After SEVEN years on the market and millions of supplement treatments, UV-Aid has over 99% customer satisfaction record. Customers use UV-Aid for the prevention of a wide range of ailments, including colds, flu, sore throats, and ear infections. UV-Aid users that used to suffer and average of 5-6 colds a year are now reporting an average 0-1 per year. Click on tab above to read customer testimonials.
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How to Use UV-Aid
To use UV-Aid for Nasal and Ear Passages, simply place the light in close
proximity to the opening of each nasal and ear passage for approximately
4-5 seconds each. For the Mouth/Throat, place the light in close
proximity to the mouth and wand around for approximately
7-10 seconds (expose to the oral cavity is longer due to the increased
area). You may want to use a mirror to help you direct the light to the
cavities. Do not look directly into the beam and do not exceed recommended exposure times.
Application of UV-Aid can be done as a preventative measure three or
four times a day, or after you have been in an enclosed area with
people who have the sniffles or are coughing, or when you feel a cold
or sore throat coming on. Customers
report instant relief from sore throats and itchy nasal
UV-Aid to your nose, you may experience slight
discharge from the nose.
You may also experience a tin-like taste in you mouth after irradiating
your mouth and throat. These minor side effects are positive signs the
hydrogen peroxide is being produced. Symptoms usually last for less than a minute.
UV-Aid emits UVA light that stimulates the production of hydrogen peroxide which attract white blood cells that in turn kill germs. This natural process is perfectly safe on skin and only works on the invading bacteria and viruses and does not affect the surrounding cells. Researchers from Harvard University were the first to discover that hydrogen peroxide also acts to signal white blood cells to the area to fight germs and help prevent the onset of disease. Click on the image below to play the Harvard video showing white blood cells being attracted to hydrogen peroxide.
Technologies sponsored bacterial colony studies showing the
effectiveness of UV-Aid. Skin was swabbed with a sterile Q-Tip before
and after exposure to UV-Aid. The results show a dramatic reduction in
bacterial counts. Dr. Cindy Dunn, author of the clinical
research book, Protecting Study Volunteers in Research, called the results “exciting”. What Germs UV-Aid Helps Kill
The number of documented viruses is nearly 5000. The estimated
number of undocumented viruses is in the millions! Antibiotics do not
work on viruses, vaccines are required, and a single vaccine works only
on one virus. The common cold is caused by hundreds of different viruses. The costs associated with developing even a single
vaccine are staggering and if the virus mutates the vaccine is
ineffective. On the other hand, the process of photo-oxidation produces hydrogen peroxide that in turn attracts white blood cells that effectively kill or disable harmful viruses and bacteria. UV-Aid provides a safe and effective way to help protect you from air-borne pathogens that make you sick. Buy Now!
"PHOTOINDUCED GENERATION OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE AND HYDROXYL RADICALS IN MELANINS"
Frequently Asked Questions
Is UV-Aid safe? Yes, a full day UV-Aid treatments (20 seconds) is equivalent to less than 1 second in the sun. UV-Aid uses UVA light proven to be safe by multiple sources including University of Texas MD Anderson Center, International Commission of Standards, and NASA.
Does UV-Aid use the same type of UV light used to sterilize toothbrushes and other instruments? No. The type of light used to sterilize objects like toothbrushes is UVB and UVC light. UV-Aid only uses UVA light which has been proven to be safe and effective on the nose and skin.
Does UV-Aid help prevent diseases? Yes, UV-Aid helps direct the white blood cells to parts of the body susceptible to germs that cause sickness,
Is UV-Aid more effective than washing your hands?
Hand washing will always be an important defense against disease. UV-Aid kills
germs in areas of your body that are hard to reach such as your nasal cavities where diseases fester and start.
Is there proof UV-Aid works? Many scientific papers have been written on photo-oxidation, the production of hydrogen peroxide from the skin's exposure to UV light. Recently, many researchers have confirmed the role hydrogen peroxide plays in marshaling the innate immune response. In addition, the germ killing abilities of hydrogen peroxide are well known. UV Technologies sponsored laboratory studies have shown a dramatic decrease in bacterial colony counts when human skin is exposed to UV-Aid light.
Why hasn't anyone thought of this before? Kevin McGuire, founder and President of UV Technologies has over twenty patents related to UV, daylight, and other light sources. He developed UV-Aid after suffering from multiple colds every year in Western New York after unsuccessfully trying all the traditional treatments like, Vitamin C, Saline Sprays, and over the counter cold products.
Will I get sunburn from UV-Aid?No. UV-aid uses UVA rays. UVA rays do not burn the skin, only shorter UVB rays burn the skin. UVA rays are safe.
Is it safe for children?Yes, if you follow the suggested exposure limits. UV-Aid exposes
your child to much less UV than if you took a stroll with them outside. There is also growing
evidence showing increased incidences of ear infections in children with less sunlight
When should I use UV-Aid? Use UV-Aid before you go out in the morning, before you go to bed, and other times throughout the day when you feel youve come in contact with someone who is sick or if you feel
any tickle in your nose or soreness in your throat. Do Not Use More Than 4 Times a Day. Also wash or disinfect your
hands as UV-Aid cannot help stop infections caused by germs transmitted from
the hands to eyes.
How does UV-Aid help prevent ear infections? The inner ear has one of the highest concentrations of melanin in the body. Melanin produces hydrogen peroxide. We recommend using UV-Aid on ears as a matter of practice to help prevent ear infections.
Is it safe to shine it in my eyes? No. We do not recommend you shine any form light in
your eyes, but in the event you accidentally shine the light in your eyes, the amount of UV your eyes are exposed to outdoors is many times the
UV emitted by UV-Aid.
Do you guarantee it will work? Good hygiene, rest,
and good eating habits supplemented with the use of UV-Aid is the best way to remain
healthy. Good health is achieved with a proper balance of all the elements.
When should I use UV-Aid? Use UV-Aid before you go out in the morning, before you go to bed, and other times in the day when you've come in contact with large crowds or with someone who is sick, or you feel a tickle in your nose or throat. Do not use more than four times a day and use as directed.
How do I know if my UV-Aid is working at optimal strength? You should change your batteries every 4-5 months with regular use. Shining UV-Aid light on the cut out it was packaged in is a good safe measure of light strength.
How long is my UV-Aid guaranteed for? We guarantee UV-aid for one year except for batteries.
What is the best way to administer UV-Aid? We recommend using a mirror in your
bathroom, in your purse, or car to confirm accurate aim of the UV light,
otherwise with practice you get better without a visual aid.
Are there any side effects? Occasionally you may get
a tin-like taste in your mouth or discharge from the nose or you may sneeze when irradiating the nose. These minor side effects are reminders UV-Aid is working.
Can I get reimbursed by my health insurance company for the cost? No, not at this time
In addition to helping prevent colds and flu, can UV-Aid help prevent bad breath? Yes, the hydrogen peroxide created with UV-Aid address areas in your nasal passages that liquid mouth washes cannot get to.