Nanotechnology is a rapidly growing science of producing and utilizing nano-sized particles that measures in nanometers (1nm= 1 billionth of a meter). One nano-material that is having an early impact in healthcare products is nano-silver.

Silver has been used for the treatment of medical ailments for over 100 years due to its natural antibacterial and antifungal properties. The silver nano-particles typically measure 25nm. They have extremely large relative surface area, increasing their contact with bacteria or fungi, and vastly improving its bactericidal and fungicidal effectiveness.

The nano-silver when in contact with bacteria and fungus will adversely affect cellular metabolism and inhibit cell growth. The nano-silver suppresses respiration, basal metabolism of electron transfer system, and transport of substrate in the microbial cell membrane. The nano-silver inhibits multiplication and growth of those bacteria and fungi which cause infection, odor, itchiness and sores.

Nano-Silver

Nano-silver is known to kill 650 disease-causing organisms, including E.coli, Staphylococcus, Salmonella and Pseudomonas.

Nano-silver radiates far deeply into the human body, which can improve the microcirculation, enhance immune system, make the skin softer, more flexible, promote and improve metabolism. Nano-silver is also an excellent natural deodorizer.

  • Highly efficacious
  • Fast acting
  • Non stimulating
  • Hypo- allergenic
  • Non Toxic
  • No side effects
  • Does not interact with other medications
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Provides anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal, sterilization and deodorization protection
  • Traps large sized particles and dust
  • Highly toxic to germs and bacteria while harmless to human body
  • Silver effectiveness is not weakened as it destroys more bacteria

What is Silk Protein?

Silk Protein contains 18 amino acids, seven of which are essential to the human body! Silk Protein, unlike most proteins, has no fat or cholesterol and contains zero carbohydrates, Its molecular size is only 1/200 of the size of collagen’s molecular size and can therefore penetrate dead skin layers quickly-resulting in increased cell absorption and help speed the renewal process. Silk protein’s other benefits include: anti-wrinkle, anti-inflammatory, increasing skin elasticity, enhancing immune systems, protecting against UV damage, providing intense moisture, preventing melanin, promoting collagen synthesis and deactivating free radicals.