's natural healing processes.
"We refer to these frequency sets as "bioinformation" or "bioscalars." Furthermore, the structural components of the OmniPatch are electromagnetically modulated from a mix of Hertzian and non-Hertzian waves produced by the energizing process of TFR. The science behind TFR's efficacy is that the programs contained within the silicone are known to emanate an electromagnetic field that stores information that biological systems can “read.
"The silicone gel substrate was chosen because rather than plastic or other non-metallic material, it has a beneficial effect on the skin's free radical quenching, epidermal homeostasis and permeability barrier recovery."

Instructions: -- If treating a scar or acne, cover the application area with 1/4" overage on all sides. If treating an open wound, DO NOT place any portion of the OmniPatch directly over the wound area -- instead, place the patch around the application area. (Our 3" patch accommodates this use better, as it has an open hole to accommodate small wounds -- typical of the small decavitations that are created during the escharotic process.) Be careful when removing the patch (for example, during bathing) so that the patch doesn't fold back on itself. If this happens, it makes it difficult to get the patch to return to its original shape.
The OmniPatch is not designed for long-term use, as this is usually unnecessary anyway to repair the treated skin area. For best results, wear the patch for at least 12 hours continually per day. If the application area is located in a place on the body where additional support is desired above and beyond the OmniPatch's natural adhesive, additional support may be obtained by using hypoallergenic tape.


  1. Comparison of a silicone gel-filled cushion and silicon gel sheeting for the treatment of hypertrophic or keloid scars (1999) See also: Topical scar modification: hype or help? (2005), wherein the latter points out that nothing else works like silicon gel sheeting.
  2. The Efficacy of a Silicone Sheet in Postoperative Scar Management (2016)
  3. The Use of Silicone Adhesives for Scar Reduction (2015)
  4. Comparison of efficacy of silicone gel, silicone gel sheeting, and topical onion extract including heparin and allantoin for the treatment of postburn hypertrophic scars (2009)
  5. Evolution of silicone therapy and mechanism of action in scar management (2008)
  6. A review of the biologic effects, clinical efficacy, and safety of silicone elastomer sheeting for hypertrophic and keloid scar treatment and management. (2007)
  7. A prospective randomized clinical trial to investigate the effect of silicone gel sheeting (Cica-Care) on post-traumatic hypertrophic scar among the Chinese population. (2006)
  8. Using silicone gel sheet for the treatment of facial telangiectasias with sclerotherapy. (2004)
  9. Silicone gel sheeting for the management and prevention of onychocryptosis.
  10. Silicone gel enhances the efficacy of Er:YAG laser treatment for atrophic acne scars: A randomized, split-face, evaluator-blinded, placebo-controlled, comparative trial. This study reminds me of the claims of early proponents of Moh's surgery that the escharotic used in conjunction with their procedure is required in conjunction with surgery. Nonsense. The addition of surgery enhances their financial model and is not required for medical efficacy.
  11. Efficacy and Safety of a Novel 100% Silicone Scar Gel Treatment for Early Intervention in Scar Management. (2016)
To U.S. Users: This product have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

The smaller OmniPatch is designed primarily to help speed up the healing of small wounds, sores, and decavitations created escharotically. The 3/4" hole in the center of the patch allows the healing area to breath, while the patch assists in reducing the timeline to "heal over," reduce pain, and minimize any potential scarring.

Speeding Up

Treating deep cancers in the extremities can be particularly challenging, particularly those on the lower leg, because edema tends to greater and healing times extended.
With this in mind, we tried a prototype of the OmniPatch on a customer that was experienced "salver." Excerpts of her comments appear below the photos below.
"(Although in my particular case I) never noticed much difference in pain relief, I could feel the hole (decavitation) literally shrinking. The speed of it was amazing."
Other observations relate to the need on larger areas to keep the patch flat so as to preventing it was "rolling up" -- (this same phenomenon can occur with all silicone gel patches on the market -- wherein this user used "skin tape" to keep the prototype positioned over the wound area to prevent it from moving or rolling up).