Silver, whose healing and protective properties were understood in the Black Plague epidemic that spread in Europe in the 14th century; In fact, it was used by the ancient Greeks and Romans to preserve their food, with the discovery of its antibacterial properties.
It is known that in the Middle Ages, aristocrats and statesmen used silver dinnerware to protect against plague and poisoning.
The idea that a precious element such as silver will prevent the development of the pharmaceutical industry coincides with the years of World War II. Thanks to the pharmaceutical industry, which allows synthetic drugs instead of the use of silver, the effects of silver have sunk into oblivion.
Yet silver; It is the only element in nature that can destroy the DNA of 450 species of bacteria.
Nano silver particles (atomic size) cause DNA damage by inactivating the bacteria’s proteins such as respiratory enzymes, even in resistant bacteria. Microorganisms whose DNA is damaged can be easily destroyed by the immune system.
Nano silver is an antibacterial element that provides an easy and fast effect on pathogenic microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses that threaten human health. Today, it has been used in areas such as the health sector, textile, cosmetics and food industry.
Pure silver threads in Silver Pro Mask; It can destroy viruses and bacteria by disrupting their DNA as soon as they come to the surface. Thanks to the antitoxic properties of silver, the remnants of viruses and bacteria cannot adhere to the surface.
Silver Pro Mask cotton-like polyester fiber fabric provides over 90% protection from viruses and bacteria with its dense weaving and waterproof feature in order to support the effect of pure silver threads.
How Does Silver Work?
Silver is an “antimicrobial” substance documented to kill different microorganisms (bacteria, fungi and viruses) Silver ions bind to “Membrane” proteins in bacterial cell membranes, which are responsible for the transport of substances in and out of the cell. Thus, it blocks cell division by being transported into the cell and binding to nucleic acids. In addition, silver ions inhibit the respiratory system, which is responsible for energy production in bacteria, destroying the energy production of the cell and causing the death of the cell.