MiraMate Ray Gun is the most advanced VUV light therapy device on the market, designed to treat many kinds of surface and deep skin issues effectively and safely. Ray Gun can benefit plants and get rid of mold spots on walls.
Ultraviolet (UV) is electromagnetic radiation with wavelength from 40 nm to 400 nm. It falls in the range of the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum between visible light and X-rays. UV light can generally be subdivided into four parts: UVA, or near UV (315–400 nm), UVB, or middle UV (280–315 nm), UVC, or far UV (180–280 nm) and Vacuum UV (40nm to 200 nm). Decreasing wavelengths correspond with higher frequencies and higher photon energy.
What is VUV?
VUV is Vacuum Ultraviolet. It’s called vacuum because this type of ultraviolet does not travel well through air. The photon energy of VUV is very high, and almost any substance absorbs it. Normal air reduces the strength, so the further it goes, the weaker it becomes.
How Does VUV Light Work on Skin Problems?
Ultraviolet (UV) light can efficiently kill all bacteria, including drug-resistant bacteria and even so-called “superbugs” such as MRSA. Unfortunately, conventional germicidal UV light with wavelengths above 280nm is considered biologically harmful for human skin. Unprotected exposure to 280-400 nm UV light can lead to skin cancer and premature aging. It can also cause eye damage such as cataracts and eyelid cancers.
Researchers at the Columbia University Medical Center found that UV light in the range from 180–280 nm does not penetrate through the outer, dead layer of skin to harm the live skin cells below. However, it does penetrate and kill bacteria and viruses living on the skin.
Photons of VUV light cannot penetrate the epidermal layer. That’s why VUV light will not cause any damage to human cells. However, UV photons set off a chemical reaction. Ozone and nitric oxide are created within your tissue, which clears bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic infections.
Healthy cells thrive on oxygen and can’t live without it. Disease-causing nasties like bacteria, fungi, parasites and microbes are anaerobic, and die in the presence of oxygen. Ozone is a powerful, activated form of oxygen. The ozone produced kills anaerobic organisms, without affecting the healthy cells.
The Benefits of VUV light
According to clinical trials, VUV light can benefit human, pets and plants.
Here are some conditions that may be treated by VUV light:
- Persistent itching (pruritus).
- Basal cell skin cancers, squamous cell skin cancers, melanomas and other skin cancers.
- Other skin problems caused by fungus (including toe fungus and nail fungus), bacteria or viruses.
VUV can also be used to kill surface mold spots on walls.
The Unique Features of Ray Gun
Ray Gun is the most effective and safe VUV light device available today.
Ray Gun creates VUV light within the gas tube. The bandwidth of light is very narrow; 221 nm to 223 nm. The photons of this light are powerful enough to kill fungi, viruses and cancer cells living on the skin. Yet it is safe. The dead skin layer on the human body almost completely absorbs VUV radiation, so VUV will not harm normal skin cells. What’s more, VUV photons set off a chemical reaction to create proper nitric oxide and ozone within cells and tissues, which can work together to help various skin conditions.
In addition, Ray Gun forms a microscopic secondary ionization layer between the gas tube and the target skin. Current flows between the tube and the target. You can increase this current by placing an earthing pad on the opposite side of the target area. This increases the amount of ozone and nitric oxide, and more importantly, allows pathogen-disabling compounds to travel deeper into the body to reach deeper problem areas. All without harming healthy cells.
MiraMate has conducted an experiment to test the effectiveness of Ray Gun on Human melanoma. According to the experiment results, Ray Gun is lethal to human malignant melanoma cells, and can significantly inhibit human melanoma cell proliferation activity, particularly when used with earthing.
Single-button operation makes Ray Gun very simple to use. Simply plug in the power, wear protective glasses, place it on the desired skin area, and push the button to enjoy the treatment. There are three modes of Ray Gun. You can choose the most suitable one according to your needs.