Hey, beauties! I am always searching for new beauty products to test and share with all of y’all! I recently discovered an AMAZING company called Dermaclara! If you have never heard of Dermaclara before, you are in for a treat! Dermaclara is a leader in advanced silicone technology that works wonders with scarring, stretch marks, fine lines, or wrinkles. The product is great for new moms, after surgery procedures, people who have weight fluctuations, or those that want to minimize fine lines or wrinkles. Today I’m going to review the Silicone Fusion Treatment which includes Claraprep, Clarafuse, and Claraline. I grew up as a competitive swimmer since I was 10 years old. I had a really rigorous training schedule and would swim 5.5 hours a day. When I stopped swimming while I was in college, I suddenly gained 20 pounds because I was no longer exercising the way I used to. As you can imagine, stretch marks started to form on my thighs. I have always been really self-conscious of my stretch marks and was thrilled to put Dermaclara to the test!
Disclosure: I was provided these products in exchange for my review, however, all opinions are my own.
First of all, let me start by saying the packaging is gorgeous! That’s always important to me when I’m evaluating a product. My first impression was that this product could easily be mistaken for a high-end product because of the gorgeous packaging. Here is a picture of the instructions that came with the Silicone Fusion Treatment products.
Make sure your hands are damp when you dispense a pump of the product on your hands. Rub your hands together to create a lather then cleanse the treatment area before you rinse and pat dry. The product itself does not have a scent, however, it does have a slight baby powder smell. I love the way the Claraprep makes my skin feel after I use it. It looks like soap but makes my skin feel silky smooth after I use it.
After you’ve prepped the area you want to treat, it’s time to use the Clarafuse.
Clarafuse is a reusable Silicone pad that works to get rid of stretch marks. Below are the instructions on how to apply Clarafuse. The Silicone pad is hypoallergenic which is great for someone like me who seems to be allergic to everything.
Here is what Clarafuse looks like when you open the package.
In order to use, remove the Silicone pad from the packaging, peel the protective backing off, and apply to the area you treated with Claraprep. The Clarafuse is reusable for up to 30 days and should be worn 3-7 times a week. I would highly recommend wearing this overnight because factors such as sweating and humidity can cause the pad to have a shorter lifespan. Plus, wearing it at night is just convenient!
Claraline is also a pump bottle and a small amount is all that is needed. It glides on very easily and I immediately noticed a tightening feeling on my skin.
Overall thoughts? I am extremely impressed with these Dermaclara products! So far this Treatment has been a miracle for erasing the stretch marks I have been so self-conscious of. I have already seen incredible results and I can’t wait to see my results after I’ve finished the treatment. Stay tuned for my follow up post with my before and after results.