The Foundation of Beauty
Before introducing the remarkable SetaDermis, it's good to understand the structure of our skin. Our skin is actually an organ that encompasses as much as 25002 inches, or about 16% of our body weight. It is composed of three layers:
- Epidermis: The outer surface between 0.4-1.5 mm. thick. Here cells are continually produced, grow and die.
- Dermis: Found below the epidermis, it is comprised two proteins, elastin that keeps the epidermis flexible and collagen, which is 75% natural skin and acts like an adhesive to keep skin firm and tight.
- Hypodermis: This, the bottom layer, comprises both tissue and fat.
SetaDermis-Innovation Natural Skincare
Studies have found that surface skin cells, or epidermis, are in continuos birth-death life cycle with dead cell falling, or pealing away. It has also been discovered that an adhesive protein found in silk fiber helps maintain mosture and increase elasticity. Furthermore, as an anti-oxidant, it resists free radicals and protects skin from harmful UV rays. It also prevents production of melanin. Now, these benefits are offered by every fiber of SetaDermis.
||The Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) image of a nylon and polyester fiber before and after SetaDermis production, demostrating clearly how every strand has been covered with silk protein during processing.
Amazing SetaDermis Properties
- Skin Care
- Absorbed quickly, the silk protein keeps skin soft and most at all times.
- Helps resist free radicals, a main cause of premature wrinkles.
Static Electricity Resistance
- SetaDermis can be washed and reused up to 30 times.
- SetaDermis' high absorption lever reduces static electrictiy so application is much more pleasant.
- SetaDermis is produced a highly advanced Non-Formaldehyde process, leaving it free of all chemicals, therefore SetaDermis will never irritate nor yellow.
Results of the Moisturizing Measurements
Results of the Evaluation by Video-Microscopy
The pictures illustrate the improvement of the surface of the forearm's skin after 4 weeks of utilization of the SetaDermis