Why do we sell our SIGNATURE Andreas Oils in MIRON Glass?
Biophotonic glass, also known as Miron or Violet glass, is a type of deeply coloured, almost opaque glass which is thought to be energised by light.
What’s the difference between Miron Violet Glass and other glasses?
Compared with the amber, blue, green, and clear glass, the Miron Violet glass provides superior protection to its contents. This high-quality packaging offers optimal protection from light degradation, hence preserving the freshness of the delicate contents which make up the Radiance Series.
Miron Violet Glass is 100% recyclable!
Miron Glass Functionality
The sun emits visible and invisible light parts. The visible spectrum becomes discernible to our eyes when white light is channeled through a glass prism. At the same time though, the light also contains a part which is invisible to our eyes and lies in the radius of electromagnetic wavelengths of infra-red and UV-A.
There is a large spectrum of packaging materials available nowadays, of which many are permeable to visible light. The following graphics show to which degree light can penetrate the different materials:
Miron Violet glass blocks the complete spectrum of visible light with the exception of the violet part.
At the same time it allows a certain part to be permeable for radiation in the spectral range of UV-A, and infrared light. This unique combination offers optimal protection against the ageing processes that are released by visible light, thus lengthening durability and potency of products.
In order to substantiate these advantages, Miron Violet Glass AG has conducted a series of tests themselves and in cooperation with scientific institutions.
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