Glass packaging has proven to be the most optimal receptacle for cosmetics. The technology dates back to the time of the ancient Egyptians who used to store their balms and elixirs in similar glass.
Biophotonic technology protects the concentrated and active formulations by filtering out harmful rays of light. Only the violet light wavelength is able to penetrate the glass. This enhances product viability by activating and energising the molecules stored within to resonate at a similar frequency to the human nervous system.
Sounds like hanky panky? This microbiological test with cherry tomatoes demonstrates that violet glass can maintain and preserve sealed contents over an extended period of time. One cherry tomato was stored in an ordinary clear glass jar while the other was stored in violet glass. They were kept at room temperature where sunlight could penetrate the jars. This is the photographic result after 7 months which shows no discolouration or degradation. Violet glass is also environmentally friendly and is reusable and recyclable.