NEW in the United States!
Widely known within the European therapeutic community, CureTape® is NOW available to the U.S. market!
Because of the excellent price-to-quality ratio, CureTape® is currently the best-selling product used in Europe for several of the Asian taping methods.
- The elasticity of the tape in relation to the elasticity of the skin is used to create a lifting effect on the epidermis, resulting in improved circulation and lymphatic drainage within in the area of the subcutis, where receptors, blood and lymph vessels are located. By using different taping techniques, several effects can be achieved.
CureTape® is a top-quality, elastic cotton tape with a 100% acrylic adhesive backing. The elasticity of CureTape® is similar to that of human skin with extensibility of 130% to 140%.
The acrylic, hypoallergenic adhesive backing of CureTape ® has a uniquely designed wave-form pattern which distinctly reduces the risk of skin irritation and allows the skin to breath. Air and water permeable. The water-resistant adhesive features of CureTape ® are activated by body heat and allow the tape to be worn for several days, which allows for a full 24 hours of treatment, resulting in a quicker recovery after tissue trauma.
- Improves muscle function by regulating muscle tone
- Removes congestion in blood circulation and lymphatic drainage
- Alleviates pain
- Provides neuro-reflexive manipulation
- Supports joint function
The patented hole pattern of the CureTape ® "punch" tape gives the tape a greater stretching capacity and a three-dimensional stretching direction arises. Not only can the tape stretch lengthwise, but also diagonally. The hole pattern causes differences in pressure within the applied tape, resulting in greater stimuli of the skin and fascia receptors. The fascial system plays an important role in the field of pain, control, stability and the distribution of strength.
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