Hydrogel Patch Technology is a unique patented technology exclusive to Chanelle McCoy Health: using a unique combination of Liposome Technology and Hydrogel Technology. Available, own label for your market
Skin is impermeable to most active ingredients thereby introducing Liposome Technology that carries active ingredients across the skin membrane barrier, ensures the active ingredients reaches the site of action.
The Hydrogel Patch is a thin liquid that is applied to the skin, it rapidly solidifies into a solid, flexible patch that conforms to the contours of the skin.
Consumer tailors the hydrogel patch size to their preference for specific skin concerns.
Studies have shown by using our Ultra Pure CBD and the Hydrogel Technology increases effectiveness of CBD by 5 X times.
Hydrogel Patch CBD 200mg + Salicylic Acid 0.4%.
(Topical Cosmetic) Expected launch March 2024.
This is a patented technology and will benefit those whom are prone to skin blemishes and or acne.
The combination of CBD and salicylic acid acts synergistically as both ingredients have anti-inflammatory and anti-acne properties. Salicylic acid is commonly used to treat acne by exfoliating the skin and unclogging pores. CBD has anti-sebum and anti-inflammatory effects that will help reduce redness and swelling associated with acne. The combination of CBD and salicylic acid is not new, what is new is this combination in a hydrogel solution.
Hydrogel Patch with CBD + Lidocaine.
(Medical Device) Expected launch November 2024.
The controlled release of Hydrogel Patches is effective as an anti-acne treatment for several reasons...
Controlled release allows for a gradual delivery of the active ingredient, rather than a sudden burst, which may improve its effectiveness.
Reduced side effects:
Sustained delivery of the active ingredient can reduce the likelihood of side effects, as the skin is exposed to lower concentrations of the active ingredient over a longer period of time.
Improved skin penetration:
Hydrogel Patches enhance the penetration of the active ingredient into the skin, allowing it to reach the target area more effectively.
Longer lasting effects:
Controlled release can provide longer lasting effects, as the active ingredient is delivered gradually over time.