SeaAllure® is an innovative, nighttime skin-firming patch clinically proven to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles using moisturization and natural skin-tightening ingredients from the sea.
SeaAllure uses dual-action moisturization technology to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles. A soft and gentle patch of Silon gel provides increased skin hydration by reducing normal surface evaporation.
The Silon also holds and delivers hydrophilic (water-loving) nutritional molecules to the skin. Extracted from sea kelp, these agents effectively hold moisture in the skin even after the patch is removed. Increased hydration tightens and firms the skin thereby reducing the appearance of wrinkles, resulting in a natural radiance for your best look.
For most users, SeaAllure provides a noticeable reduction in the appearance of facial wrinkles within a few days. Scientifically developed and manufactured in the US according to strict quality standards, the effectiveness of SeaAllure has been proven using controlled clinical study methods.
|Contains 20 pairs of left/right cut shapes. One-month supply for around the “crow’s feet” of the eyes or corners of the mouth. Two-week supply if used for both eyes and mouth.
Wear SeaAllure for at least several hours (preferably overnight) every night for 2 weeks, then about 3 times per week for 2 weeks.
Hints & Tips
- Use on clean, dry skin only (patches don’t stick well with lotions and oils).
- Some people adjust slowly to wearing patches overnight. You may find that you pull them off in your sleep. Most people get used to it quickly. Some like to use a sleep mask with the treatment.
- Open one side of the package first and leave the other side sealed until use.
- Discard after use.
- Keep out of reach of children. May present a choking hazard.
Silon siloxane-based composite with fabric backing infused with Polymannuronates (a hydrophilic polysaccharide extracted from Macrocystis pyrifera—giant bladder kelp seaweed); and Prolamines (hydrolyzed wheat proteins rich in glutamine/glutamic acid).