Well, for superficial wounds, normally we use band-aid or antibiotic ointment.
However, they are workable but only using one simple technology:band-aids seal the wound from germs while antibiotic ointment kills germs in the wound. But there are 3 reasons that cause wound infection: germs, bruising and moisture. That is why both ways work but all are slow somehow.
Being the most advanced treatment solution with FDA approved, CureFaster is doing triple treatment with no pain and no contact:
----The phototherapy sterilization technology: CureFaster UV and blue light disinfect the wound and kill germs well. This effect is similar to antibiotic ointment but 100% natural with no contact, no side effect.
----CureFaster invent hygienic Wound-Drying technology: The Anti-Virus filter layer filters germs to wound quickly with hygienic airflow.
Once the wound is dried completely, germs could not get in any more. The strong resilience of the human body will work efficiently, and form scabs much faster.
----The Deep-UV technology: CureFaster uses Deep-UV, which goes 2mm deeper into your wound and promotes blood circulation to improve the bruising, the whole process with no pain.
By the multiple advanced technology, CureFaster could cure your wounds much better and faster. Each treatment is only 5-10 minutes, most of the superficial wounds can be anti-inflammatory, analgesic and scabby within 24 hours.
Here are more details of the technology:
1. The phototherapy sterilization technology
Mr. Finnsen of Denmark first discovered the bactericidal effect of ultraviolet on wounds in 1903 and won the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1903.
. Since then, it is widely used in medical treatment in hospitals. Similar to antibiotic ointment, UV kills viruses really well. But antibiotics can make bacteria resistant to antibiotics, so Streptococcus aureus is produced and no antibiotics could kill it. While, safe doses of UV have no side effects and it kills all viruses we are aware of.
The blue light CureFaster applies is an even safer technology. It can be seen in many beauty instrument products as it kills viruses and has no known side effects.
2. The hygienic Wound-Drying technology
CureFaster is the inventor of hygienic Wound-Drying technology.
When the wound is exposed to the air, more and more bacteria fall into the wound over time. This is the main cause of wound infection.
Thus we invented the Anti-Virus filter layer to effectively filter germs from air and the hygienic airflow dries the wound. Along with the help from phototherapy sterilization technology, your wound is safe indeed and could be cured much faster.
3. The Deep-UV technology:
CureFaster applies the Deep-UV does 2mm into your wound with below positive effects:
--Helps to kill virus and germs
--Helps to produce vitamin D
--Stimulates the blood circulation of the wound
--Relieves pain of the wound
--Promotes wound healing
With CureFaster there is no pain, no contact and cures your wound much faster.
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