scelerique© technology

Targeted release of active ingredients (degree and duration of effect).

Basis: multilamellar encapsulation.

The scelerique©-technology is based on a biomimetic principle modeled on nature: In nature, active ingredients are not simply available somehow for immediate, unrestricted release. Instead, active ingredients are encapsulated to ensure that they are released in a controlled manner depending on environmental conditions.

The scelerique technology works exactly the same way: ©Ingredients are encapsulated, i.e. enclosed in lamellae. A lamella is a sequence of molecules in the cell membrane complex of the skin. These molecules organize themselves to form a series and, thus, create a multi-layered structure. This structure is not random, but follows patterns predefined by nature.

Active ingredients can be inserted both into these sequences of molecules and between the lamellae. Afterwards, they can be released in a targeted manner - e.g.,in case of changes in the environment such as:

Effect through the skin

Local or large-scale, but always targeted

In this context, the DYNADION® mechanisms of action via the largest human organ, the skin. This also enables DYNADION® athleceuticals to be applied locally specifically, i.e. closely adapted to the need.

The skin is also the only way to gain direct physical access to one of the most significant levers of athlete performance: The muscles.

At the same time, the skin is the organ that protects the athlete from environmental influences such as cold and heat - factors that can cause significant drops in performance.

The special modes of action

The foundation of the special modes of action of scelerique©-technology is a multilamellar structure whose basic logic can be transferred to various active ingredient systems. 

Depending on how a multilamella is biochemically configured and which active ingredients are embedded in the multilamella, different effects can be realized in the skin: 

  • real, cooling effects (factors: shear forces, moisture, heat),
  • real, warming effects (factors: shear forces, cold, moisture),
  • real, circulation-enhancing effects (factors: shear forces, cold, moisture).

The specific modes of action related to these effects are explained below: