top of page
Terahertz background.jpg

Through our labs' leading-edge research & development, we have produced a ceramic-alloy using our proprietary nanotechnology, which emits a unique field – Unitatem PRIMIS™️. This field is a naturally occurring wave frequency in the spectrum of Far-Infrared and Terahertz and is emitted through the layer of nanopores on the coating of the ceramic-alloy .

The Unitatem PRIMIS™ was validated by an independent third party who tested it in a Scratch Wound Assay separately as an Energized Media and Static Field and has shown to increase wound closure, promote wound healing, and anti-inflammation properties.

The ceramic-alloy is a durable material that can integrate into the design of health wellness wearables. It provides relief from inflammation, aches & pains, and improved blood circulation, all while boosting strength & flexibility.

The nano-pores on the surface of the ceramic-alloy provide benefits such as exfoliation and skin renewal when integrated into skin beauty applicators.

Terahertz background 2.jpeg

Benefits of Terahertz

Unlike X-rays, terahertz waves do not have any ionizing effects. They are biologically innocuous and do not have the same harmful effects on human tissue and DNA.


Terahertz waves can resonate with human cells to activate the body cells, and this frequency helps activate the body's natural repair mechanisms. It also has the effect of promoting blood flow, eliminating muscle stiffness and swelling.

Benefits of Far-Infrared (FIR)

In contrast to ultraviolet light, which can damage the skin, far-infrared rays enhance cell regeneration. The key characteristic of far-infrared rays is their ability to penetrate even the deep layers of the skin, providing better pain relief. Also, it is safe, natural, non-invasive, and painless.


Far-infrared rays increase the production of nitric oxide, which is essential in improving blood circulation and brings oxygen and nutrients to injured tissues. This process speeds up wound healing while stimulating the regeneration of injured tissues, reducing inflammation and pain.

bottom of page