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Frequently Asked Questions

Is the uvC light safe?

UV-C light is safe to use, with restrictions. All our products are designed to be used for every day people with safety mechanisms in place to prevent direct exposure to skin and eyes.

  • Here are also things to take note of when using UV-C devices:
    - Keep UV-C devices out of reach of children.
  • - Do not use UV light directly on skin, eyes, pets, or any organic object!
  • - Please keep away from strong magnet(s) while using.
  • - This product is not intended for wound cleaning, skin infections, or other medical emergencies

why do i need a uv light sanitizer?

We cannot see these bacteria or germs, but they can be terribly contagious and cause many illnesses, infections, and other health problems. We believe everyone should use UV-C technology to disinfect items and that's why all our products are designed to be portable and user friendly!

UV-C light is often found in many hospitals and is used to sanitize medical equipment. It's the most effective way to keep your personal items and surroundings clean. With Violet Healthcare, cell phones, tablets, keyboards, door knobs, keys, toys, and more can be disinfected chemical free! 

Does uvc light work on mold?

  • Yes, UV-C light can kill mold and other types of allergens, and is not something that allergens or bacteria can build tolerance to. It is also very effective against musty smells.

How long will it take to get my product?

We know this is a tough time for many people. This is why we are offering free shipping worldwide. Please allow 2-4 days for processing and 7-15 days to get our products directly to your door. Shipping time may take longer during periods of high demand. However, we put the highest priority on getting the product to you safely and in a timely manner.

What are the different types of uv lights

On the UV light spectrum, there are UV-A, B and C lights. Only the UV-C light can kill germs. UV-C light has a wavelength between 200-270 nanometers, and a midrange between 250-253 nanometers. This means that the wavelength of UV-C light is strong enough to penetrate the nucleic acid of viruses, bacteria and protozoan parasites, either killing them or preventing them from becoming infectious.


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