he use of "silicone gel patches" and related
delivery methods of silicone gel have been used
successfully for at least two generations 5
treat keloid and hypertropic scars, 1
post-burn scars, 4
acne scars, 10
pre-existing scars, 3 ,7
pain and itchiness associated with
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
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 :
- 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 . . .
- 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."